A long cross-country road trip and the usual summer new release doldrums have made me fall for a handheld gaming device for the first time ever.
Sony's new PlayStation Vita handheld is an impressive piece of technology, but its high price means its initial customer base will be made up primarily of hardcore handheld players.
On Monday, Sony named and priced its new handheld gaming device, and publishers showed off about a bazillion games. And E3 hasn't even started yet.
Once again, Sony's PlayStation-exclusive baseball game is a polished, no-brainer buy for baseball fans. Its only real weakness is that it takes longer than it needs to to get the hang of the new pitching and hitting controls, thanks to a lack of well-made tutorials and contextual help.
A fast, colorful fighting game and two remakes of classic Japanese role-playing games top this week's new releases. Also worth a look, a semi-obscure role-playing game whose characters are personifications of video game consoles and companies.
A look at titles worth picking up for whatever types of gamers might be on your holiday shopping list.
Both major baseball video game franchises predict a Giants World Series win.
It's officially fall, with "Dead Rising 2," "FIFA Soccer 11," "Wii Party" and a new "Guitar Hero" headlining this week's new releases.