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Play vs. pay in games arena

The arrival of Sony's PSP is still weeks away, but some retailers want your money now.

The arrival of Sony's PSP is still weeks away, but that doesn't mean some retailers won't take your money now. Also: blacklists, Trojan horses and a new baseball game by Nintendo.

Nintendo steps up to the plate

Japanese video game company will publish a baseball title this spring. But can it outplay Take-Two?
January 28, 2005

Pay now, play later with PSP

Online-retailer EBGames becomes first major U.S. retailer to start taking advance orders for Sony's new handheld game machine.
January 27, 2005

Banned in Beijing: China cracks down on games

"Sims 2" and other titles are blacklisted in the government's quest to fight pirates and protect young minds.
January 26, 2005

Trojan horse rides off with game accounts

Security experts warn of a new pest that steals logon and password data for "Lineage," one of Asia's most popular online games.
January 25, 2005

Playboy: Let the online games begin

With "Playboy: The Mansion," players can direct virtual photo shoots by selecting a babe, an outfit and a camera angle.
Images: Under the covers of 'Playboy: The Mansion'
Photo: The next sexy phone?
January 25, 2005

Take-Two takes Sega's sports game studios

The company acquires Sega's Visual Concepts Entertainment and Kush Games--and with them the 2K series of titles.
January 25, 2005

Take-Two out to the ball game

Locked out of the pro football market by rival Electronic Arts, game maker snags semi-exclusive rights to Major League Baseball.
January 24, 2005