Dragon Ball fighting games have never been short on style... and gigantic fireballs. Check out what we thought of Dragon Ball Raging Blast.
AWN's series on the best video games of 2009. Hit the jump to see the best downloadable titles of this past year.
Zipper Interactive, creators of the popular SOCOM game series, have made their first sortie into PS3 territory with their massive first-person-shooter, MAG. Find out if they succeeded!
As the New Orleans Saints make their Super Bowl debut, so does Electronic Arts (NASDAQ: ERTS). On Super Bowl Sunday, two days before the game hits store shelves, EA will introduce football fans to Dante’s Inferno, a third-person action-adventure videogame, with the company’s first-ever Super Bowl commercial.
Salem and Rios are back for another round of guns, explosions and trendy masks. Check out the AWN review of Army of Two: The 40th Day.
Brosta TV LLC and Rhythm & Hues Studios have entered into a co-producing relationship with the goal of creating original intellectual properties for the global market.
Best known for dazzling effects work on blockbuster films, New Deal Studios has officially launched its full-service commercial division.
Apple today introduced iPad, a revolutionary device for browsing the web, reading and sending email, enjoying photos, watching videos, listening to music, playing games, reading e-books and much more. iPad's responsive high-resolution Multi-Touch display lets users physically interact with applications and content.
The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences (AIAS) has announced its first Pioneer Award recipient, David Crane, one of the most successful designers of entertainment software.
Visiware, leading worldwide publisher of games for pay television, is glad to announce the availability of its interactive TV game services on TELUS Satellite TV, one of Canada’s leading telecommunication companies, in the provinces of British Columbia and Alberta.
The Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences (AIAS) today announced the finalists for the 13th Annual Interactive Achievement Awards.
The Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences (AIAS) announced Bobby Kotick, CEO of Activision Blizzard, Inc. will open the 2010 D.I.C.E. (Design, Innovate, Communicate, Entertain) Summit Sessions on Thursday February 19, 2010 at Red Rock Resort in Las Vegas. Mr. Kotick will talk about how creative talent drives the video game industry.
The folks over at IGN.com have rallied companies throughout the industry to donate tons of fantastic gaming related items - all to be auctioned off in order to benefit Haiti.
The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences (AIAS) has announced that Mark Cerny will be the 13th inductee into the Academy's Hall of Fame, which is bestowed upon individuals who've contributed a significant advancement within the industry while demonstrating proven success and leadership.
Another victorious Ratchet game for the PS3 shines in our review of Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time.
The Independent Games Festival, the popular industry event highlighting and awarding the talents of independent game developers, has announced the winners of the 2010 IGF Student Showcase, which recognizes outstanding indie game development taking place on school and university campuses around the world.
Bayonetta is pure, unadulterated, fun. It’s a game that represents the complete package – game-play, art, sound, and character.
CARTOON BREW is reporting that a group of spouses married to animators working at Rockstar San Diego are going public with claims of poor working conditions, which include "mandatory to work close to twelve hours a day including Saturdays."
Activision's CALL OF DUTY: MODERN WARFARE 2 has surpassed $1 billion in sales in two months, GAMESPOT reports.
Telltale is giving away the fifth chapter of STRONG BAD'S COOL GAME FOR ATTRACTIVE PEOPLE titled 8-BIT IS ENOUGH, JOYSTIQ.COM reports.
Netflix announced a deal to make its online video streaming service available to Wii owners this spring, VARIETY reports.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has entered into a multi-year exclusive agreement with Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit educational organization behind Sesame Street.
Change always accompanies the new year. And The Anime Beat is no different. That's right folks, I'm continuously expanding this little dog and pony show!