The NCAA has reached a $20 million settlement with current and former college athletes that had their likenesses used in college-themed basketball and football video games produced by Electronic Arts.
The Center for BrainHealth at the University of Texas at Dallas is using a video game to help people overcome bullying.
Some people think of it as the mother of all video game festivals and QuakeCon is taking place right now in North Texas. Each year thousands come from around the world, with PCs in hand, to attend the event.
I want to start off by saying that NCAA 14 is an outstanding sports gaming experience, but in order to reach the playing field, you need to go through some not so simple steps to get there.
As throngs of video game fans converge on the Dallas Convention Center for a weekend tournament– you have to look hard to get a glimpse of the girls: But, they’re there.
In an area that gets a mere 3 inches of snow a year, Dallas snowplow drivers live in fear of major winter storms like the one that crippled their city almost two years ago, the week before it was to host the Super Bowl.
Three of the NBA’s bright, young stars – Kevin Durant, Blake Griffin and Derrick Rose will grace the cover of “NBA 2K13,” the latest edition in a popular video game series
EA Sports is asking fans to chose a past Heisman Trophy winner to share the “NCAA Football 13″ cover spot with Baylor’s Robert Griffin III.
The popular video game maker Electronic Arts Inc announced on Monday that RG3 will be featured on the cover of EA Sports NCAA Football 13.
The State of California wanted to monitor what games kids play as well. Lawmakers there passed a law banning the sale of violent games to minors. On Monday the Supreme Court overturned it, and some parents are okay with that.
They teach you how to shoot and how to kill, but there’s new evidence that violent video games may actually reduce violent behavior.
How often have you handed over your iPod touch, iPhone or other smart phone to your kids to play a game?