When you're constantly on the room from hordes of flesh-hungry zombies and the desperate remnants of humanity you don't have time to lug around an entire game console just to recreate the experience. That's the only way I can make sense of "Deluxe Plug It In & Play TV Games" based on AMC's The Walking Dead.
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata is on stage at the Moscone Center in San Francisco delivering Nintendo's keynote speech at the 2011 Game Developers Conference, and we've got all the breaking news right here, right now.
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.
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.
Don't expect a portable, dedicated gaming platform from Microsoft anytime soon. There will be no answer to the DS or PSP, no portable Xbox 360. That is unless you count the Windows Phone 7.
At CES 2011, Kotaku went ears on with the latest gaming headphones from Turtle Beach. From the inexpensive to the damn that's expensive, we walked away impressed, particularly with one headset's ability to expertly handle phone calls and shell casings.
At CES 2011, Microsoft unveiled Avatar Kinect, a new Xbox 360 app that uses the Kinect camera to track your facial expressions for a personalized, glorified chatroom. Just what does Avatar Kinect see? More than you might think.
Not due out until March on the PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, Homefront can be seen here playing on the world's largest 3D television.
A nearly pocket-sized computer gaming rig and a video game console that can mimic your facial expressions were among the gaming innovations shown off at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week.
An important piece of technology was tucked away at Nvidia's CES 2011 booth, the Kegputer, which is part Sierra Nevada dispensing beer keg, part high-powered gaming rig. Kris from Nvidia explains what makes this refrigerated PC so unique.
This Christmas, the war in Afghanistan gets even more fun with EA and Interactive Toys' Medal of Honor line-up of radio controlled cars. This is vehicle based deathmatch, designed for your living room floor.
Hardware maker Razer is getting into the console game with the Razer Onza, the Xbox 360 gamepad that might make you want to dump the official Microsoft version.
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.
Sometimes a computer at CES is interesting because it's functional and intuitive. Sometimes a computer is interesting because it's the size of an air conditioner, filled with heinously tacky neon lights, and overclocked to hell. Guess which one this is!
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.
The silent man contorts his face in expressions of agony and humor. A fine web of digital lines traces every movement. He grimaces, he smiles, his eyes go wide, his mouth gapes open in a silent scream.
Time to test your Asteroids skills!
Microsoft has a lot they want to talk about at this Consumer Electronics Show: Their big Kinect sales numbers, the future of that tech, their new phone. But they also have a few things they're not keen to discuss.