The latest news on video games
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Nintendo is switching on a television service that transforms the tablet-like controller for its new Wii U game console into a remote that changes the channel on your TV and puts programs from the Internet just a few finger taps away.
The Newtown shooting has revived the debate on what role violent entertainment plays in real-world violence.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The punishment of Navy SEALs who worked on the video game "Medal of Honor: Warfighter" is the latest in a series of misfires for the interactive medium's popular military shooter genre, which continues to face scrutiny as high-definition graphics become more lifelike and gamemakers attempt to create the most authentic experiences possible.
Experts say similarities in thinking make pairing the two fields a natural.
You can save money when purchasing a console and the games to go with it.
A forthcoming video game dramatizes the quest of job-seeking.
From simulating cities to recreating Civil War era characters, games are becoming classroom fixtures.
Hackers ask the U.S. Copyright Office for the right to modify powerful video game consoles.
Study finds spouses fight over the habit, but couples who game together, stay together.