Those of you who know me know that I'm a video game nerd. And comic book nerd. And just nerdy nerd in general. So when I read an article that used World of Warcraft to model disease outbreaks, I jumped on it.
It's really happening. At this week's Electronic Entertainment Expo, the video game industry's annual trade show at the Los Angeles Convention Center, several hardware and software creators highlighted the evolution of forthcoming ...
Zach Jaffe wants to players to be so immersed in action games that they feel each blast vibrate through their very being.
Start-up Unikrn is turning up the heat on tournament-level video games with an online platform for betting on who will be victorious.
The world's leading video game show ended with the industry feeling renewed vigor after years of worry that play on mobile devices was leading to decline.
YouTube is wading confidently into turf dominated by Amazon-owned Twitch, with a service tailored for the hot trend of videogame play as a spectator sport.
Behind closed doors on the show floor of the world's premier video game show, Facebook-owned Oculus was letting people touch virtual worlds.
At the Electronic Entertainment Expo players swooped like eagles through Paris, blasted asteroids, and fought in boxing rings as videogame makers dove into worlds of virtual reality.
Console kings Microsoft and Sony battled for players' hearts with blockbuster games and the lure of virtual worlds as the Electronic Entertainment Expo was poised begin in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
Seen and heard as the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo gears up for its three-day run at the Los Angeles Convention Center: