Howard Stringer has come out of hiding to offer a formal apology for the PSN disaster.
The plaintiff claims Sony breached her privacy, and is suing the company and all its subsidiaries for $1 billion Canadian dollars.
The six retro-themed pixel-tastic Bit.Trip games are coming to the Nintendo 3DS in full 3D, promising "crushing difficulty" and "rhythmic galaxies."
Glu Mobile has announced a two year transmedia partnership with bestselling author James Frey's publishing company Full Fathom Five.
From tomorrow, Xbox 360 owners will be able to make use of Hulu's video-streaming service through their console.
Prolific episodic games developer Telltale Games has announced that it's adding support for the Xbox 360 to its lineup.
The sexy puzzler Catherine is headed to North American shores. Is there a place for this type of game in today's industry?
The latest Humble Indie Bundle grossed over half a million dollars in just 48 hours, and Minecraft has made over $11 million so far. Indie gaming's here to stay.
BioShock developer Ken Levine recently described video game sex scenes as being closer to Team America than Black Swan. Is it time we grew up a bit?
It's easy to assume that the big business of the games industry stifles creativity. But every now and then something comes along to remind you all is not lost.
Makers of gaming eyeware are trying to attract a business clientele with what they call Digital Performance Eyewear.
Sims creator Will Wright's new company, The Stupid Fun Club, has been denied a pass for E3.
Wednesday's Top Story is Angry Birds' continuing quest for world domination, this time by offering a free version for Windows PCs.
It seems barely a week goes by without one format or the other being accused of "dying" -- but are consoles really choking the life out of PC gaming?