Asian indices were broadly lower early Thursday, as a rout in energy stocks and a slew of disappointing corporate earnings weigh on regional markets.» Read More
Japanese video game maker Nintendo posted a worse-than-expected operating loss in the second quarter as it struggles with shrinking sales.
Investors are paying close attention to this reporting season which will give insights into how profitability is holding up following the tax hike.
Japan will be the market to watch this week on the back of key data and as earnings season in the world's third-largest economy kicks into full gear.
After a streaming porn site offered to sponsor competitive gaming, many gaming groups indicated the sponsorship could violate policies.
Asian equities extended losses into a third session on Wednesday following a selloff on Wall Street overnight and steady Chinese inflation data.
Philips Electronics said on Friday it had won a patent infringement cases against Nintendo in the United Kingdom.
Asian stock markets were mixed on Wednesday as investors looked ahead to the Federal Reserve's policy decision.
There's so much going on at E3 that it's hard to keep up with everything being shown, talked about and hinted at.
Some of the choices will be out this year. Others won't hit until 2015 or possibly later. Either way, here's what turned our head at this year's E3.
The excitement that surrounds new game systems often has a sweeping effect on share prices of companies in the video game space.
As Microsoft and Sony gear up for another face-off, one analyst says this may be the "final battle" in the console wars.
Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo, looking to expand the content their game offerings, are courting independent developers.
Creator Alexey Pajitnov says he didn't make money from Tetris for 10 years and he spills more little-known facts from the game's early days.
Asia stocks ended mostly higher on Tuesday following a pick up in Chinese consumer inflation, but Japanese shares fell on profit-taking.
Just seven years ago, Nintendo was the undisputed king of the video game world. How times change.
Asian shares were mostly lower on Friday as caution over U.S. jobs data overshadowed Wall Street's record and the ECB's stimulus measures.
Nintendo is apologizing after being criticized for not recognizing same-sex relationships in English editions of a life-simulator video game.
You'd never guess who's getting rich on YouTube. Would you believe elementary girls that play with food, video gamers and toy collectors.
Asian shares rebounded on Thursday following the previous day's sharp sell-off as investors await trade figures from China.
Asian equities were sharply sold off on Wednesday on mounting concerns that Ukraine was on the brink of a civil war.