She's told you about the Good, now it's time for Susan Arendt to share her views on the Bad and the Ugly of E3.
Jack Tretton promises that PlayStation Home will be worth the wait, but after taking a tour of Sony's virtual world, I still just don't get it.
BioWare showed off just a small portion of its upcoming RPG Dragon Age Origins at this year's E3, but it was enough to rekindle our interest in this long-awaited game.
Sackboys and jetpacks and rock stars that sing, these are a few of Susan Arendt's favorite things from this year's E3.
With Left 4 Dead, Valve proves that the only thing more fun than killing zombies is killing zombies with your friends.
Bethesda's take on Fallout is huge, beautiful, and feels more than a little familiar.
Last night, Rock Band developer Harmonix treated a few lucky game journalists to a once in a lifetime event: a private concert with rock legends The Who.
Has the game industry finally reached a turning point in widespread cultural acceptance? ESA's President, Michael Gallagher, weighs in on the subject in his E3 keynote.
While Mario is off roaming the galaxy, Wario is going old school for this 2-D platformer.
Does Nintendo's MotionPlus controller really make the new Wii Sports that much better? Yep.
Animal Crossing: City Folk is a better looking, slightly larger version of the DS version, and is just as adorable and addictive as ever.
Mike Wilson isn't a politician, or a big thinker. He's just a game company CEO who's had enough. Enough infighting, enough censorship and enough not fun-ness. So he's decided to do something about it.