Four new maps, new Zombies content, and a new weapon for 1200 Microsoft space-bucks.
Some gamers are dedicated to unlocking as many Achievements as they possible can using the most unusual methods.
Xbox 360 was the best-selling home console for the last 24 months, but it can't keep up with 2011 numbers.
Paying for playtime might seem odd, but Karaoke offers more value and satisfaction than you get from most music games.
The Disney conglomeration is using its vast resources to make a game like no one else can. It looks like it might even be fun, too.
Japan made mistakes with console role-playing games this generation, and it's costing us for good.
Scoring a Wii U lower than retail price with a few extra games sounds like a Black Friday sale. That’s not the case if reports are true.
Microsoft's Xbox unit is getting an intriguing home-automation boost.
It was an exciting year for the game industry. Here's a visual look at the visual medium of games and the people who make them.
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.
I don't even know what I'm looking at anymore. How can I possibly be scared or grossed out if I can't even tell what it is?
I love my parents, and always do whatever I can to upgrade their technology whenever possible. But when it comes to watching television, they've made one thing abundantly clear: They're not cutting the cord.
Why should you play games on your console anyway?
Playstation has trailed Microsoft's Xbox 360 in the gaming console market for a long time. But not in everything.
Sony says its PlayStation 3 outsold the Nintendo Wii U during the same Black Friday-week time frame.
Nintendo shows once again it doesn't care about performance.
The seven-year-old Xbox 360 sold 750k units during the post-Thanksgiving shopping spree.
Nintendo is making the Wii U eShop experience painless for indie developers. How about Microsoft and Sony?
Editor's Pick It's no secret that first-person shooters -- in all their Hollywood-inspired clamor and spectacle -- don't simulate the realities of war very well. From basic rules of engagement, to gun safety (i.e., don't flag your buddies), and the dynamics of combat, FPSs are more akin to interactive action flicks than a proper recreation of armed conflict.
The Wii U isn't all about fun and games. It's also about videos about fun and games.