Five fitness games at launch, plenty more since, and still Kinect owners must wait it out for the ultimate interactive workout that seemed inevitable when the motion-sensing device was unveiled.
When Zumba Fitness first released last November, it sold so few copies it didn't get close to breaking into the UK top 40, let alone a sweat.
Epic's Mark Rein has talked up the importance of PC to the future of gaming, insisting: "We're at the stage in the life of the consoles where the PC has shot by them in terms of capabilities."
BAFTA this morning launched its second annual games design competition for kids, to help encourage them to consider a career in the games industry.
As Sonic celebrates his 20th anniversary, Sega West boss Mike Hayes has admitted to "making too many Sonic games", promising: "The development teams now know what they need to do" with future titles.
There's plenty of obvious stuff a games studio is likely to stick on the To Do list when it first rolls-up sleeves to start work on a sequel. Changing the main protagonist, it's safe to say, isn't one of them.
The hack that compromised the personal details of 1.3 million Sega users happened after the company had already tightened security in the wake of the PlayStation Network breach, Eurogamer can reveal.
Gearbox chief Randy Pitchford has reacted angrily to criticism of the portrayal of women in Duke Nukem Forever's controversial "Capture The Babe" multiplayer mode.
I made a note of it. After all, it was a big occasion. 3:35pm, 9th June, 2011. The exact moment it became real, when a courier arrived at my door with a package it would be fair to say I'd been waiting some time for.
PlayStation boss Kaz Hirai has admitted that Sony "may never know" exactly what data hackers stole during the PSN security breach in April.
You've likely seen the big headlines by now and decided whether or not you're impressed by Nintendo's latest vision for the future of gaming. But how much do you really know about Wii U?
Shigeru Miyamoto has blamed the perception of Nintendo as a casual game maker on the decision not to support HD gaming with the original Wii.
Nintendo's Wii U console will not support original models of the Wii controller without a MotionPlus attachment, according to comments made by Shigeru Miyamoto.
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has revealed that the camera built-in to the Wii U controller may feature facial recognition.
Cloud gaming service OnLive is heading to iPad, iPhone and Android tablets and smartphones this autumn, via a new app for the US and Europe.
And the Wii U announcements keep coming. Tecmo Koei has revealed that Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge (working title) is on its way to the new Nintendo console everyone's chattering about.
Ubisoft has just announced a new title in its Michael Jackson: The Experience series, with a touch-based rhythm-action game coming to 3DS and NGP later this year.
Tekken 3D has been confirmed for Nintendo 3DS during the company's ongoing E3 conference.
In a stirring introduction to its E3 conference, Nintendo used a full orchestra to announce plans for the 25th anniversary The Legend of Zelda.
UK studio Just Add Water is the latest to pledge itself to the PlayStation Vita cause, announcing Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee and Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath for the system's launch.
Sega has confirmed that its veteran Virtua Tennis series will be out on court for the launch of PlayStation Vita.
GAME and Play.com have become the first UK retailers to put a price on PlayStation Vita, with both currently listing the Wi-Fi only version for £229.99 and the 3G plus Wi-Fi model for £279.99.
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Sony has lifted the lid on how LittleBigPlanet is making the transition to the newly named PlayStation Vita, promising to "revolutionise portable gaming" in the process.
As part of its ongoing E3 press conference, Sony has announced a range of PS3-exclusive bonuses for upcoming EA titles.
Sony has announced that 8.8m Move controllers have been sold worldwide. The announcement came during the company's ongoing E3 press conference in LA.
Sony US boss Jack Tretton has opened his company's E3 press conference with a public apology to gamers over the PSN security disaster.
Top game designer Michel Ancel has revealed that the sequel to Beyond Good & Evil will not be released on current-gen consoles. Instead, his Ubisoft Montpellier team is focusing on the upcoming Rayman Origins.
The star of the show was undoubtedly iCloud, but as E3 kicked off in Los Angeles, 350 miles north in San Francisco Apple couldn't resist flexing its gaming muscles.