Sega is also planning to release several other games for 3DS with stereoscopic support
Japanese company doesn’t say how many jobs it cut in U.S. operations.
Sonic the Hedgehog: Lost World will only appear on Nintendo’s consoles.
We interview the director, screenwriter, and producer of Wreck-It Ralph find out just how an animated film about a video game villain got made. Warning: some parts of the interview contain spoilers.
Decorate your Twitter profile with video game-themed headers of popular franchises like Grand Theft Auto, Street Fighter, and God of War.
Sega and the developers at Arkedo are keeping the spirit of Bubsy and Earthworm Jim alive with Hell Yeah: Wrath of the Dead Rabbit.
Gamers will find a lot to like in the new trailer for Disney’s animated love letter to arcades, Wreck-It Ralph.
These pictures use a grungy, simple design, but their minimalist look add a certain amount of class to your iPhone or iPod Touch.
The gallery inside features the likes of Mario, Halo’s Master Chief, Half-Life’s Gordon Freeman, and other classic characters from some of the most popular games.
In a major restructuring move, Sega closes offices in France, Germany, Spain, Australia, and the Netherlands while increasing focus on stronger IPs such as Sonic and Total War.
Even when we can’t sit down with a controller, we want to be interacting with the characters and settings from our favorite virtual worlds. We’ve found some works of art that allow for exactly that.
Kirby’s 20th Anniversary Collection for the Wii includes some classic titles in the sidescrolling series, but here are some titles that we wish Nintendo would add to the anthology.
This gallery features characters and worlds from some of the most popular video games brought to life thanks to the power of chalk.
Scottish audio company Euphonious has taken the innovative step of making memorable and dynamic Sonic Logos, like Sega’s choral chant and Intel’s “plink, plunk, plink, plunk,” affordable for any company — even those without budgets like the big boys.
Great games immerse players in fantastical worlds and adventures so extravagant, you actually wish they were real. But what if video game characters crossed over to our reality instead?
With the video game industry’s largest trade show over, it’s time to wrap up some of the highlights. We’ll start with the biggest surprises that VentureBeat’s Dean Takahashi and I saw at the Electronic Entertainment Expo.
Microsoft‘s Xbox Live Arcade game-download service has become one of the hit platforms in the age of digital game distribution. And Foundation 9 Entertainment, a big but little-known game developer, has quietly come to dominate games on the platform, VentureBeat has learned.