ALL HAIL THE KING | JAPAN: Veteran voice actor Fumihiko Tachiki will be bringing Duke Nukem Forever alive in Japan. (Photo by Game Watch Impress)
PS3 Hacker George Hotz Denies He's Behind the PSN Breach PS3
rapper hacker George Hotz got sued by Sony. He made an rap video that drew comparisons between getting fucked up the ass and the lawsuit. Hotz reached an agreement with Sony, but there's speculation that the famed hacker is still bitter, that he's behind the PSN breach.
The World War Z Game That Could Have Been Max Brooks' World War Z is one of the best books about zombies ever written, using the subject of a zombie apocalypse not as a chance to stage a few cheap scares, but to rewrite the history of the world.
Blizzard Turns up the Heat in World of Warcraft Patch 4.2 World of Warcraft's Cataclysm expansion brought the forces of Ragnaros the Firelord to Mount Hyjal, threatening to destroy the all-important World Tree. Now, the Horde and Alliance take the battle to the Firelord. Blizzard's Cory Stockton talked me through the upcoming 4.2 patch, from the Firelands dungeon to the new legendary weapon casters will be drooling over.
The Most Heroic Restaurant in Japan Kamen Rider is an ass-kickin' Japanese hero. Adults and kids alike enjoy the long-running character's latest incarnation Kamen Rider 000.
Your First Portal 2 DLC Is Only A Few Months Away Portal 2 may only be a week old, but if you've already finished it - and these days I feel like the only person on the internet who hasn't - you won't have too long to wait until there's fresh content for the game.
Catherine 's Cover Art Too Hot For Some ‘Sensitive' American Gamers Atlus will bring the erotic horror puzzle platformer adventure Catherine to the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 this summer in North America. And it will do so with just one small change for one particular demographic: "more sensitive shoppers."
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