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The Force | LAKE BUENA VISTA, FLA - Stormtroopers lined up this past May during the Star Tours reopening. (Photo: Phelan M. Ebenhack | AP)


Aren't You a Little Short for Star Tours

Pick Apart Modern Warfare 3's New Multiplayer Trailer for Gameplay Clues

Say what you will of the basketcase this franchise's singleplayer has become, one thing it still does very well is multiplayer.
Which, you know, is the reason 95% of people buying this game buy this game. More »


Aren't You a Little Short for Star Tours

These Japanese Schoolgirls Hate Nuclear Power with a Cute Song

If you've played a Japanese video game, watched an anime, or read a manga, you've seen them: schoolgirls. Idols, in particular, are the lighter, fluffy end of the spectrum. More »


Aren't You a Little Short for Star Tours

When You're a Rock Star, You Snort Cocaine off Space Invaders

Noel Gallagher, the former Oasis songwriter, probably doesn't remember most of the 1990s. He was out of his mind, doing drugs-maybe even doing them off a glass top Space Invaders arcade cabinet. More »


Aren't You a Little Short for Star Tours

The People and Places of Crysis 2

Today at Fine Art we're looking at the work of Daniel Rizea, who in the last few years has provided art for games like Crysis, Crysis 2 and Crytek's upcoming fantasy title Ryse.
Rizea hasn't always been at the PC powerhouse; More »


Aren't You a Little Short for Star Tours

Co-Op Comes Very, Very Late to the 40K: Space Marine Party

Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine is out next week. And developers Relic have only today revealed the fact the game will have a co-op mode. It's a late addition to the game; More »


Aren't You a Little Short for Star Tours

Let's Go Shopping For Video Games! (In the 1980's and 1990's)

Ah, paper catalogues. They still make them, but they're not what they used to be. What are now glossy prints highlighting only a select few items from a store used to be informational tomes, full of almost everything you could ever want.
And we all wanted video games, right?
These catalogues,... More »


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