The follow-up to Wii Sports is here: Wii Sports Resort. Is the package worth the $50 price of admission?
Could the new Harry Potter video game use more magic? There’s some good news and some bad news, depending on which version you play.
Can't get enough fishing this summer? These games let you fish inside and all around the world.
Now is an exciting time for fans of games and golf. Not only is Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 out, the Wii version also ships with the new MotionPlus controller. So does the bundle, which costs $60, live up to the hype? Does it make your golfing experience more real and fun?
This year, the video-game trade show known as the Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3, got big again. The giant booths with giant projections of action-filled videos were there. And so was a lot of news about upcoming games.
Good news: Not only is there a new Boom Blox, it’s even better than last year’s version.
From sports to comics, every kind of fun has its heroes. Here are some top video game heroes and their latest games.
Should you spend $169 for the Nintendo DSi? Or will your current DS or DS Lite still do the trick? (Even better: Maybe you can win one. Find out how.)
Sonic has had his ups and downs when it comes to starring in decent games. Sometimes he’s speedy and on target. At other times, he’s just so-so. Now he’s back in Sonic and the Black Knight, which is supposed to be something like Sonic meets The Legend of Zelda.
Live all the glory of the Golden Age of video games with Retro Game Challenge.
You’ve seen a lot of The Sims over the years. In this latest offering, you’ll find one of the most delightful simulations ever — especially if you’re into the outdoors and wildlife.
Actors get Oscars, singers get Grammys and video games get awards from Boys’ Life: THE BOYSIES. The Boysies are dedicated to the age-old proverb that video games don’t have to be gross to be cool.
Here's a look at some of the best downloadable games for your broadband-connected game system.
All the imaginative dreams of everybody in the world float upward to a fantastical place called LittleBigPlanet. What if you could use all these things to make your own game, one that’s fun, easy and creative? That’s what LittleBigPlanet, the game, is all about.
Swish! It’s basketball time again. Will Kevin Garnett and the Celtics triumph again? Will the Knicks ever get better? Most important, are the roundball video games worth your hard-earned $50 to $60?
There's been a lot of hype about Spore, the big new game from Will Wright and his hardworking crew at Electronic Arts. It’s supposed to be the biggest thing he’ll ever do. But does Spore live up to the hype?
Sega's Beijing 2008 keeps the excitement of the 2008 Summer Olympic Games alive with a game full of 38 Olympic events. But does Sega win a gold medal? Find out in this video game review.
It’s Madden’s 20th anniversary. And, boy, the game has come a long way since John Madden and Electronic Arts founder Trip Hawkins conceived of the game on a long train ride in the mid-1980s.
DAY 4, JULY 17: E3 is just about over. Overall, this was Sony’s year to shine (even though their press conference was underwhelming). In no particular order, here’s a look at some of the best games of E3 2008.
Like the LEGO Star Wars games, you have the task of finding and collecting pieces of LEGO in a big, cute world in LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures.