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EA Sports Adds Women’s National Teams For FIFA 16 Video Game

With the Women’s World Cup kicking off in Vancouver, Canada in a few days, the video game giant announced the addition of twelve Women’s National Teams to FIFA 16 game.


Disney Infinity: Star Wars (credit: Disney Interactive)

Star Wars Joins The Disney Infinity Universe

Expect to see Yoda interact with Mickey Mouse in the upcoming installment of Disney Infinity…


Microsoft X-Box E3 Display (credit: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)

Microsoft Teases New ‘Crackdown,’ ‘Halo’ At E3

Microsoft focused exclusively on hyping titles coming to its Xbox One and Xbox 360 consoles…


Xbox One (credit: Sarah Tew/CNET)

Xbox One: 20 Things You Need To Know

Microsoft’s new console may seem daunting, but here are some key points about the new do-nearly-everything gaming machine…


Microsoft Xbox 360 gaming console and Kinect sensor

Tech Watch: Microsoft Delays Xbox Update

CNET Editor at Large Brian Cooley said Microsoft may still be working out the kinks after delaying the launch of a new user interface for the Xbox 360.


First Look At 'Gears Of War 3'

First Look At ‘Gears Of War 3’

It’s not out for the Xbox until 9/20/’11, but AP’s Video Game Video got a sneak peek at the highly-anticipated game at a recent Microsoft showcase event in San Francisco…

CBS San Francisco–03/04/2011

New 'Call Of Duty' Blasts Last Year's Sales Record

New ‘Call Of Duty’ Blasts Last Year’s Sales Record

NEW YORK (AP) – “Call of Duty: Black Ops” blasted entertainment records this week by raking in $360 million in its first 24 hours on sale, a dramatic and lucrative indication that video games have […]

CBS San Francisco–11/12/2010

Microsoft's new Kinect controller for the Xbox 360. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Review: Kinect Motion-Sensing System Impresses

There are a lot of futuristic things we’re still waiting on: jet packs for the entire family, self-driving cars and time-travel, to name a few. But one new, pretty darn amazing bit of technology has finally come to fruition, thanks to the folks at Microsoft.

CBS San Francisco–11/04/2010