Touch Me, Because We've Come This Far

Advanced | LONDON, UK: The Game Boy Advance was showed off with Atari's Touch Me at a 2001 game exhibit. (Photo: Sion Touhig/Staff | Getty)


Touch Me, Because We've Come This Far

The Problem With Releasing Duke Nukem Forever After All These Years... I've finished Duke Nukem Forever. There are a lot of things wrong with it, which I'll get to next week in my review. One thing I want to talk about today, though, has as much to do with the game as it has the game's publishers.



Touch Me, Because We've Come This Far

When Xbox Japan Meets Schoolgirls At the Tokyo Game Show, booth companions wear skimpy outfits. Some say it's degrading, some like it. Microsoft's booth companion outfits are cute and designed to show off each woman's best feature, giving them more confidence and making them comfortable.



Touch Me, Because We've Come This Far

A Gallery of Bad-Ass Helmets When Bandai Namco isn't making video games, it's making Gundam toys. And when it's not making Gundam toys, it's making Super Sentai toys. Super Sentai are totally awesome.



Touch Me, Because We've Come This Far

The Gears of War Movie is In "Development Hell"There's been a Gears of War movie in development since 2008. It was supposed to be released in 2010 which, yeah, never happened. We've even had a chance to read a version of the screenplay. So where is this supposed movie?



Touch Me, Because We've Come This Far

Happy 100th Birthday, IBM! As amazing as it may seem for a company we associate with something as modern as computers, IBM was founded on this day, June 16, all the way back in 1911.



This morning, I went to Mini-Bash's pre-school, and we made slime. Yes, slime! Slime that has since found its way into the sofa. –Brian Ashcraft

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