Don't-Miss Game Stories
World of Warcraft: Cataclysm turned out to be cataclysmic in more than just an in-game sense of the word. Are Pandas going to get the game back on track? Blizzard seems to think so. Furries rejoice!
The return of Belgian amnesiac secret agent XIII looks markedly different from its shooter predecessor.
Retro enthusiasts will have another means to play their favorite 8-bit computer titles in late October thanks to the Elite Collection iOS apps.
Apple introduced Game Center to the iOS platform about a year ago, and while 67 million people have signed up for the service, it hasn't always been as useful as it could be. iOS 5 looks to change that by making it easier to find both friends and games via Game Center.
Gamemaker Firemint says it will update its Real Racing 2 line of games to take advantage of the massive processing power of the new iPhone 4S, and to add a new AirPlay-enabled "Party Play" feature that lets multiple iOS players compete against each other on a single high-definition television.
Three weeks after it announced the 'Qwikster' spin-off of its DVD rental service, Netflix on Monday reversed course, saying that it would keep its DVD and streaming video services under one roof.
Hot on the heels of the announcement of the iPhone 4S comes word that one of the platform's most popular games is getting a sequel.
Psystar is determined to drag its court case all the way to the top before failing; the Apple TV may be about to kick off its continental tour; and we bid a fond adieu to a bygone era of gaming.
Danish toy company Lego is pushing its toys into the mobile age with the Life of George iPhone app, which combines a digital and physical gaming experience.
The maker of Fruit Ninja has big hopes for China, and aims for the hit game to reach an additional 70 million downloads in the country over the next six months.
Blizzard has announced that the expected launch window for Diablo III is now early 2012, following an extended beta test.
Eric Chahi's brutally difficult and immensely stylish cinematic platformer from 1991 has just hit the App Store for iOS devices.
A new update to iSwifter allows users of Google+ to play the service's Flash-based games on their iPads.