Social game network OpenFeint, used by many iOS games, is trying a Groupon-style group discount system.
The OnLive game service announced a new $10 flat rate pricing plan that allows people to play all of the more than 40 games offered in the plan, as much as they want, for $10 a month.
To celebrate the worldwide launch of World of Warcraft's third expansion, Blizzard has announced several "official" launch events.
Leave it to Valve to make us laugh even as they're breaking my heart with a Portal 2 delay announcement.
Sony Online Entertainment's Free Realms gets a little bit freer with a Mac port coming out "later this fall."
Developer Mobile 1UP has been served with a cease-and-desist letter over its plans to produce an iPhone version of Lemmings
According to a report in the Times of London, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has told his senior executives that Apple is the gaming company's new rival, thanks to its iPhone and iPod touch.
As part of the Bejeweled 10th Anniversary celebration set, PopCap announced a new contest today that could net winners a custom engraved iPad or a notebook.
The United States Supreme Court will hear its first ever video game-related case in its upcoming term this year.
If you like looking at pictures of Final Fantasy, Square Enix has released its Final Fantasy XIII Larger-than-Life Gallery of screen shots from the game.
Around 19 percent of companies building iPhone applications initially came from traditional video games, according to an analysis of iPhone developer origins.
Hudson's nifty turn-based strategy game, Military Madness, enjoyed a revival on Xbox Live last year with Nectaris. Now it's spreading the love to iPhones with Military Madness: Neo Nectaris.