Analysis: It's fun, but it's more than entertainment -- it's an opportunity for philosophical exploration.
Nintendo is attempting to claim a patent for the curious concept of a "massively single player online game."
Nintendo titles on iOS and Android devices? It might not be such a terrible idea -- and investors certainly seem to agree.
Can't get enough Mario? Then you need a Mario game that goes on forever. Enter the newly-HTML5ified Infinite Mario.
Minecraft's creator announced in a tweet that the game has sold three million copies -- pretty impressive for a game that still isn't officially out yet.
3D graphics have, for many years now, been based on the idea of polygons--flat shapes fitted together to form objects.
Developer DICE seems unsure over whether or not Battlefield 3 will feature EA's Online Pass system, but thinks that it will "probably" be present in some form.
Ever wished your commute to work had more random battles? Enter Namco Bandai with the first in its Character Navi series.
It's almost as if they don't trust us: PC gamers planning on playing Ubisoft's upcoming Driver: San Francisco better make sure that their Internet connection is in full working order, because without it you're not going to be able to play
Namco has released an app that lets you use an iPhone 4 or iPad 2 as a virtual GunCon device when playing Time Crisis 2nd Strike.
A study draws the conclusion that women would rather play video games than bedroom ones.
Producers Lorenzo di Bonaventura and Gigi Pritzker have acquired the rights to a movie adaptation of 1978 arcade hit Space Invaders.
A study finds video games may help young people with learning difficulties master everyday tasks.
Articles by Pete Davison