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'Turok' maker plays the name game August 27, 2002 Acclaim hypes "Turok: Evolution" by offering $10,000 to parents who name their newborn after the game's hero. It's just one of many over-the-top ploys being tried by the industry.
Miyamoto: Game success takes 'balance' and 'risk' March 8, 2007 Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto, developer of games like Donkey Kong, offers conference-goers a vision for reaching broad audiences.Video: Mario master reveals secrets to successPhotos: A packed hall f...
Playing for keeps in the console biz November 13, 2006 Microsoft's Xbox 360 has had the market to itself for a year, but the arrival of Sony's PlayStation 3 and the Nintendo Wii will reshape the game.
Let the PS3 games begin August 29, 2006 Sony's Kaz Hirai talks about the future of the new PlayStation console and next-generation gaming technology.
Nintendo shows off Wii controller May 9, 2006 But at press event before E3, company says pricing talk would divert attention from console's game roster. Photos: Nintendo Wii swings into action
StumbleUpon brings video to the Wii February 13, 2007 Search-and-discover site revamps video product to specifically cater to the browser interface on the popular game console.
New game controller: Your hands December 10, 2007 Israeli start-up 3DV aims to be a contender with motion-sensing tech that has a good handle on depth perception.Photos: 3DV's depth-sensing camera
Video: ZCam aims to free gamers
Next-gen console war off and running November 19, 2006 With the release of Nintendo's Wii hot on the PS3's heels, the game market now has all three big-name competitors. Photos: Lining up for the Wii in L.A. Video: Wii takes Manhattan
Week in video: Wii will rock you April 19, 2008 CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi brings you the latest on the Nintendo Wii, as well as an interview with an indie video game developer with a WiiWare contract.
PS3 and Wii create a new playing field November 21, 2006 Microsoft's Xbox 360 has had the market to itself for a year, but the arrival of Sony's PlayStation 3 and the Nintendo Wii will reshape the game.
iPod tops annual Amazon charts December 28, 2006 Online shoppers are still hot for Apple's digital-music player, according to company's latest "Best of 2006 List."
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