Don't-Miss Game Stories
These games will drive you to the brink of madness—but you won't be able to quit, no matter how painful they may be.
Girl Scouts can now earn a patch for video game design.
Thank God for hoarders. An $8 purchase of a 1987 NES game may be worth $15k on eBay.
'E.T.' is the most reviled game in history, but a group of dedicated fans hacked its ROM, and turned the title around.
With EA planning to retire three Facebook games this June, gamers should be wary about getting attached to anything that's online-only.
A poker software developer plans to implement a fix this week for a vulnerability recently discovered by two security researchers who analyzed one of its gambling applications.
The U.K. Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has launched an investigation into free children's game apps to explore whether these games are misleading, commercially aggressive or otherwise unfair.
A review of poker applications shows that many suffer security flaws, putting players at risk of attack, according to a Malta-based security company.
Ubisoft Entertainment said Wednesday it took its Uplay download service offline until it fixes an issue that reportedly allowed hackers to download games, including one yet to be released.
Game developers come and go, but their legacies live on in some of the most influential PC games ever created.
Walt Disney has shut down in-house development at LucasArts, the gaming arm of Lucasfilm, less than a year after buying its parent company.
Sales of PC games his $20 billion in 2012 and aren't expected to let up anytime soon.
New rendering extensions are designed for the graphics core in Intel's next-generation CPU, code-named Haswell.
Unity Technologies opens a beta program for Windows Phone 8 apps and invites experienced developers to start testing.