As a 30th anniversary celebration, Capcom is releasing the Capcom Arcade Cabinet Retro Game Collection: A collection of Capcom games from the 8-bit era. Capcom producer Kenji Kataoka spoke with…
Are you an Xbox Live Gold subscriber with a Gamerscore of more than 3,000 but not more than 10,000? Well, good news for you! You'll now get a "Special Gift*" during your birthday month!
The high-definition remake of Gamecube horror classic Resident Evil 4 has finally been released for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, via the PlayStation Store and Xbox Live Marketplace. We opted for the Xbox 360 version, a hefty 3.59 GB download.
Microsoft removed a Confederate soldier's uniform and cap from an Xbox Live avatar items collection, following complaints from users about what the symbols represent.
Alan Wake, which released May 18, arrives on the Xbox Live Marketplace's Games on Demand service six months later.
Preordering NBA 2K11 via GameStop delivered a free Chicago Bulls road jersey for your avatar; NBA 2K11 now has six different pairs of classic Air Jordan sneakers to help complete the look.
Turrets. I can't stop building and upgrading them in Monday Night Combat. Oh, they do a great job mowing down bots and other players. But it's really because I'm a Southern boy and a born sucker for Pitgirl's saucy accent.
If you've ever wanted to cross dress your avatar as Lara Croft, your chance is coming. The tomb raider's super-tight shorts are among a set of themed outfits hitting Xbox Live Marketplace on Thursday.
We're into week two of Red Dead Redemption hype, so you know what that means: Avatar items for your little varmint. Yah! Yah avatars! Git along! Git!
Tomorrow, two bucks will get you a set of tricked out armor for Mass Effect 2, that turns Commander Shepard into "The Equalizer," and we don't mean this guy.
Kasumi's Stolen Memory, the first DLC addition for Mass Effect 2, just reached Xbox Live Marketplace, after being delayed much of the day due to an unspecified issue with Microsoft according to BioWare.
All it took was seeing one demolition derby to hook me on car combat, but in video games we haven't seen much in the way of this for awhile. Scrap Metal's here, and running unopposed. Is it still a winner?
One week ago Bungie filed a new trademark application for Marathon, the FPS superstar of Mac gaming's brief apogee during the mid- to late-1990s. There are few details beyond that but the paperwork's enough to stoke fantasies of a reboot.
A recent patent application describes a process in which an Xbox Live gamer, invited to a multiplayer session, but missing a critical piece to play (a map, a track, whatever), is offered and may buy it without dropping the invitation.
Those downloadable versions of Xbox 360 games, wild and crazy in their Games On Demand pricing, have ventured closer to reasonable as of today, with a handful of titles getting slashed.
Rare's 2008 platformer meets vehicle builder Banjo Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts is the latest addition to the Xbox 360 Games on Demand library, a perfect opportunity to see what all the genre fuss was about by way of digital download.
Xbox Live Marketplace has been running Deal of the Day promotions since Friday; today's is completely free. Pick up a New Year's Theme for the rock bottom price of zero Microsoft points.
It's mid-October, which in my childhood was the time Dad would take me down to the TG&Y to buy a cheap, vinyl Spider-Man costume with flammable plastic mask.