Real Cars Versus Virtual Ones

The Benz | TOKYO, JAPAN: Sony held a GT5 event in Roppongi. (Photo: Game Watch Impress)


Real Cars Versus Virtual Ones

Don't Get Mad at Need for Speed: The Run's Biggest Star

Mad Men star Christina Hendricks' latest role? Need for Speed: The Run.
According to PopWatch, the actress will play a character by the name of Sam Harper. More »


Real Cars Versus Virtual Ones

China's First Game Console Dated and Priced

The iSec, Lenovo's home game console, was supposed to be out this fall. According to Chinese reports, it will get a limited release this December in the Mainland. More »


Real Cars Versus Virtual Ones

Nintendo's 3DS Circle Pad Coming to America by 2012

The 3DS' circle pad, a monstrosity so far seen only in Japan, will be released in the US in early 2012.
A Capcom representative has revealed that the attachment, which gives the Nintendo handheld a second thumbstick (well, circle pad), will be "available for use" with Resident Evil: More »


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The Cartoon Concept Art of Mass Effect & Dragon Age

Matt Rhodes is an artist who has worked on two of BioWare's biggest games in recent years, namely Mass Effect 2 and Dragon Age 2.
What I love about his style, and why we're featuring it here today, is that it's often not as "realistic" as other pieces of concept art you'll see. More »


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The World's Most Amazing (and Painful) Video Game Setup

When Battlefield 3 is out next week, we'll all be playing it on either a TV or a monitor. Some of us on a big TV. Sadly, we won't be playing like this guy is, on a rig that includes five HD projectors, surround sound, a treadmill and...paintball guns?
Britain's The Gadget Show got a chance to step... More »


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This Ryu Cosplay Is an Animated GIF Waiting To Happen

Cosplay is not easy. And this Ryu cosplayer gets the costume part totally right. He also does a solid job uttering "Hadouken!"
It's when he actually starts trying to pull off Ryu's moves when things go south. More »


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