I'd Like a Beer!

Mmm Beer | CIRCA 1940s: A smiling man pours a beer. (Photo: FPG | Hulton Archive/Getty)


I'd Like a Beer!

Modern Warfare 3 in Action Leaves Me Wanting… But What? Modern war in modern cities: Gunfights in the walled canyons of New York City's Financial District, rolling battles in the subterranean train tunnels of London.



I'd Like a Beer!

The Horrible Family Secret of Japan's Anime Envoy Taro Aso was a shit prime minister, but in incidental things that count—shooting guns, collecting comics, and booze— Taro Aso excels. This week, he was named Japan's official anime envoy to China.



I'd Like a Beer!

South Park Shreds EA Sports and Peter Moore South Park never goes harder than when it goes after hypocrisy, and tonight, its allegorical tale involved the NCAA and the obscene profits reaped from what is essentially free labor. Yet EA Sports—and, of all people, its president, Peter Moore—ended up getting it the worst.



I'd Like a Beer!

Dwarf Goo? Tifa Is a Vinyl Fan? It Must Be Anagram Time. Anagrams can be fun if you're into that kind of wordplay. Maybe a little more fun if you're into that kind of wordplay and video games.



I'd Like a Beer!

Modern Warfare 3 in Action Leaves Me Wanting... But What? Modern war in modern cities: Gunfights in the walled canyons of New York City's Financial District, rolling battles in the subterranean train tunnels of London.



I'd Like a Beer!

Microsoft is Helping an Xbox Live Hacker "Develop His Talent" Around a month ago, Xbox Live users were alerted to a phishing scam on popular online title Modern Warfare 2. You'd think this was the work of nefarious group, but no, it was a single perpetrator. Who Microsoft is now working with?



Kind of want beer! I haven't had any recently. Mike was talking up Belgian beer last night... To the liquor store! –Brian Ashcraft

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