Designer Abhishek Singh built an AR app for Microsoft Hololens that superimposes the first level of Super Mario Bros. over the real world.
This designer made his own crazy version of Super Mario Bros.
Two years ago, people thought Nintendo might get out of video game hardware after the Wii U. It wasn't the first time.
Mike Vorhaus, president of Magid Advisors, talks about how video game industry players can monetize their businesses.
Nintendo America president Reggie Fils-Aime says he's not worried about the Xbox One X because Nintendo appeals to all ages.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin talks gaming and the Xbox One X with Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime, from the E3 Expo in Los Angeles.
A year ago virtual reality was the hot thing at the E3 video game conference. This year, things are a bit different.
California gaming company Candy Lab has filed a lawsuit over a new Wisconsin ordinance, Vocativ reports.
PlayStation software sales led by games such as "Horizon: Zero Dawn", hit 487.8 million copies.
Tom Rogers, WinView Games executive chairman, discusses his company's foray into e-gaming.
Microsoft announced the Xbox One X, a more powerful gaming console it hopes will be more competitive against Sony's PlayStation 4.
Microsoft, on Sunday, announced its new Xbox, formerly known as "Project Scorpio," will carry a hefty $499 price tag.
It will be the first time the general public is allowed to see games that in some cases aren't finished yet.
Sony Corp has sold more than one million units of its virtual reality (VR) headset, the chief of the Japanese firm's gaming unit said.
The NBA is looking into launching a separate eSports league for, NBA China's CEO said Wednesday.
If you're lucky enough to hit the jackpot, the right financial planner can help you avoid mistakes that have bankrupted other winners.
Digital video game sales were up 9 percent in April from last year, but pulled back from March's record high.
The world's number one champion of the ancient Chinese board game Go is battling against a computer program built by Google in a set of three matches
Nintendo to double the production of its Switch console due to high demand
Japanese gaming firm Nintendo plans to release a smartphone game based on the "The Legend of Zelda", the Wall Street Journal reported.
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