Plantronics will become the official headset sponsor of League of Legends Championship Series in a deal with Riot Games.
The aerial-combat game will hit the PlayStation 4 this holiday.
Rift opens its doors to anyone on June 12.
Algebraic! Cartoon Network's hit shows Adventure Time and Regular Show are getting new video games.
Playcraft will use its HTML5 expertise to build a version of MinoMonsters that works across multiple platforms.
Mediajuice Studios wants to add polish to its game-loving film.
A new gameplay trailer shows battles that look more like Pokémon Stadium than the previous handheld games.
Gamers can use the application to watch Twitch streams in their living room, but it doesn't enable streaming from the Xbox 360.
Tegra 4-based mobile game system features 5-inch display and debut in June; you may preorder it beginning May 20.
Media promises that K-Invite will yield high-quality users for mobile apps.
Google celebrates an arcade classic with this clever homage to Atari's Breakout.
Take-Two will hold an event in the summer to promote the open-world crime game.
The violent first-person shooter captures big numbers for publisher Take-Two Interactive.
Take-Two nails its earnings on the strength of BioShock Infinite and more.
Spair wants to help users buy a game once that works on any mobile operating system.
Gamers can now contribute to Shadow of the Eternals on Kickstarter -- could this help push the game over its goal?
Capcom is bringing Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney -- Dual Destinies to 3DS in North America and Europe, but it's not going to release it as a physical product.
Puzzle & Dragons developer GungHo is growing at an unbelievable rate and has $15.1 billion on hand.
CD Projekt Red releases its RedKit so that gamers can make their own nonlinear RPG adventures.
The developer of PlayStation Home's Sodium series has expanded to make games and 3D avatars on mobile platforms.