Police: Wrong-Way Driver On LSD Thought He Was Playing 'Grand Theft Auto'An Oregon man who allegedly stole a car and drove for miles going the wrong way claims he thought he was playing "Grand Theft Auto" while high on LSD.
Nintendo Is Re-Releasing The NES Classic In JuneNintendo is giving video game lovers another chance to buy the company's wildly popular retro gaming console: the NES Classic.
Trump's Meeting On Video Game Violence Could Prove ContentiousPresident Donald Trump, as he seeks to respond to gun violence in the wake of the Parkland school shooting, will gather opposing sides at the White House on Thursday to discuss the role of video game violence.
Central Valley Man Held for Shooting Mother After Video Game ArgumentPolice have arrested Matthew Nicholson of Ceres who, they say, shot his mother to death after he began yelling during a video game.
Nintendo Records Quarterly Profit On Switch Sales SuccessJapanese video-game maker Nintendo Co. has reversed into profit for the April-June quarter from losses the previous year, boosted by the popularity of its Switch hybrid game machine...
Electronic Entertainment Expo Offers Glimpse Of FutureThousands of video game enthusiasts, analysts and industry representatives in Southern California to play and show off the latest technology that will soon be hitting store shelves...
Nintendo Combines Portable And Home Gaming With 'Switch' SystemNintendo has announced a new gaming system that combines a portable handheld device with a dock to use at home.
Wi-Fi Device Pauses Kids' Video Games When You WantGetting your children's attention when they're sucked into a video or computer game is no easy task, but a Bay Area based company has a high-tech way for parents to call a time out.
Classic Nintendo Entertainment System Returning To StoresNintendo is leaping into the nostalgia market by bringing back their classic NES video game system...
Trespassing Pokemon Players Risking Arrest, Or WorseThe "Pokemon Go" craze across the U.S. has people wandering into yards, driveways, cemeteries and even an off-limits police parking lot in search of cartoon monsters, prompting warnings that trespassers could get arrested or worse, especially if they cross paths with an armed property owner.
The Unintended Consequences Of Pokemon Go's Sudden PopularityThe Pokemon Go craze has sent legions of players hiking around cities and battling with "pocket monsters" on their smartphones.