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A couple of months ago, a box arrived from headphone specialists Turtle Beach containing a set of PX3 headphones. Just in time for my family to go overseas and talk to me for a month on Skype, and just in time for Battlefield 3, where I'd want my friends to hear me scream as I flew a helicopter... More »
Remember the Dragon spawning exploit in Skyrim? The one that allows you, oh I dunno, to spawn fifty dragons? YouTube user Colloseus X figured out that you can flip off the A.I., spawn large groups of characters, then flip the A.I. More »
Seventeen-year-old Mana wasn't in school. Heck, she wasn't even in her school uniform. Wearing a white bikini, the student-by-day, idol-by-night took the stage earlier this month at the Sofmap in Tokyo's geek district, Akihabara. More »
American accents are everywhere in video games. Even when something is developed in Canada, or Britain, or Japan, the principal characters usually speak with one kind of American accent or another. More »
You may look at Skyrim through the lens of a person who likes video games. Or as someone with an interest in fantasy, or Nordic mythology, or even the structure of game design. More »
Using the wonders of the personal computer, the team at GTAVTV went out and recreated the Grand Theft Auto V trailer, shot-for-shot, only instead of being set in Los Santos it's in GTAIV's Liberty City. More »
YouTube user juicythezombie likes to hoard stuff in Skyrim. Unlike the junk collector we've seen previously, though, he only stashes weapons. Then tries to break his PC by using a shout on them.
That stuttering in the clip above isn't your flash player acting up. More »
Ubisoft has no idea on the topic of piracy and the PC market. None. It must be embarrassing for lower-downs at the company who do have an idea to have to listen to people like Stanislas Mettra open their mouths.
Thankfully, not everybody in the industry shares that stance. More »
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