Game designer Cyanide release five new screenshots, slaps a release date on first official A Song of Ice and Fire video game adaptation.
Warhammer 40,000 Space Marine ships to stores today, and while it won't include cooperative play, the developer says it's coming in a free update.
Sony CEO Howard Stringer talks up the PlayStation Network's recovery at the IFA electronics trade show in Berlin.
Valve calls out aggressive digital rights management solutions as 'backwards', touts service-oriented alternatives as the solution.
Developer 343 Industries rolls out animated concept art in its new Halo 4 trailer.
Razer unveils a surprisingly small and light all-aluminum 17-inch laptop decked out with high-end gaming specs.
GameStop's opening new copies of Square Enix's cyberpunk shooter and plucking out coupons to play the game on OnLive's streaming service.
Because everyone seems to love the game, and it's never too early to plan for Halloween.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution launches today for PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. The early verdict: best Deus Ex tribute act yet.
Is Sony's price cut enough to save the PlayStation 3? Does the system even need saving?
U.S. retail video game sales continue to decline, but digital sales appear to be more than compensating.
As 3DS sales disappoint, investors putting pressure on Nintendo to move into smartphone market.
If you haven’t snatched up a 3DS yet (if not, we wouldn’t blame you, given the dearth of interesting games) Nintendo’s sweetening its upcoming price drop with a ‘Flame Red’ version.
While you still can't trade used games for credit (or with others), the new Steam Trading Beta lets you traffic in special game items and Steam Gifts.
Sony London-based warehouse for games, music, and movies burns to ground in riots, deliveries 'likely' to be impacted.