"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.
Rockstar's latest and arguably most controversial game turns out to be its weakest. The Take Two-owned publishing label has a history of games that draw media debate and politicians' ire, most…
Lotus, a Tokyo-based sales, production and rights management outfit, has launched what it claims is the first business-to-business international portal specializing in Japanese toon, comic and game…
Bungled TV licenses are as predictable as a new "Madden NFL" every year, so when Activision announced it was adapting ABC's hit reality show "Dancing With the Stars," bloggers mocked, fans tittered…
Blockbuster's losses widened in the third quarter, and along with the poor results released Thursday, the company disclosed a cost-cutting initiative that has included 400 layoffs and will save it…
The Rev. Jesse Jackson -- the headliner among witnesses skedded to testify at a Federal Communications Commission hearing today on media consolidation -- charged the nation's top media regulator with…
As DVD grew into a consumer phenomenon during the early part of the decade, an entire creative industry dedicated to making bonus disc content burgeoned right along with it.