In the wake of criticism over its network hack and outage, Sony tries to avoid class-action litigation by users in future situations.
Considering that the Federation doesn't use money, it seems somewhat fitting that Star Trek Online is going towards the free-to-play model later this year.
Some tough decisions were made, but we have a new list of the top 15 iPad games, including the likes of Fruit Ninja HD, Rage HD, and Sworcery. Did your favorite make the cut?
Sony's going to be pretty busy at the Tokyo Game Show this year.
Pokemon fans can now register, get their free pack, and start challenging other players around the world.
News of the $50 price cut for the 160GB PlayStation 3 has indeed spurred a rash of impulse buyers, as Amazon's video games section is currently seeing a huge...
It's the battle of the network games, as Facebook overhauls its game offerings a day after Google launches games on its social networking site.
No hackers, but no launch of the Xbox Live's cloud service, either, as gamers deal with a brief outage of Microsoft's service.
Nintendo's 3DS line-up is finally starting to show some teeth, as Zelda 3D and Dead or Alive sky-rocket to the front of our countdown. Let's count down to Number 1.
It looks like Microsoft is going to be supporting the Xbox 360 until 2016 or so, as Xbox EMEA Vice President Chris Lewis says that the Kinect has revitalized interest in the aging console.
A posting on Google Jobs indicates that the multi-billion company is starting up a new social gaming branch.
A Bronx mother has been charged with the murder of her five-year-old son, whom she beat after he broke the television while playing Nintendo Wii.
Our man on the scene wades into the mass of humanity inside and outside the E3 show floor to bring a taste of the show's wonders.
As the fallout from the PlayStation Network data breach continues, U.S. Department of Homeland Security has now gotten involved.