Two recent dust-ups involving juicy tidbits offered up by social media managers shows it can be hard to draw the line between conjecture and official company policy.
There's a huge shift that's going on in entertainment, yet many in Hollywood and even mainstream consumers have yet to catch on.
With gaming on smartphones and tablets growing rapidly, it's not enough for traditional hardware companies like Sony to trot out new consoles with better technical capabilities.
A departure from my usual ramblings, I'm going to share with you some of my favorite games which will never receive a sequel.
After the success of Activision's Skylanders, Disney is continuing to blur the line of video game and toys with the announcement of " Disney Infinity ". "Disney Infinity" was announced this Tuesday and will feature over 30 collectible figures that can be scanned into the game world of Infinity.
One of the more depressing studio casualties of the past couple of years was Geometry Wars and Project Gotham Racing developer, Bizarre Creations.
A few years ago, Bizarre Creations released a somewhat realistic racing game with kart-style power-ups into the world in the hopes of shaking the genre up a bit.
A newly published video from an artist formerly employed by Bizarre Creations reveals what a sequel to the action-oriented racing could have looked like.
Sony Corp. and German media giant Bertelsmann are looking set to team up again in a bid for Parlophone and possibly other top EMI music labels being sold off by Vivendi's Universal Music Group.
Shoppers beg sales assistants for perfume products in Selfridges on the morning of the Boxing Day sales in London Dec.