Video Game Titles
Explore the inner-workings of your favorite video game titles. Learn more about Halo 3 and America's Army, among others.
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How the PlayStation Camera Works
10 Reuses for Old Video Game Controllers
Are cheat codes really cheating?
Are there video games designed for moms?
How are video games regulated in the U.S.?
How the Nintendo Power Glove Worked
How Xbox One Works
How PlayStation 4 Works
The Candy Crush Quiz
Is the 'Blue Whale' Online Game Pushing Teens to Suicide?
The 10 Best U.S. Cities for Gamers
Buying movies, video games and music online may be convenient, but what if the company you bought it from stops providing it or goes out of business? You could be out of luck.
By Talon Homer
With more than 40 million "experiences" (they don't call them games) to choose from, there's something for everyone in Roblox. Take this quiz to learn more.
By Alia Hoyt
Tetris was developed during the Cold War by a puzzle-happy programmer working for the Russian Academy of Sciences. So how did this addictive game break free of the Iron Curtain?
By John Donovan
The role playing game upended the video game industry two decades ago, and still looms large on its 20th anniversary.
NDGT's ambitious plan would create an educational game with input from George R. R. Martin, Neil Gaiman, Bill Nye and Amy Mainzer, among others.
A pocket monster by any other name would smell as sweet. But it would also raise issues of fan respect, linguistics, politics and cultural imperialism.
By Chris Opfer
For years, kids have been filling their Pokédexes with Pokemon they've caught in Nintendo's digital fields. Why has it stayed so popular while other franchises haven't?
By Bryan Young
Computer games have long been a place to escape from reality. Unless, of course, that game is about your life.
By John Donovan
Musicians may thumb their noses at the skill it takes to strum buttons on a plastic guitar. But some of that Guitar Hero dexterity could benefit a novice learning to play the real instrument.
Read our review of this science-fiction shooter game developed by 2K Games, Venom Games and Human Head Studios for the Xbox 360.
Return to the world of Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell series with Splinter Cell: Double Agent, a multi-platform action shooter game. This time, Sam faces his biggest challenge yet, and you'll face many new challenges, too, as you learn the art of being a double agent.