Many students are immersed in the concepts of economics, but some studies show that the internet generation may be able to better grasp the topic with help from online gaming.
KingsIsle Entertainment, maker of a popular multiplayer game for kids, is unveiling its second title, “Pirate 101,” inspired by its other game, “Wizard 101.”
Amazon announced that their trade-in program will now accept CDs. Previously, customers were only able to trade in electronics, books and games.
The mobile game “Angry Birds” has been downloaded 700 million times in about two years. Now, birds and pigs are heading into zero gravity.
GameStop, the world’s largest video game retailer, said its fourth-quarter profit dropped 27 percent, pulled down by hefty charges and lower sales.
Microsoft confirmed that there will be no new Xbox in the next year. “For us, 2012 is all about Xbox 360,” said company spokesman Frank Shaw.
Video games like “Space Invaders” used to be confined to small screens at home and in video arcades. But not anymore.
Put down the bingo cards, Grandma. A new study suggests that the popular online role-playing game “World of Warcraft” may keep aging brains sharp.
According to a new study, the more “active” video games — such as “Wii Sports” — won’t actually make a child more physically active.
“Angry Birds” is blasting into space! The popular mobile game is launching “Angry Birds Space,” the fourth installment of the series, on March 22.
We’re nearing the U.S. launch of the PlayStation Vita. Early reviews are trickling in on Sony’s new handheld game console, and so far they’re good.
Kinect for the Xbox 360 is making leap to desktop computers in February, but according to sources, it may be a built in to laptops soon.