Microsoft Corp. today announced the North American launch details of its highly anticipated Microsoft® Xbox video game system and demonstrated its unmatched commitment to delivering the best video game experiences.
Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq “MSFT) and Electronic Arts (EA) (Nasdaq “ERTS”), the leading video games software publisher and developer, today announced that EA will bring its world-renowned games to the Xbox™ video game system, Microsoft’s highly anticipated, future-generation video game console scheduled to launch in fall 2001.
Electronic Arts gives players exclusive backstage passes to square off against their favorite World Championship Wrestling (WCW) superstar with the current release of WCW Backstage Assault for the PlayStation game console.
The most significant consumer electronics product to hit store shelves, the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system, is officially available throughout North America for a suggested retail price of $299 U.S. and $449 CDN., an independent online interactive entertainment company for gamers, announced today the launch of the highly-anticipated SegaNet.
TOKYO, March 2, 1999 -- Sony Computer Entertainment is pleased to announce the completion of its research and development project to design the successor to the PlayStation that was first introduced during 1994 in Japan. The advanced technology of...
Nintendo of America today established a new manufacturer's suggested retail price of $129.95 for Nintendo 64, the world's most advanced video game console. 
Crash Bandicoot will be released September 9th marking the first anniversary of the PlayStation game console, the best-selling next-generation videogame system.
Sony Computer Entertainment America (SCEA) Monday announced that its critically acclaimed car combat game, Twisted Metal, will be available for the Sony PlayStation in North American retail outlets this week. 
Atari Corp.'s highly anticipated multimedia compact disc player for the Jaguar 64 interactive home entertainment system has hit the stores and is jumping off the shelves.