Angry Birds developer Rovio has explained how it's not too concerned with fake Angry Birds products, particularly in China.
Gaming has such huge breadth nowadays that not all games -- not even the big-name ones -- appeal to everyone. Pete rounds up some recent releases you might have missed in the recent media frenzy.
Big winners include Portal 2, which picked up the Ultimate Game of the Year award, while The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was determined the "One to Watch."
Cloud gaming service OnLive is recruiting the dark forces of social media to spread the word about its service -- and if you help out, there could be cheap games in it for you.
A study of 1,001 gamers conducted by games comparison marketplace Playr2.com aimed to discover players' attitudes towards 3D-enabled consoles.
"Achievement Reward" network Kiip has partnered with Guinness World Records to get mobile gamers into the record books.
The Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab seeks a means to present lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender content in an explorative and expressive, rather than dismissive, way.
Unsurprisingly, Nintendo's latest handheld is set to receive its own special version of Tetris, featuring more game modes than ever before.
Video games alone aren't behind any elevated aggression and other negative effects; individual personalities play a significant role, researchers say.
On the world Astoldia are four continents, each with a dominant race -- and more insights may come at the Tokyo Game Show.
The iPhone version of Plants vs. Zombies received a big update Thursday, bringing with it 9 new minigames from the PC/Mac original.
Rumors are circulating regarding a possible successor to the PlayStation 3 within 18 months. Could there be any truth to them?
Is the growing use of "Season Passes" to games a smart way for gamers to save money on DLC, or an underhanded way for publishers to charge $90 for their games?
An iOS publisher is attempting to file 12 different trademarks for various "...With Friends" products. Don't tell Zynga!
The lucky few who "liked" the page will be among the first to enjoy the early version, complete with bugs and likely lost progress as the game transitions to open beta.
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