Five years ago, the relationship between the videogame world and major studios was pretty straightforward. Hollywood made movies -- and game companies licensed those films to create games.
Stereoscopic 3D gaming hasn't really caught on, but it has certainly captured its share of headlines.
A suspenseful mystery-thriller, set in the same style as "Lost."
"FarmVille" seems an unlikely competitor to games like "Grand Theft Auto" and "Modern Warfare 2," but start counting the number of regular players, and the unassuming Facebook game might surprise you.
Decision raising concern within the videogame industry
The Vatican? Yeah, there's an app for that.
On the hardware side, the vidgame industry is embracing 3D at a rapid clip. Sony plans to make the PlayStation 3 3D-capable later this year, and Nintendo will introduce a 3D handheld system in June.
While a lot of gaming companies are just starting to focus on stereoscopic 3D, nVidia has been exploring the technology for some time.
Thesp James Caan thinks the film business needs a "kick in the butt," so he's lending his name and expertise to a website that's got $1 million in funding to find the next great indie filmmaker.
West and Zampella set up shop at EA.
Sci-fi sounding stuff is getting a toehold in everyday life.