Entries in 'gaming' (210)
Cornwall-based video games café Loading wants to open new bars in London.
Video games has become the second fastest growing TV advertising market in the UK, behind office equipment.
There’s a new console hoping to muscle its way under your TV – Alienware’s X51 gaming PC.
Today’s copy of UK newspaper The Independent carries word of new research that suggests an addiction to the internet and online gaming could actually alter the brain.
A brand new gaming tablet revealed this week at E3 looks to marry the ideal of traditional hardcore gaming and the convenience of a tablet PC.
Cloud gaming company Gaikai is now providing its demo service to Ubisoft and Best Buy following deals with YouTube, EA and more.
A branded mouse, headset and mats have hit shelves well ahead of the release of Blizzard’s PC RPG Diablo III.
Generation Media takes a look at why more games TV advertisements are longer than ever, with a year-on-year comparison.
OnLive appears eager to end its direct competition with the established home consoles, with one of the company’s executives openly encouraging Sony and Microsoft to incorporate the cloud game tech.
We reveal what TV viewers liked most about some of this season’s biggest games advertisements, including those for Skyrim, FIFA 12 and Modern Warfare 3.
Watch out OnLive and Gaikai – a new rival says it can be the dominant force in cloud gaming.
Cloud technologies could have an important role to play in the future of Xbox, an executive at Microsoft has said.
The biggest 20 games operators on Facebook are combating a steady drop in daily user retention, an analyst group has said.
John Carmack, the boss of acclaimed developer id and the leading force behind recent release Rage, has spoken frankly about the commercial viability of the modern PC games market.
The High Street could make in excess of £120m this year from the booming online game headset market.
A report has claimed that Microsoft is preparing a universal, cross-platform Xbox gaming platform similar in design to OnLive for launch in 2012.
There are several moments that can rightly be called ‘pivotal’ throughout the history of gaming. The Magnavox Odyssey. Space Invaders. The NES. Game Boy. Sony’s PlayStation. Xbox Live.
The Battlefield 3 Worldwide Conquest Tournament helps EA compete with Call of Duty Elite, Activision’s social service which also includes a competitive gaming element with prizes up for grabs, according ...
Social gaming is directly contributing to the global decline in console software sales, new data suggests, with masses of people playing and spending less on core systems in favour of ...
The mobile gaming network’s CEO and co-founder Jason Citron has resigned after the company was sold to Gree earlier this year.
Gaming news and reviews website Electronic Theatre has relaunched after reaching a new monthly user milestone.
As of today Sony has gathered its numerous online services under a new, single brand – Sony Entertainment Network.
The man responsible for getting more games on Facebook wants it to start hosting core crowd pleasers like shooters and footy sims.
It’s never had the credit it deserved for its success, but Sony has nonetheless decided to revisit its PlayStation Home concept with a brand new redesign.