Australian retail giant Target said Thursday it would stop selling blockbuster video game “Grand Theft Auto V” over concerns that it encourages violence against women
Four members of an international hacking ring were charged with cracking the defenses of the US Army network as well as of blockbuster war video games
The classic videogame Tetris, in which players slot a cascade of tumbling blocks together, is being turned into a science-fiction movie, the project’s developers said Tuesday
Breathe a sigh of relief Xbox fans, the local launch is still on track
Are you disappointed with your significant other?
Bungie’s Destiny landed in the record books on Wednesday, boasting the biggest ever launch of a new franchise
Robin Williams fans are asking Nintendo to name a character in the next instalment of its popular “Legend of Zelda” series
It seems taking control of an island paradise by force is only allowed in real life
Need a pick-me-up? A “video game violence” study always puts a smile on my face
The Wii U is costing Nintendo more to sell than it makes offloading them.
Fans dressed as Transformers, Iron Man, and Jedi knights were among thousands at the first day of Hong Kong’s comic and games expo
A team of Japanese animators and engineers want to bring a 18-metre tall Gundam to life
Sony are winning the console wars for the first time in nearly a decade, offering a rare bright spot on the firm’s otherwise troubled balance sheet.
Sony has dethroned Nintendo as the top international console seller
Struggling electronics giant Sony will not pay bonuses to senior executives for the third straight year, the Japanese company said Tuesday, as it braces for another disastrous earnings showing.
They train hard, and play even harder
Norwegian mass murderer Anders Breivik is demanding an upgrade to a PS3 to ease his tortuous prison conditions
The debut of The Lego Movie, studded with dozens of star voices, dominated the US box office
Nintendo’s nine-month profit dived 30 percent on slumping demand for the Wii U – the board will all take pay cuts
Google on Tuesday began letting Lego lovers build with virtual color blocks in its Chrome web browser and then give creations homes in online maps of the real world.