John Gaudiosi

John Gaudiosi

John Gaudiosi has been covering video games for over 25 years, dating back to his work for The Washington Post while in college. Over the years, John has focused on the convergence of Hollywood and gaming for outlets like The Hollywood Reporter, Variety and Entertainment Weekly. He now covers all aspects of gaming, including the intersection of sports and games, as well as new gaming technology like virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality. And he tracks down some of the biggest names in Hollywood to discuss their latest film and television projects. John resides in North Carolina, where he's active in dog rescue.

Video game researchers weigh in on Supreme Court ruling

Two researchers who have built careers studying the effects of violence in video games support the Supreme Court’s recent ruling, but they don’t believe the debate over its role in psychology is over.

Gaming

Experienced alien slayers: Falling Skies stars talk gaming

From Call of Duty to Pac-Man, the cast of Falling Skies has experience both behind the controller and behind the scenes in video games.

Gaming

New game engine brings Hitman: Absolution to the masses

The new Glacier 2 game engine allows IO Interactive to introduce Hitman Absolution to a broader audience.

Gaming

Interview: Rockstar wants your parents to play L.A. Noire

Rockstar art director Rob Nelson reveals how LA Noire will blend the open-ended sandbox action of titles like GTA IV with the polish and depth of a Hollywood thriller.

Gaming

Interview: Cast of Thor goes virtual in Sega’s God of Thunder adaptation

Chris Hemsworth, Jaimie Alexander and Tom Hiddleston talk about what it was like to lend their voices – and likenesses – to Sega’s upcoming Thor: God of Thunder in our exclusive interview.

Gaming

David Jaffe talks about Hollywood convergence and his upcoming Twisted Metal title

The colorful lead designer of the new Twisted Metal game talks about Hollywood convergence and the game’s original vision coming full circle.

Gaming

Game developers eye iPad 2 as next-gen console

Ramped up specs and growing popularity have many game developers approaching Apple’s iPad 2 as the ideal foundation for their next big hits.

Apple