Steven Spielberg is a Hollywood legend. When not directing highly successful motion pictures, Steven Spielberg likes to make video games. He's also really paranoid, a new book claims.
Electronic Arts this week let go a number of developers working on Steven Spielberg Wii puzzle tile Boom Blox, the company told Kotaku.
The National Science Foundation has given two universities a million dollars to study whether video games can improve thinking skills in the elderly. They're using Boom Blox in the research.
On the week of the release of the new Boom Blox, one of the game's chief creators heads to ThatGameCompany.
We've gotten holiday cards, lots of holiday cards; holiday songs;, even a holiday video, but this is our first ever holiday cheat codes.
You may not think it to look at him, but filmmaker and Boom Blox co-creator Steven Spielberg can really hit a drum. The Spielberg clan is quite taken with Rock Band it seems.
When EA's Boom Blox didn't appear in the top ten best selling games for the month of May, we were puzzled. When it didn't appear in the top twenty, we became concerned, especially with junk like Game Party and Haze representing. According to NPD data provided to GameDaily, the Steven Spielberg-backed game only sold…
Director Steven Speilberg is known for crafting some seriously intense, gut-wrenching cinematic scenes. But those are just movies! No biggie!! Games, games are different. Just hear what Spielberg has to say:
Boom Blox is an odd creation. It's a casual game created with the help of a director known for the stories his movies tell. So what happens when Stephen Spielberg teams up with Electronic Arts to make a game for the Wii? Lots of explosions of course. The game has you throw, grab, shoot and explode "blox" in such a…