2K Games has inked a lucrative licensing agreement with Playboy to display more than 50 vintage magazine covers and Centerfolds in Mafia II.
AMD announced this morning that it is providing game developers with free access to Digital Molecular Matter (DMM), a physics simulator created by AMD partner Pixelux. The move is part of a new initiative in the game development community called "Open Physics."
Ubisoft has apologised to gamers for the fact that its servers went down over the weekend, saying it was attacked by a hacker.
Microsoft has updated its rather extensive Xbox Live "Code of Conduct" to allow the inclusion of race, nationality, religion and sexual orientation in Gamertags and profiles.
Robotic movements, pre-programmed emotions, and extra points for avoiding sabotage - and that's just the TV show. Imagine what will happen will all of this makes its way over the video game land. Luckily for all of us, Warner Bros is making that happen.
The creators of the Call of Duty (CoD) franchise have sued Activision over an unceremonious breach of contract and wrongful termination.
Electronic Arts, one of the biggest video game publishers in the world, recently reconfirmed its bullish stance on the Wii and hinted that it is particularly pleased with the success of its "EA Sports Active" franchise.
Atari has confirmed that its long-awaited Test Drive Unlimited 2 will be a Massively Open Online Racing (MOOR) game.
After the president and co-founder of Call of Duty's development studio were fired yesterday, Activision has created a new business unit to handle the hotly successful first-person shooter franchise.
Ignition Entertainment and Zombie Studios have designed a near-future FPS that is expected to offer "AAA-quality" military action in a downloadable package.
Crytek has confirmed that it will be showcasing its next-generation CryENGINE in stereoscopic 3D (S-3D) at GDC 2010.
Word is that Steve Jobs has hired a writer to do his biography.
Typically, this is something someone does towards the end of their life and can take one of several forms.
A few weeks back we told TG readers about a new Japanese game that was getting gamers all hot under the collar called Dead or Alive: Paradise, which didn’t seem to have much of a plot apart from some breast wobbling and girl to girl flirtation.
A red-faced Sony has confirmed that its Playstation 3 consoles are now recovered from an internal clock glitch.
Yet another hysterical survey has tipped up in a supposedly prominent psychology magazine, the Psychological Bulletin, claiming yet again that playing violent video games leads to violent thoughts and doesn’t promote “positive social behaviors.”
Porsche has introduced a low-emission hybrid "concept" sports car that is capable of accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in just under 3.2 seconds.
Sony has asked PS3 owners to keep their consoles off until an enigmatic bug plaguing the system's clock functionality is fixed.
A proud Steve Jobs finally debuted his long-awaited Apple iTrash device on a recent episode of Saturday Night Live.
Twitter is believed to be planning a new advertising system similar to Google's AdWords.
The writing may be on the wall for newspapers - or on the screen, at least. A new report from the Pew Internet and American Life project says that online news has taken over from print as the third most popular way for Americans to get their news.