With the next PlayStation reportedly on the way, let’s look at some of the things I suspect we’d all agree Sony needs to do better this time around.
In its 19th year, the Madden Bowl gives actual football players tiny controllers and lets them compete three days before Super Bowl Sunday.
Imagine: Your ultra-chic future iPhone isn’t just a sometime mobile game machine, it’s also a wireless vehicle for hardcore gaming on your big screen television.
The Wii U sales aren’t performing as well as Nintendo predicted, but what does that mean, really?
When the Pentagon announced this week that the U.S. military will allow women to fight on the front lines within a few years, I was taken aback – but not because I have any problem with the policy change.
Nintendo ran damage control Wednesday by trotting out company president Satoru Iwata in a “Wii U Direct” video effort to soothe jittery system owners and would-be buyers still waiting for slam dunks.
On the occasion of the video game legend’s bankruptcy, a recap of its many lives.
You’d think a guy named “Guy” who goes poking around ancient booby-trapped temples might have learned by now.
As defensive as I am about video games, and my right to enjoy them like any other form of speech, I draw the line at declaring we don’t need any more knowledge.
“Disney Infinity” is an intrepid, ostensibly industry-upending venture by Walt Disney Co. to merge games and toys by capitalizing on the studio’s vast roster of beloved storybook characters.
While the popular narrative is going to be that the violent-video-game-hating NRA just licensed a self-promotional video game (and isn’t that hypocritical), the actual story is that it’s simply released an incredibly dull one.
DmC: Devil May Cry isn’t just a hip rubric rethink, it’s also a beat-em-up that doesn’t work quite right out of the box. But first let me explain what’s in that box.