NBC Universal's NBC Olympics unit has linked up with Chinese media conglom Xinhua Finance Media to produce animated skein "Ring Force Five" ahead of next year's Beijing Games.
Take Two Interactive is spending up to $2.75 million to make the headaches from an unlockable sex scene in "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas" go away.
Warner Bros., Paramount and DreamWorks are teaming to battle piracy in China, the world's largest market for illegal DVDs.
Based on its box art, gamers might initially think that "Zach and Wiki" is another crazy Japanese game based on a succesful anime series, or perhaps something licensed from a Nickelodeon cartoon…
"Guitar Hero III" is rocking out to boffo sales. Activision revealed on Monday that the latest installment in its popular music videogame franchise grossed over $100 million in its first seven days…
Deftly bringing an accomplished World War II franchise into the 21st century, "Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare" splices the panic and pandemonium of anarchic firefights with the sophistication and…
"Dementium: the Ward" is merely a competent horror game, but because it brings intensity and scares to Nintendo's ultra-popular handheld console for the first time, it should enjoy outsize interest…
When Ed Burns' "Purple Violets" appears on the virtual shelves of the iTunes Store later this month, it will mark the first direct-to-digital release of a movie on Apple's online marketplace.
"TimeShift" is tardy. It changed publishers in 2006, at which point it was delayed while the developers took a year to rebuild it. This sort of shuffle doesn't typically bode well for a game, but in…
Jennifer Lopez starrer "Bordertown," produced through her Nuyorican shingle, looks set to go straight to DVD.