Rock the Vote and Ubisoft teamed up to create the Art of the Assassin gallery using the soon to be released title, Assassin’s Creed III, as inspiration for artists all around the world to create unique artistic visions of the upcoming game.
For the first time ever in Los Angeles, Continuum Entertainment Group (CEG), proudly produced the first day of HAWKEN® (Game) HAVEN on Tuesday, June 5th. The three-day inaugural event extravaganza took place at the Luxe Hotel during the 2012 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3)
Qualcomm, through its Snapdragon Gaming World Record Challenge, invited gaming contestants, media and special guests to the Lexington Social House in the heart of Hollywood last night for an exciting evening
As retailers prepare for what is traditionally the busiest shopping day of the year, Sony Computer Entertainment America announced that PlayStation(R)2 is poised to top everyone's holiday wish lists this year according to recent consumer surveys.
To usher in the beginning of the Christmas game buying season, two expansion packs to very popular games have been released. What's an expansion pack, and why would anyone want to buy one? Read more inside...
I am a casual game player. My standard: Did I have fun? Did my heart race as I tried (mostly in vain) to fulfill the mission? Would I play this game over and over again to the chagrin of my friends and family?
The new Zenses games are a refreshing change in the design of casual video games. Instead of juvenile or aggressive sounds and images, the Zenses game packs offer soothing music and lovely graphics that make playing as an adult more pleasant
Call of Duty 5: World at War is the 5th game in the venerated series of "real war" shooters. Treyarch decided to take a step back in time, back to W.W.II and doing so, abandoned the momentum of the previous COD release
Brain Quest on the Nintendo DS for grades 3 & 4 is designed for elementary school kids age 8 - 10 to make learning more game than chore. In Brain Quest, EA Games has applied what video game makers have learned to do better than most educators
Korg has released an honest-to-god functioning synth for the Nintendo DS that straddles the divide between game and pro app, though by doing so suffers from the typical sort of limitations found in other pro-sumer electronics