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One of the world's largest and most respected humanitarian groups in the world is investigating whether the Geneva and Hague conventions should be applied to the fictional recreation of war in video games.
If they agree those standards should be applied, the International Committee of the Red Cross... More »
If you're lucky or just old, you can remember the classic stand-up arcade era, where Pac-Man machines stood next to Defender and/or Donkey Kong and people lined up for the chance to play. More »
Raise your hands if you remember that weird Dungeons & Dragons cartoon that ran from 1985 to 1987. That show was clearly made to capitalize on the popularity of D&D, but I still tuned in every week with the hopes that it'd get better. More »
I have asked Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime about a video game called Mother 3 so many times that, in recent years, he would bring it up before I did.
He'd laugh about the question. More »
It's not a Photoshop and it's not a lie. Seattle-based game developer Chandana "Eka" Ekanayake really did see a Valve Software employee wearing a Half-Life 3 t-shirt at a local developer event last night.
Eka is sure that the man wearing the shirt works for Valve, the great video game company that... More »
They're good enough for a console but made for a mobile; at least three out of this week's five Gaming Apps of the Day could pass for at least previous generation console games. More »
There are plenty of musical takes on Skyrim's many beautiful songs, but this is my favorite of the week, sung by the talented, and bilingual, Malukah from Monterrey, Mexico.
It's a touch on the echoey side, but I'm still loving it and I bet you will too. More »
Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies is a fun, slick iPhone and iPad game in its own right, supporting both single player and multiplayer marathons sessions of first-person shooter survival against hordes of zombies. More »
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