Game Boy Advance Price Drops

With new handheld gaming devices like Sony’s much lauded PSP (PlayStation Portable) looming on the horizon, Nintendo is taking steps to retain its leading edge in the market. ... Continue Reading →

Nintendo’s Pikmin 2 Invades Stores

Botanical extraterrestrial life returns to GameCube today with the release of Nintendo’s Pikmin 2. Legendary Mario and Donkey Kong developer Shigeru Miyamoto created this sequel ... Continue Reading →

SCi Games Takes On Warner Bros.’ Constantine

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has awarded U.K.-based SCi Games Ltd. a license to publish the forthcoming video game based on Warner Bros. Pictures’ supernatural action ... Continue Reading →

Stars Align For Midway’s Area 51

Video game developer and publisher Midway Games Inc. today announced that celebrity voice casting for its new sci-fi/action first person shooter, Area 51, will include The X-Files‘ ... Continue Reading →

Eidos, Giant Snap Up LEGO Star Wars

Video game publishers and developers Eidos and Giant Interactive Entertainment Ltd. have acquired distribution rights to LEGO Star Wars for all countries except Japan. The game will ... Continue Reading →

Metrowerks’ CodeWarrior Powers Nintendo DS Development

Nintendo has selected Metrowerks Corp.’s CodeWarrior Development Studio as the official tool suite for the creation of games for its new handheld Nintendo DS video game system. According ... Continue Reading →

Daltrey Rocks Wheels On The Bus to Video

Armstrong Moving Pictures (AMP) today announced that Starlight Home Entertainment will distribute its award-winning The Wheels on the Bus Video– Mango and Papaya’s Animal ... Continue Reading →

Madden NFL 2005 Hits Franchise High

It’s looking like another winning season for Electronic Arts and its Madden NFL series. The game publisher announced that internal data indicates that Madden NFL 2005 sold more ... Continue Reading →

Majesco Chomps on Rights to Jaws

Majesco today announced that it has secured the interactive entertainment rights to one of the very first blockbusters ever. The company will team with developer Appaloosa to produce ... Continue Reading →

Monolith Merges with Warner Bros. Interactive

The folks at Monolith Productions, the producers of video games such as No One Lives Forever, Aliens vs. Predator 2 and Tron 2.0, have a new parent company today. Business trade wires ... Continue Reading →