Professional video gaming in the US continues to gain traction.
What was the main takeaway from this year's E3? That would depend on who you asked.
There might be a radical change in one of the biggest trade shows in the technology world.
Gamestop is working hard to ensure it doesn't get lost in the gaming industry's push to digital distribution.
Sony is showcasing its All Stars Battle Royale game at E3 2012 in Los Angeles, California.
There was a markedly different tone between Sony and Microsoft during yesterday's pre-E3 media events.
Sony thinks it has discovered the next step forward in books.
Bolstering an earlier rumor, there are now new reports that the PS3 will soon offer nearly all PS1 and PS2 games.
It seems like Battlefield 3 may soon encourage players to pay monthly fees to play the game online.
Would you pay for ebooks if you could read them on your TV from your PS3?
If you don't work in video game journalism, you can still go to the Sony pre-E3 press conference.
Here's what the organizer of E3 has to say about next month's event.
Sony has scheduled maintenance for its online network today.
2K Games's re-imagining of a classic 1994 video game as due out in stores in October.
For the most part, gamer fanboys don't have much to get excited about when it comes to court documents about third-party company partnerships.
Remember the good old days when an action-packed alien flick actually meant something?
Playing a game on launch day could soon be as easy as turning on your TV.
The ambitious game Dust 514 is seeking new people to sign up for its online beta.
Epic Games has been hard at work creating the next evolution in its always-popular Unreal Engine platform.