Nintendo's portable outsells home consoles from Microsoft and Sony in the US for latest month; software sales post first gain since November 2011.
Fans can now pick up $40 tickets for two-day all-things-Blizzard event in November; purchase includes access to multi-channel HD streams.
Brad Keselowski will be featured as non-playable character in Ubisoft's upcoming open-world game, joining actress and comedian Aisha Tyler.
Andrew House says streaming device not planned for release in Western markets, at least not yet; could support PS3 and PS4 streaming.
Producer Kazunori Yamauchi says unannounced racing game will be ready in 2014 or 2015; Gran Turismo 6 about 80 percent finished.
Electronic Arts COO Peter Moore outlines what he believes will drive the industry forward, discusses company's shift to becoming an Internet company.
PlayJam's 2-inch $80 console releasing next month across the world at retailers like GameStop and Amazon.
Just-announced movies based on Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them will be spun into video games from Warner Bros.
Rock band's new song "Monster" will see worldwide debut in Chair Entertainment's new iOS game out next week.
New bundle launching October 8 for $40 includes Knife of Dunwall, Brigmore Witches, Dunwall City Trials, and Void Walker's Arsenal DLC.
Fifth expansion for aging MMO game being released this fall; Base and Premium versions available for prepurchase beginning today.
Lifeinvader's tagline is "Where your personal information becomes a marketing profile (that we can sell)."
Road to Launch tour starts in New England next week with fans able to go hands-on with next-gen console at Microsoft Stores.
Nintendo reveals latest playable character to join roster for upcoming Wii U and 3DS fighting game.
Jack Tretton says PS4 production yields have been "phenomenal" and that the company is working to ensure stock will be available at launch.
Xbox One developer buys domain name after Major Nelson says it "disrespects" employees who are working on the platform.