With E3 just closing a few days ago, Microsoft is already pushing a new console update.
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.
Microsoft's official Xbox 360 media briefing was a sandwich of games, entertainment, and games. Just like last year.
The next entry in the franchise that made Xbox a household name will be launching on November 6.
It seems like Battlefield 3 may soon encourage players to pay monthly fees to play the game online.
Amazon and Microsoft have rolled out a new Instant Video app for Xbox LIVE Gold subscribers that offers customers easy access to movies and TV episodes on their Xbox 360 console.
Here's what the organizer of E3 has to say about next month's event.
Get ready to wield magical powers when you become the controller in a newly announced Harry Potter game.
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?
Epic Games has been hard at work creating the next evolution in its always-popular Unreal Engine platform.
Disney is giving a new look at the sequel to Epic Mickey.
Good news for Halo fans - some juicy new details about the next installment have just been announced.
Netflix is going back to its roots and tweaking the browser-based video stream platform that started it all.
There will not be a new engine for Call of Duty: Black Ops II, but developer Treyarch says that's because it doesn't need one.
After a lot of hype and numerous teases from publisher Rockstar, Max Payne 3 is now available in stores nationwide.
Microsoft has announced that the Xbox 360 version of indie game hit Minecraft has been sold more than a million times.