Any parent who says that playing video games is a waste of time obviously never heard of the Let's Play movement taking YouTube by storm, and they obviously never heard of PewDiePie.
Yes, it completely baffles me but it's true: You can actually play games in YouTube. I kid you not, this is real and it's becoming a real thing.
Videogame streaming company Twitch may soon become part of the Google family. New reports suggest that Google subsidiary YouTube is about to spend $1 billion on purchasing the upstart company.
Boogie2988, better known as “Francis the rager”, came forward to talk openly and honestly about the YouTube scandal involving major game publishers such as EA and Microsoft, and how it happens a lot more often than you might think.
Electronic Arts sent out a response regarding the scandal involving their media program called Ronku, which works with established content creators on YouTube to promote EA's products.
Microsoft has quickly retracted their stance on the XB1M13 campaign and they are now claiming that they had no involvement or knowledge of the partnered contract that Machinima had concocted.
When your console is getting trashed by anyone who doesn't watch TV on their TV, when you have no idea how to win over the silent Japanese audience and when some people still think your system is an NSA Spybox incarnate, there's only one solution left: pay for good publicity.
Soon Dead or Alive 5 will make it easier for players to share their match replays. The next patch for the fighting game will allow replays to be directly uploaded to the Internet. The new feature will be added to both the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions. 360 players will be able to upload their replays to Facebook.
For those of you who picked up a Wii U to serve as a multimedia hub rather than just a dedicated gaming device, you’ll be happy to know that one more toy has been added to the chest as the Wii U YouTube (Wii U Tube?) app is now live.
FreddieW, champion of YouTube and hero to creative underdogs the world around, has assembled a team of the most popular, most badass gaming legends of today's generation to face off against old-school minions and icons...and the results aren't pretty.
You could always visit YouTube on the PlayStaiton 3’s web browser but, as anyone who has ever done so can attest, it hasn’t exactly been a great experience. The page has a problem with freezes, hiccups and the image is never a very good quality. That’s all about to change as Sony has announced the official launch of the YouTube app for PlayStation 3.
Have you ever been in the middle of playing your favorite portable game and thought to yourself, “Self, I sure would rather be watching a video of a squirrel trapped on a spinning bird feeder right about now.” Well, thanks to yesterday’s PlayStation Network update, all the joys of YouTube are finally available on your shiny new Vita.
The Michael Bay trailer may (or may not) have worked for Need for Speed: The Run, because the game catered itself mostly toward the young 14-year old male who likes explosions, sexy women and fast cars. For Battlefield 3 EA went a different route by getting an indie film maker to put together a commercial for their very popular first-person shooter.
Microsoft is continuing their efforts to make the Xbox 360 an overall entertainment device rather than simply a video game console. During their E3 press conference, they announced several new features they're adding to Xbox Live.
Well, it turns out Google will be making a foray into gaming after all. No, they're still not buying Valve, but their subsidiary, video-sharing website YouTube, will now sell video games.