Screenwriter Evan Daugherty has teamed up with Maker Studios' Polaris to release "The Four Players," a series of short films reimagining the characters from Nintendo's Super Mario Bros. franchise…
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Hiroshi Yamauchi, who ran Nintendo for more than 50 years and led the Japanese company's transition from traditional playing-card maker to videogame giant, died Sept. 19 of pneumonia at a hospital in…
With big media congloms absent from YouTube's lineup of 53 Internet pay channels, children's programming could be the sole category in the bunch that has any chance of ringing the cash register. For…
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Thatgamecompany's "Journey" will make the trek to the D.I.C.E. Awards, the videogame industry's version of the Oscars, with 11 nominations, the most for any title.
Sales of videogames and hardware declined 20% in August, publishers and console makers earning $515.6 million in the U.S. during the month.
With Hollywood in remake mode, Sergio Leone's spaghetti Western "A Fistful of Dollars" is the latest classic title to undergo a reboot. Only this time, the primary audience will be found on YouTube.
Hollywood can turn comicbooks, action figures, even theme park rides into billion dollar franchises, but has yet to prove it can do the same for vidgames.
The kickoff of football season helped the videogame biz score a touchdown as Electronic Arts' latest installment in its "Madden NFL" franchise earning 6% more than last year as the bestselling title…
DIC Entertainment, the kids animation producer expected soon to finalize an exit from parent Walt Disney Co., has named Melissa Bomes exec VP worldwide consumer products in what the Burbank-based…
Just when he was beginning to develop a more relaxed style in movies like "Hard Target" and broaden his appeal with "Timecop," Jean-Claude Van Damme takes a career step backward in "Street Fighter,"…