Violent video games tied to teen aggression

Adolescents who play violent video games may become increasingly aggressive over time, a new study of Japanese and U.S. teens suggests.

Game makers predict jingle bells at registers

Video game sales are expected to be strong this year and in 2009, despite the economic troubles that have hurt some retail stores that sell the games, industry executives said on Thursday.

Aquaria [(universal) Demo]

A massive ocean world, teeming with life and filled with ancient secrets. Join Naija, a lone underwater dweller in search of her family, as she explores the depths of Aquaria. As players navigate through Aquaria’s richly textured surroundings, Naija learns to defend herself, heal, and to change her form for combat, stealth, speed, and more … skills she will need to defend herself against the perils of the deep.

EA debuts fitness video game for Wii

Electronic Arts Inc unveiled its first personal training product on Thursday, tapping into the growing appeal of video games as fitness systems as seen with Nintendo’s hit title “Wii Fit” earlier this year.