Don't-Miss Game Stories
Steam library full of unwanted spare copies of games and TF2 hats? Now you can trade them with other people.
Google's new social network, Google+, took a big step forward Thursday by adding games to its site.
Is Apple concocting an iPhone & iCloud sandwich? Rumors say "delicious." Meanwhile, Apple Stores across the UK are clearing out their show floors as a precaution, and Nintendo's investors are asking it why it can't be more friendly with that nice Apple boy down the street.
EA is reportedly bringing two of its biggest franchises to iOS devices later this year -- with one of them being a long-standing request.
GameFly plans to roll out a digital client that will give Mac and PC users access to any of its library of 1500-plus digitally-downloadable titles on a virtual rental basis.
Japanese developer Cave -- famous among shoot 'em up fans for its emphasis on shooter games -- plans to bring a town-building simulator to the iOS platform.
Blizzard's VP of online technologies has expressed his surprise at negative fan reactions to the news Diablo III would require a persistent Internet connection.
It's been a long time coming and has seen several delays, but Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions is finally available for iPhone and iPod touch.
Blizzard still hasn't given a specific date, but indications seem to be that the beta test for Diablo III will be starting quite soon.
Esteemed board game Puerto Rico is now available for the iPad, featuring online and local multiplayer support and more.
This Pac-Man themed Twitter client for the iPhone also includes Galaga skins for Twitter users with a nostalgia for '80s arcade games.
Zynga is bringing the popular iOS and Android word game to Facebook.
Jason Snell's last report from San Diego Comic-Con points to a surprising new trend: iOS games are the latest source for inspiration for the comics market.
Formula 1 fans with iPhones and iPod touches, worry no more: the officially-licensed game is here, featuring quick-play friendly game modes.
Game maker Freeverse announced this week that it would not be updating many of its Mac titles to add support for OS X Lion.