Atari’s 1981 hit Centipede is an antique in the video game world, but it’s the hottest new thing in the casino industry. Slot machine manufacturers are rolling out a raft of games inspired by the penny arcade, hoping to attract middle-aged gamblers with a dose of nostalgia and the promise of finally cashing in on all those hours spent in front of a screen.
Inside the massive complex on the Las Vegas Strip that houses the glitzy Venetian casino and Sands convention center, amid a soundscape of conflicting noises, thousands of players are mashing buttons while staring intently at flickering screens.
Top Nevada economic development officials are defending a decision to offer incentives to a video game company under attack by the National Rifle Association.
LAS VEGAS (CBS Vegas) — Nothing says love on Valentine’s Day like shooting an ice cream truck from the comfort of your own home. As part of a promotion for upcoming video game “Twisted Metal,” […]
As video game makers continue to roll out military-inspired titles, the public remains concerned about their effect on society.
The popular video game “Tetris” shows promise in helping soldiers fight post-traumatic stress disorder.
The Kinect motion controller goes on sale today.
The justices likely won’t be handling joysticks.
Bad news for the video game industry.