Though it features plenty of stumbles along the way, "Infamous 2's" ending is just as explosively amazing as the first game's beginning.
It's another slow week for new games, but "World of Warcraft" has gone free-to-play up to level 20, and there are sales everywhere.
Based on what I saw at Microsoft's X10 media event, Ruffian Games' "Crackdown 2" could be this year's "Borderlands." With four-player online co-op, offliine split-screen co-op an the ability to create mayhem on foot or in vehicles, the open-world supercop game is coming along nicely.
A look at the video games that captured my imagination almost as much as "Dragon Age: Origins," my 2009 game of the year.
Holiday gift suggestions for just about every gamer on your list.
A partial rundown of what retailers have to offer in the way of Black Friday video game sales.
Sony's announcement of a $100 price drop for the PlayStation 3 should signal the beginning of the end of the $400 video game console, at least until the next round of hardware.
Despite a plot ripped from the pages of countless comic books, the brilliantly written "inFAMOUS" nails what it must feel like to be a newly minted superhero. You'll flex your muscles and think, "Look what I can do," as you shoot lightning from your hands and skate across power lines. But you'll also grow weary of administering to the sick, chasing down muggers and posing for photographs when you've got bigger fish to fry.