Find out how many hours you spent in your favorite games of 2012 and easily share the info with your friends.
Game developers are increasingly fond of including doodads and gizmos with the premium editions of their games. Here are some of the most ridiculously expensive special editions ever released, in roughly ascending order.
But company warns 2013 will be a tougher year.
North Americans spent $14.80 billion on video game content last year, but less than half this total was on new, physical releases.
Our all-knowing panel of completely unbiased game characters talk commercials, steroids, and Beyoncé's lip-syncing prowess as they predict the outcome of the big game!
Publisher Activision teams up with Microsoft for the Call of Duty Championship.
Is piloting a UAV equivalent to playing a video game? Real pilots answer that question.
Activision and Treyarch team up with Twitch to live stream the popular modern-military first-person shooter.
Four new maps, new Zombies content, and a new weapon for 1200 Microsoft space-bucks.
The creator of Gears of Wars is finally free to give his thoughts on other shooters.
Women in the military will soon be in firefights on the real battlefield, so video games that want a realistic simulation will inevitably have to address the issue. If they do it responsibly, they could actually play a constructive role in changing the hearts and minds of future generations.
Call of Duty: Black Ops II gets its first big downloadable content release next week.
Game developers love using celebrities' likenesses to shape their heroes and villains. Check out these 21 examples.
U4iA Games brings its unusual free-to-play game to Facebook with spectacular results.
Black Ops 2 first major content pack adds new maps, a new multiplayer mode, and a new gun.
Did your "favorite" Black Ops II moments make the cut?
Discover some of the best inside jokes and secret content of the year in games like Far Cry 3, Halo 4, and Black Ops II.
It doesn't matter how closely you follow the news or how often you refresh your browser; some companies can still manage to catch the gaming public completely unaware. Here are some of our picks for the biggest surprises of 2012.
The Walking Dead may be GamesBeat's Game of the Year for 2012, but here's the other titles our staff picked as contenders for the crown.
If you follow VentureBeat but don’t regularly check our GamesBeat site, here’s a list of the best video game stories we ran over the last seven days that you may have missed.