After acquiring smartphone developer id8 Group R2 Studios, Microsoft has tapped its head, Blake Kikorian, to serve as corporate vice president for the company's Interactive Entertainment wing.
In the wake of the Newtown, CT tragedy, Massachusetts officials have decided that motorist rest areas in the state shall no longer feature violent video games as an entertainment option.
To celebrate the imminent release of Borderlands 2's next DLC pack, Gearbox Software is hosting a massive in-game event for the next four days.
Activision and developer Terminal Reality hope to strike it big with a first-person shooter based on Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead scheduled to debut on March 26.
Dan Trachtenberg, creator of the excellent Portal: No Escape fan film, has been tapped by New Line Cinema to direct the studio's upcoming adaptation of Y: The Last Man.
Haven't heard of Skulls of the Shogun? You're about to. Indie developer 17-BIT just announced that the game will be appearing on the Xbox 360 and Windows platforms before the end of the month.
Dead Island Riptide developer Deep Silver asked fans to vote on the contents of a special edition of the game. Now the firm has opted to reveal what the general public selected.
Sony Online Entertainment creative director Matt Higby has exposed January's Planetside 2 patch while also offering an ongoing commitment to continuously improve the firm's flagship online shooter.
Vice President Joe Biden will meet with video game creators and representatives from the NRA this week to discuss media violence and America's extant gun regulations.
Developer Heavy Water hopes that a Kickstarter project might raise the necessary funds to bring newbie-friendly game development suite Axis Game Factory to market.
When Shadow of the Colossus hits movie theaters at some point in the near future it will feature a script penned by Canadian Seth Lochhead.
Revolution, the first DLC release for Call of Duty: Black Ops II, brings inventive new gameplay modes and a new gun to Activision's flagship shooter, though Xbox 360 players will be enjoying it long before anyone else.
Due to popular demand, Demon's Souls has returned with a full complement of online features, a newbie-friendly World Tendency and a cut-rate price tag.
Nintendo's latest console has its share of detractors, but Ninja Gaiden 3 director Yosuke Hayashi is not one of them.