Summer retail video game industry sales are off to a depressing start, dropping 10 points over the same period last year.
Nintendo releases 3DS version of Netflix video streaming app, but you're limited to Netflix's 2D-only catalogue for now.
Analyst says EA purchase of casual games giant PopCap one of company's few viable options, but price tag was steep.
EA's video game tie-in to the final Potter flick may be worst of the lot, say reviewers.
Battlefield 3 publisher apparently spurns world's largest gaming-focused digital distribution platform.
Soul Calibur IV games publisher goes after The Witcher 2 developer over right to publish Xbox 360 version of critically acclaimed fantasy roleplaying game.
2K Games and Firaxis launch Civilization World on Facebook, but at first blush, it doesn't feel ready for prime time.
The 'PS4 in 2012' rumor may be ridiculous, but whispers of a revamped PlayStation Network may be slightly less so.
Canadian astronaut says space-based Internet roughly corresponds to dial-up speeds.
Microsoft may be plotting to overhaul Xbox LIVE with micro-transactions, free-to-play game support.
Sony partners with Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling to fashion an interactive online site with games and exclusive audio and e-books.
Microsoft says it plans to roll out interactive in-game Kinect ads soon, but are we ready?
UK police arrest a 19-year-old man on suspicion of violating computer use laws and for possibly being a member of LulzSec, the group behind numerous recent international hack attacks.
After Sega hack, mystery of 'whodunit' remains as notorious hack group LulzSec offers to take revenge.
Consulting firm claims Wii U third-party games weren't shown at E3 2011 because the hardware wasn't up to snuff.