Videogame publishers rolled out the red carpet to fete their tentpole titles this week during E3.
As the three major videogame consoles compete for gamers, is Sony dangled its latest carrot in the form of PlayStation Plus.
Nintendo fortified its position in the family videogame market Tuesday, showing off the launch version of the Wii U, out this holiday.
Among the plethora of initiatives that aim to make the Xbox console a center of home entertainment, Microsoft unveiled its new Xbox Music service at E3 on Monday.
In the first 15 minutes of its annual pre-E3 press conference, Ubisoft had a surprise performance by Flo Rida, dancing girls and in-game footage of a topless woman being fondled.
In between touting upcoming high-profile release like "Halo 4" and "Call of Duty: Black Ops II," Microsoft had Hollywood's transmedia producers revved up Monday as it introduced its SmartGlass…
The launch of a new franchise is rare for the videogame industry, with publishers just as focused on sequels and reboots as Hollywood's studios are.
When your network is focused on the world of videogames, this week's E3 confab "is the Super Bowl."
The videogame industry is in the midst of an evolution, which is having a massive effect on the people playing games.
Los Angeles-based Outfest and New York-based NewFest have formed a partnership with the intent of merging into a national arts organization showcasing lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender film.
Outfest will honor director, producer and choreographer Adam Shankman and Lifetime Networks at the institution's annual Legacy Awards.