Bigger than the iPad? Microsoft puts its faith in gaming.
A computer game set in the Cold War, which allows people to play as East German border guards who shoot political fugitives, has caused controversy in Germany.
Sensitivity, or censorship?
Disgruntled Patriots wide receiver Randy Moss has one thing to be gruntled about: He’s got the first perfect Madden score of the year.
With the release of its sixth iteration, Halo: Reach, the Halo gaming franchise continues to excite and entice fans. Check out TIME.com’s photoessay for a look at how the fad has evolved over the past decade.
Good news for video game enthusiasts: A new study says gamers are more proficient decision makers than their non-gaming counterparts.
In honor of the video game’s 25th birthday, NewsFeed complied the top five Super Mario Bros. video tributes.
What to do if you’re stuck 2,300 feet underground for up to four months? Get really good at Grand Theft Auto.
Microsoft is gunning for the enterprising hackers who managed to get their hands on a copy of Halo: Reach, the latest game in the company’s ludicrously lucrative Halo shoot-em-up series.
Wise words from Roger Ebert: “Some opinions are best kept to yourself.”
Such is the conclusion of our resident gaming geek, who says it’s not even close: Sony will obliterate Microsoft in a battle for the gamers of the future. (via Techland)