For the first time since 1995, this summer's gaming calendar will not center around E3.
For years, the public has been calling for E3 to open up to, it, the public, and for years the The Entertainment Software Association, who puts on E3, has decided against the idea. But today, that changes,
It's way too early for the hype train of E3 2017 to leave the station, but the Entertainment Software Association, that organizes the event every year, is already making preparations.
Are you ready for E3 2016? Wait, what do you mean with "it's too early?"
On September 24th, the United Nations published a report titled "Cyber Violence Against Women and Girls," heavily alleging a link between gamers and video games and cyber violence against women.
There's a civil liberties war brewing between the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) -- a non-profit organization that boasts the defense of civil liberties in the digital world -- and the Entertainment Software Association (ESA), the group which
Considering how popular and prominent the shooter genre always seems to be, you'd think they'd be the best selling genre overall between games. Turns out that in 2012 they weren't, at least not in the United States.
Are You A College Video Game Creator? You Can Show Off Your Work at This Year’s E3… If You’re Good Enough
The video game industry is a bit scary right now. Longtime video game studios are shutting down left and right, the state of and future of consoles is constantly debated, gun violence is ruining the image
It's no secret that Entertainment Software Association and the City of Los Angeles have been having a bit of a spat recently. Next year there's going to be some major construction going on at the LA Convention
Looks like it pays to go into this crazy industry we all love so. Thirty aspiring game developers have been awarded a collective $90,000 from the Entertainment Software Association in the form of a scholarship to pursue
The Entertainment Software Association announced today that it filed with the US Supreme Court a motion to be reimbursed 1.1 Million Dollars from the state of California, as compensation for the Attorneys' fees spent during the
In the ongoing video games being used as scapegoats dilemma, many anti-gamer supporters blame numerous retailers for young kids getting their hands on rated M video games. Well that “fact” is now dead and buried six feet