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Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo and major games publishers have teamed up to back a new annual video game awards show: The Game Awards.
Read this exclusive excerpt from the new book, "The Cheapskate Rules," then get a deal on the book itself!
Indie developer Phil Fish has announced the cancellation of Fez II and his retirement from making games after a vicious Twitter argument with game critic Marcus Beer.
Microsoft has announced a host of new Xbox apps, including SkyDrive, but it's a poor showing for Australian users.
Aiming to increase the amount of nongaming content, the software giant announces slew of new apps it expects to release by next spring.
War-sim Call of Duty will be landing on Sony's PlayStation Vita console in the autumn.
Nintendo cautions against holding your breath for a new Wii HD. Such action won't make it release an HD console any quicker, and might result in the breath-holder getting dizzy and passing out
On today's show, Wilson and Jeff hate on Target's gift card that doubles as a disposable digital camera (I still think it's cool), Sarah Palin is offered an exclusive adult movie deal, we discover really old and less really old love, and last but not leas
This is the kind of information Google will have to reveal to Viacom as part of their court case.
A look at some of the strange and downright fictional portrayals of Mass Effect in the media.