(AP)—"Journey" arrived on top at the Game Developers Choice Awards.
A new edition of the dystopian "BioShock" shooter videogame released Tuesday puts Americanism in the crosshairs, taking on taboo topics including slavery and racism.
Sweeping medieval fantasy game "Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim" and addictive puzzle play in "Portal 2" won accolades at the world's largest gathering of game makers that wraps up Friday in San Francisco.
Sales of epic medieval videogame "Skyrim" have soared to about $650 million, with rave reviews pegging the title as game of the year.
Post-apocalyptic adventure "Fallout 3" has been crowned Game of the Year at a major gathering of videogame makers in San Francisco.