Sony capped off its game-filled Electronic Entertainment Expo briefing Monday night with a bullet-riddled demonstration of “Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End,” the forthcoming action-adventure starring the charismatic treasure hunter.
Hundreds of people lined up Monday morning outside The Galen Center for Microsoft’s Xbox briefing for E3, the video game industry’s annual conference.
Gamers who woke up excited Christmas Day to play with their new PlayStations and Xboxes were sorely disappointed to find out that online service was down for the gaming consoles.
Video game developer Blizzard Entertainment celebrated the much-anticipated game Diablo III: Reaper of Souls with a downtown Los Angeles launch party.
A handicapped man in a wheelchair was shot early Tuesday morning while waiting in line for the new “Call Of Duty” video game in Koreatown.
If your brain needs a bit of a boost a new kind of video game could help sharpen your skills.
Beyond the flashing flatscreens, blaring speakers and “booth babes” at last week’s Electronic Entertainment Expo, there was no bigger showdown at the video game industry’s annual extravaganza than the one brewing between “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3″ from Activision Blizzard Inc. and “Battlefield 3″ from Electronic Arts Inc.
Sony Corp. on Tuesday took the wraps off its next generation portable gaming machine, PlayStation Vita, a touch-interface and motion-sensitive handheld that outdoes its workhorse PlayStation Portable and will go on sale before the winter holidays.
It always makes me shake my head when I hear people say that Blake Griffin is boring and that he doesn’t have any personality. Yes, he’s a bit dry and doesn’t really open up in front of the media, but don’t judge a player just by the way he speaks to some reporter.
Sales of the video game “Call of Duty: Black Ops” have topped $1 billion in less than six weeks.