Nintendo has finally pegged an official release date and price for the DSi handheld in the U.S.
Amazon has removed a Japanese computer game that promotes rape from its site after a newspaper drew attention to it.
Guess what? Recession and all, NPD says video games sales increased 13 percent in January...but Sony's struggling PS3, which saw a 25 percent year-on-year drop.
A new EU report says video games are goods for kids, teaching them essential life skills and innovative thinking.
The visceral, rated-M combat-horror game F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin has shipped to retailers for the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3.
THQ's Deadly Creatures brings immersive third-person creature combat to the Wii, enabling players to control a scorpion and a tarantula as they fight for survival.
As Microsoft lays off the team behind Flight Simulator, people wonder if the game itself is about to be axed.
A new study finds that, among college students, the amount and type of video games played parallels low self-esteem and risky behavior.
One of EA's hottest franchises will need to bake for another three months before its rabid fan base can eat it up.
Electronic Arts has landed exclusive game licenses to the works of Robert Ludlum, including the Jason Bourne series of espionage thrillers.
The Top Global Markets report on video game sales grew 11 percent in 2008 across the U.S., UK, and Japanese markets...despite a tanking economy.
The age-old series will get three new titles this year, including a free racing MMORPG.
An Arizona judge has ruled that the World of Warcraft bot Glider violates the Digital Millennium Copyright Act...which could set troubling precedents.
EA has announced Boom Blox Bash Party, an expansion of its Boom Blox animated action title created in collaboration with Steven Spielberg.
Nintendo's financial figures for the nine months ending December 31 show a rise in sales, but a decline in profits.