Sony announced the change of name their game device from Project Morpheus to PlayStation VR as it enables players to feel like they are physically inside the game's virtual world. Sony has decided to change the name of its device Project Morpheus to PlayStation VR. The announcement was made at the Tokyo Game Show tweeting out as well the news from the official PlayStation Twitter account, Wired reported.
Nintendo, the largest Japanese video game company, had teamed up with Niantic Inc. to develop Pokémon Go, a mobile game based on the popular monsters from the Japanese cartoon series.
Amazon Twitch.tv should get ready to face its upcoming tough competitor - China's Panda TV. Panda TV is an e-sports streaming service that will go in a direct competition with Amazon Twitch.tv as revealed this week.
CBS Sports announced a new feature that allows viewers to watch live NFL games on its portable device, which indicates that it is trying to enter the fast-growing internet market.
YouTube has officially launched its gaming hub, where gamers can post game plays and commentary. It is also a platform for live-streaming.
After a decline in earnings last year, Angry Birds creator Rovio Entertainment plans to rebound and expand in Asia by developing its game to fit local consumers' preferences.
American Express redefines gaming experience as it launches a new virtual-reality action where tennis fans can play with Maria Sharapova at the 2015 US Open, which starts on August 31.
After just a year in the mobile game market, Elex's Clash of Kings announced to have reached 65 million downloads. The number of downloads includes on both Android and iOS platforms. The success was announced Monday in a company press release.
Sesame Street is coming to HBO this fall. According to the announcement, HBO will air the next five seasons of the iconic children's show and can be streamed on HBO's partner stations and streaming outlets.
Zynga continues to lose more players as internet users switch to mobile devices. The Farmville creator continues to cope by investing more in slot games which helped the company slash its losses from $62.5 million to $26.9 million.
SeaWorld, the pioneer and most sought-after refuge when it comes to entertainment and family entertainment, reported on Thursday an 84% drop in net income for its second quarter performance.
Two of Zynga's games have improved by 274% compared to last year's bookings, which made the company soar in terms of profits and bookings. Plus the company is currently brewing a new game.
Game developer Activision Blizzard pulled off a surprise when it announced earnings that topped expectations from Wall Street analysts.
On-demand streaming media giant Netflix has a very simple long-term plan: world domination. If the California company has its way, it will happen by the end of 2016, and it will come by way of original content.
Thanks to Batman: Arkham City and Mortal Kombat X as game revenues for Warner Bros. goes up by 135% in the year's second quarter. These two video games provided huge returns for Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.