WORKING 7 To 7 | My third office is whatever seat I can find on the daily commuter train. The gin and tonic is extra. (Photo by Crecente)
Home Sheep Home, you're no Angry Birds-at least not when it comes to value. You may be a handsome, amusing diversion for the iPhone and iPod touch, but there's just not enough of your sheepish, physics-based puzzle solving to go around.
Home Sheep Home, based on Aardman's Shaun the Sheep and... More »
Back in my day the men and women of the California Highway Patrol were a shining beacon of hope, justice, and racial diversity. The sort of organization that would never have one of their own arrested for allegedly stealing an Xbox from a Target store. More »
In today's Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Kain's Legacy asks a poignant question: Why do we invest so much time in massively multiplayer online games that will one day cease to be?
I was reading the article about the Lineage servers closing and it just got me thinking. More »
Video games let us be heroes. They let us don the cape, wave the flag, put on the badge, hoist the blue lightsaber or simply face the fires of dragons to save the princess. More »
If you're going to review Portal 2, that's cool with me if you don't bring up Jesus. Seriously, I'm totally okay with that.
I reviewed Portal 2 here and I didn't once mention Jesus, or any other religious figure. More »
Alright, alright, so there are some greens and reds intermingled with the rich, golden hues of Eidos Montreal's new Deus Ex prequel, but this game's so luscious and brassy it's going to sound redundant when Square Enix announces it's officially gone gold. More »
Who are these three mysterious additions to Diablo III? They're not new character classes in Blizzard's upcoming action-role-playing game; they're "Followers," the co-op companions you'll play alongside in the next Diablo game.
The Enchantress, Scoundrel and Templar appear to be the Diablo III... More »
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