A social media furore has meant that one of the “biggest football stories of the year” may be included in future FIFA video games.
TOKYO, Sept 16- This week's Tokyo Game Show is one of the world's biggest draws for gamers and developers, but the talk amid the virtual reality headsets and robot arms is of the industry giant that never turns up: Nintendo Co Ltd. It was a rare public splash, and gamers in Tokyo read Miyamoto's guest Apple appearance as a sign that executives in Nintendo's spartan...
Andrew Wilson, Electronic Arts CEO, discusses the next big trends in video games and how the company will be taking advantage of technologies like virtual reality and augmented reality.
CHIBA, Sept 15- Sony Corp aims to extend content for its dedicated virtual-reality headset into non-gaming areas such as TV and film, and has no plans to join the burgeoning market for smartphone-based headsets, its gaming division chief said. Andrew House, Sony Interactive Entertainment Inc's chief executive, said in an interview on Thursday he was already in...
VR and its potential implementation into next-generation consoles are likely to be key discusion points, says Moor Insights & Strategy's Patrick Moorhead.
TOKYO— Sony Corp.' s video game division is readying not just games but also music, movies and other kinds of entertainment for its Virtual Reality headgear, set to go on sale next month. Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan Asia President Atsushi Morita appeared at a Tokyo event Tuesday, ahead of the Tokyo Game Show annual exhibition opening later this week.
Holidays aren’t far off and a new game console may be on the list. Here’s the breakdown of the latest from Sony PlayStation and Microsoft’s Xbox.
HP Enterprise, Intel and Sony are making headlines this Thursday morning before the opening bell.
Sony unveiled two new versions of its PlayStation 4 Console in an effort to help Sony maintain its sales lead over Microsoft and Nintendo.
TOKYO, Sept 8- Nintendo Co's surprise announcement that its popular game franchise Super Mario Bros would debut on Apple Inc's new iPhone propelled its shares sharply higher on Thursday on hopes the firm had at last embraced mobile gaming. "Launching a well-known Nintendo character on the globally penetrated iPhone is one of the best scenarios that investors...
TOKYO, Sept 8- Shares of Nintendo Co surged as much as 18 percent on Thursday, propelled by a surprise announcement at Apple Inc's iPhone launch event of the debut of the Japanese firm's popular game franchise Super Mario Bros on the iPhone. "Launching a well-known Nintendo character on the globally penetrated iPhone is one of the best scenarios that investors...
CNBC's Landon Dowdy reports the latest of what Sony has to offer, including features of their new Playstation 4 Pro.
Jason Robins, DraftKings CEO, talks about getting the legal OK to operate in New York and the best bets this season. Also Robins weighs in on growing fantasy sports in overseas markets, and changes in advertising.
*Sees 3rd- qtr profit 53- 58 cents/ shr vs est. The company said it expects to earn 53- 58 cents per share in the third quarter. Analysts on average were expecting a profit of 53 cents, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.
GameStop's second quarter net sales fell to $1.63 billion from $1.76 billion, missing the analysts' average estimate of $1.72 billion, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. Net income rose to $27.9 million, or 27 cents per share, in the quarter, from $25.3 million, or 24 cents per share, a year earlier. Excluding items, the company earned 27 cents per share, in line with...
A weeklong charitable stream on Twitch breaks the St. Jude record for donations from a video game community.
Some of virtual reality's biggest hits might not be games, but immersive educational experiences, said Sony's Richard Marks.
Discussing what works in virtual reality and forecasting advancements to come with Richard Marks, Sony Magic Lab R&D.
In an industry that makes its fortunes off of annual franchises, Electronic Arts' "Madden NFL" remains king of the hill.
Augmented reality app Pokemon Go swept the world with millions of people trying to capture virtual Pokemon characters on their smartphones. CNBC’s Julia Boorstin has the latest on the fad going out of style.