While last week's Consumer Electronics Show wasn't very heavy with video game news, there was still plenty to see and do in the heart of the world's biggest gadget show.Origin PC is showing off their obscenely expensive liquid-cooled Xbox 360, gaming computer hybrid at CES next week. Our favorite…
Our latest look at Capcom's portable take on Okami was full of breaking wind.
Starting this spring Microsoft will again test the waters for a video game that replicates, perhaps replaces, something you might watch on television.
Well, how else could it work? Mattel explains the straightforward board game port of Rovio's iPhone hit Angry Birds, which is a simple pig smashing game. Angry Birds: Knock On Wood is coming soon, but playable at CES right now.
Playing with blocks just got a lot cooler thanks to Sifteo, a new game platform, playable at CES 2011, one that uses a computer and a trio of LCD cubes. How does it work? Sifteo's creators show us how.
The Fable series may be known best for its wild ambition, but the Windows Phone 7 spin-off keeps things perfectly simple. This is Fable: Coin Golf.
Keyboard and mouse controls got you down? Yeah, didn't think so. But if millimeter precise motion control sounds like an interesting way to play Valve's first-person puzzler Portal 2, you might want to buy yourself a Razer Sixense.
What began life as an April Fool's Day joke is now a real product at CES 2011. This is Ion Audio and Think Geek's iCade, the mini arcade cabinet for your iPad.
Microsoft is bringing its Game Room retro collection to the Windows Phone 7, starting with Centipede, Asteroids Deluxe and Shao-Lin Road. What does Game Room gaming look like on a mobile phone? Let's take a look.
This is the Razer Switchblade, currently an "innovative concept design" for a portable laptop computer with a customizable keyboard and touchscreen interface, a device that promises a "full desktop experience in a netbook sized solution." World of Warcraft on-the-go, anyone?
Bionic Commando Rearmed 2 hits the PS3 on Feb. 1 and the Xbox 360 on Feb. 2. It will cost $15 for the PS3 and 1200 Microsoft Points on the 360.
What has Microsoft brought to Las Vegas for the Xbox 360? What else will they show besides video games? The answers await inside Microsoft's CES 2011 keynote.
What will Sony have for PlayStation 3 and PSP owners at this year's Consumer Electronics Show? What will they have to show off beyond video games? We'll find out at the PlayStation maker's CES 2011 keynote.
Sports Illustrated's annual homage to bikinis is coming to the PlayStation 3 in stereoscopic 3D amidst a flood of models-in-swimsuits related content via the PlayStation Network. Of all the PS3 exclusives this year, this is one we weren't expecting.
The Consumer Electronics Show floor doesn't open officially until Thursday morning, but we got an early look at the show in progress. What did we see? Green Hornet, Smurfs, and lots of 3D.
Crayons have been around in one form or another since the time of the ancient Egyptians. But there hasn't been a major tech breakthrough for the stick of colored wax since the 19th Century. Until now!
Nowadays video games are, at best, a means to an end at the Consumer Electronics Show. They are used to highlight television fidelity, or 7.1 surround sound or 3D. But there's still one company that puts games first: Capcom.
Computer hardware manufacturer ASUS has teamed up with the makers of Kinect's camera technology, PrimeSense, to bring controller-free, gesture-based gaming to your PC this year, a product it will show off at this week's Consumer Electronics Show.