In retrospect, it made complete sense. Too bad it never happened again!
Nintendo is (finally) releasing a black version of the 3DS XL on August 11, just in time for the release of Mario & Luigi: Dream Team.
The week of Thanksgiving marks one of the most important retail milestones for sellers of things. We've got a ballpark figure for how many people brought the new Wii U. (Around 400,000.) And Microsoft bragged about all the Xbox 360 units they shifted into people homes, too. (750,000 for those guys.) So, what about…
In the futuristic 2025 setting of Call of Duty: Black Ops II, the United States has become locked in a second Cold War with China due largely to a shortage of rare earth elements, which are vital in the creation of a lot of the technology and advanced military hardware we use today.
At Call of Duty Zombie Labs, the worlds' top scientists are working around the clock to familiarize themselves with the undead inside and out. And inside-out. Ew.
In approximately 90 days, walk into any bar in the State of Ohio. If there aren't any signs stating otherwise, feel free to carry your concealed weapon in that watering hole. But don't order a round. You can't legally drink if you are packing heat.
Stuart Black was going to make a typically dreary first person shooter. Then he went to see a Lady Gaga concert.
Sixty five years after the end of World War II, the second world war seems to have lost its attraction for video game developers.
No, not that Body Count. The cover of the upcoming Official Xbox Magazine reveals Bodycount, the new shooter from the creators of first-person stylized shooter Black.
Criterion's much hyped and ultimately pretty OK first-person shooter Black may not be getting a sequel from its original creators soon—they're busy making Burnout and Need For Speed—but its original designer is getting back into the FPS game.
Black versions of the Wii remote and nunchuk will go on sale on Nov. 16, Nintendo announced this morning.
Electronic Arts is holding a Town Hall meeting today at EA Canada to discuss the industry and perhaps detail more layoff news at the publisher's studio there, according to memos obtained by Kotaku.