Capcom has registered a trademark for a video game called Remember Me.
Capcom has announced action shooter Ex Troopers.
Merely weeks after HMV confirmed it was cutting store space dedicated to gaming, the company has changed its mind.
Treyarch may be in hot water over its Call of Duty: Black Ops II setting.
As GAME continues to move forward after recent troubles, five senior team members will be leaving the company in a management restructure.
Ubisoft is planning on transforming its Toronto office into a studio giant, according to the publisher.
The fallout from Nintendo's projected earnings - 82% lower than expected - continues, as Nintendo is tightening its belt as the company has started to cut overhead, starting with Nintendo CEO Saturo Iwata.
Things are looking truly bleak for Nintendo, as the company has revised its forecast earnings for the fiscal year ending March 2012 by 82% less. Part of this is due to the fact that the Nintendo 3DS has struggled since its launch. As a result, Nintendo has announced a severe price cut of $80 to $169.99, down from $249.99. The price cut will be implemented on August 12, 2011.
The class action suit filed against Electronic Arts for its monopoly on the NFL, NCAA football and Arena League licenses for electronic entertainment – including the Madden series – is now underway, as the above email has been sent to gamers, who want to register as a plaintiff in the case.
To the chagrin of NFL football fans everywhere, EA Sports has extended their exclusive licensing agreement with the NFL til 2013 with the long-running Madden NFL series.
Satoru Iwata, NIntendo's boss, reacted to questions on Sony’s new handheld console, the NGP.
In an interview with Eurogamer, Sony Europe CEO Andrew House sung praises of 3D - provided it was in the home centered around the teleivision. As a shared experience.
Activision has announced in a press release that they’re so pleased with second party developer Beenox’s work on Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions that they’re going to have them develop more Spider-Man titles for them.
The North American release date for Pokemon Black & White has been revealed as March 6, 2011. The game has been out now for several months in Japan, and will have 3D capability for when the Nintendo 3DS is released in March.
Sega announced today that they will be producing a multi-format tie-in to co-inside with the release of the second Iron Man movie.
The project has already started at Sega Studios San Francisco (previously known as Secret Level), who also worked on the original critically slated game that was inspired by the first film.
The Guardian published part of an interview with Peter Moore, the former head of Sega of America, and current President of EA Sports. The interview details how Moore eventually landed at Sega and talks a great deal about his involvement with the Sega Dreamcast. Of the launch period Moore said "Dreamcast was a phenomenal 18 months of pain, heartache, euphoria" and of the first Christmas selling season for Dreamcast "We ended up that Christmas period not being able to get to where we needed to be - we weren't far short, we just couldn't get that critical mass..."
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Or specifically, that 72% played a game. Played a game? Well now, that means 72% of people are just so lucky, aren't they?
No, really, we know that it's anyone who's had an internet connection has played an internet game, whether they know it or not. Then again, if 72% know it, that means over 200 million Americans admit to having played some videogame in one way or another.