Take-Two Interactive is launching a promotion in which one lucky pitcher can win $1 million by throwing the first perfect game this season in Major League Baseball 2K11.
With spring training under way, it's time to brush off the cleats, dig into the batter's box, and step into another season of baseball video games. It's MLB 2K11 vs. MLB 11: The Show.
Cloud gaming service OnLive officially launches its all-you-can-play monthly subscription service.
This season the hockey world is being presented with a trio of titles, including the first-ever EA-published hockey game on the Nintendo Wii. There's a lot of puck talk to come, so hop over the boards with us as we skate through each of the games in our hockey video gaming wrap-up for 2010.
CNET breaks down what the new rulebook means for developers making applications for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad, and the people who buy them.
When the streaming video game service launches June 17, it will have titles from a wide selection of publishers, including Electronic Arts, Take-Two, Square Enix, THQ, Ubisoft, and more.
When you want to game on the road, and a DSi or iPod Touch isn't cutting it, you go this route.
Wade McGilberry of Semmes, Ala., entered a contest to be the first person to pitch a perfect baseball game in the video game MLB 2K10. Now he can pay off his mortgage.
Just as spring training arrives, so do the year's two Major League Baseball games. Though this season always reminds us of the gone-but-never-forgotten MVP franchise, we're happy to report that both offerings do the sport justice.
This week on preGAME we demo Heavy Rain live in the studio! Also, we chat about the shattered history of video game movies, and check out a brand new trailer for Fallout: New Vegas!