Employers generally prefer their workers not to play video games at work, but that could be set to change if a new initiative has its way.
It should be no surprise the Stranger Things video game has a retro look. The Netflix series is infused with nostalgia from the 1980s and the upcoming project for Nintendo Switch is no different,...
The new PlayStation will feature custom hardware, a solid state drive, 3-D sound support and backwards compatibility, writes Keith Stuart, but it won’t be out in 2019.
A new ‘‘digital native’’-intended model of the Xbox One won’t play discs, but, writes Keza MacDonald, is cheaper as a result.
You know the gaming world has got to a weird stage when the common theme of the reaction to a new game is pleasure that it is not completely broken.
Professional mountain climbers have helped install waterproof tarps over the gutted, exposed exterior of Notre Dame Cathedral, as authorities race to prevent further damage ahead of storms.
Google has unveiled a video-game streaming platform called Stadia, positioning itself to take on the traditional video-game business.
Post-apocalyptic is in vogue right now. The latest series to jump aboard the train is Far Cry with New Dawn, a sequel/spin-off of sorts to last year's somewhat disappointing Far Cry 5.
Once an Otago Nuggets point guard, Scott O’Gallagher is now the brains behind one of the world’s largest video game franchises and rubs shoulders with basketball’s biggest names.
An internet security expert suggests parents play games online with their children to help teach about online safety.
A Hamilton mother has been left devastated after her six-year-old son clocked up a $500 debt on the online game, Fortnite.
Men have been fighting each other since before we were lobsters. We love it. We are evolved mentally and physically for man-on-man fighting.
The PlayStation Classic is Sony’s answer to Nintendo’s mini NES and SNES systems that have proved very popular.
Another busy year of gaming is in the books. Hayden Meikle and Simon Bishop take their usual look at how it all unfolded.
Some of the world's most futuristic technology is coming to New Zealand, but not where you might think.
om Renaissance Italy to Ancient Greece, the Assassin’s Creed franchise has certainly covered plenty of historical eras.
Chen San-yuan turns heads as he cycles through a suburb of Taipei. Why? Attached to the front of his bicycle are 15 mobile phones which the 70-year-old uses to simultaneously play the augmented-reality game Pokemon Go.
Many unnatural forces have stepped in the way of Lara Croft before, and this time it’s the Mayan apocalypse.