The videogame industry is at a crossroads of whether to reinvent itself or continue hyping what's working.
Guy-centric cabler G4 has sealed a new deal keeping it the official TV partner for the E3 Expo.
Five years ago, videogame publishers decided they were spending entirely too much time and money on their annual trade shows and dramatically scaled back the events -- with fewer attendees and none…
While some video game publishers are shying away from licensing deals, THQ is stepping up. The company has signed a multiyear deal with Dreamworks Animation to make games based on upcoming films.
Avi Arad wants to bring Pac-Man back to television -- and he wants to do it in 3D.
Sony will jump into the motion sensing game this September.
While there has been a lot of talk about the future of 3D in gaming, Nintendo on Tuesday made the clearest statement yet that the technology is about to become a major factor.
If you thought Microsoft's multi-million dollar Cirque du Soleil backed introduction of Kinect, its gesture-recognition controller, was extravagant, you ain't seen nothing yet.
Richard Branson has a history of turning industries on their ear. And now he has his eyes set on the video game world.
Ten years ago, Microsoft was ridiculed for trying to compete with Nintendo and Sony and become a player in the videogames biz with the launch of Xbox.