"...here's a fun fact: Did you know the real world is broadcasting in 3-D? All the time? I know, amazing!" Yep, this is going to be one of those.
Just because Star Trek: Voyager was pretty horrible doesn't mean we don't miss the folks who starred in it. Five members of Captain Janeway's crew are reprising their roles for the next Star Trek Online expansion, "Delta Rising."
Last month Zynga laid off more than 100 game developers in a firing extravaganza set against the backdrop of Apple's big iPad event. Thanks to CBS reality show "The Job", the company's hiring of a new associate game designer will be every bit as spectacular and public as that mass termination.
On tomorrow's investigation-packed episode of CBS's CSI: NY, Spengler, Mattock and Lady Minerva attempt to solve the murder of a pro-gaming champion in "Kill Screen". Gives you tingles, doesn't it? "Kill Screen"! So menacing.
This fall Ubisoft teams up with CBS to bring the award-winning NCIS series to video games, letting fans of special agent Gibbs and crew perform their own Naval criminal investigations, provided they can figure out that confounded video game system.
The very public, very messy late-night fight between Jay Leno, Conan O'Brien and NBC didn't just offer interesting insight into the inner workings of network television, it reminded everyone that the TV isn't used only for watching shows anymore.
As part of an agreement signed earlier this month with CBS Radio, Kotaku Talk Radio will be broadcasting live from Chat About It's broadcast studio in New York City beginning next month.
As the year's last title in North America's major team sports, NCAA Basketball 10 faces why-buy questions that NCAA Football and NBA Live just don't. This year EA Canada seeks to answer them with two networks broadcasting from your living room.
Connor Dougan had me at "Nana-na-na-na-NA-na-naaaahhh!" Anyone who's hoisted a driveway three has hummed a TV sports anthem to set it up, and that one's the CBS Road to the Final Four theme, one of two in NCAA Basketball 10.
CBS and Ludia have teamed up for an exciting race through exotic locales, developing video games based off the Emmy Award-winning reality show The Amazing Race.
GameStop's in-store promotional bombardment is about to get a little more...intensive. The company is to launch an improved in-store "TV station" in conjunction with CBS and Reflect Systems, which will see not only select CBS programming (ie TV shows, sports, etc) broadcast directly into stores, but also a range of…
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