Again, Bad Short People Picture Planning

Hrm | CHIBA, JAPAN: Once again, former idol Mari Yaguchi's stature makes for an uneven photo. (Photo: Game Watch Impress)


Again, Bad Short People Picture Planning

How To Play Wii Games In High Definition, On Your PC

Even when it was released in 2006, Nintendo's Wii games were already looking a little past it, stuck as they were in the muddy depths of standard-definition resolution and on relatively old hardware. More »


Again, Bad Short People Picture Planning

The Dancing, Cosplaying Girls Out To Make the Weather Fun

Your local news station might have a weatherman. It might have a weather woman. Taiwan has weather girls-make that, Weather Girls.
Their goal is to make those global forecasts in distant cities exciting. More »


Again, Bad Short People Picture Planning

Behold the Custom Etched Skyrim Controller

Meghan's husband has everything. "For instance, he has two pomegranate spoons," she told Kotaku. "Two of them. I don't know why. He doesn't even like pomegranates all that much."
What do you get the guy who has everything? More »


Again, Bad Short People Picture Planning

It's Time to Drool over Journey Again

The last time I showed you Journey, I showed you the desert. Let's go... underwater?

What I've got for you to look at here is a short video of a new area in ThatGameCompany's lovely-looking spring 2012 PlayStation 3 game. More »


Again, Bad Short People Picture Planning

Yes, Uncharted on the Vita is Like Uncharted on the PS3.

Do we want our console games on our handhelds? Do we want a game in our pocket that plays like a game on our TV? That was the promise with the PlayStation Portable and that is now a promise, thanks to certain games, of the PSP's successor, the PS Vita. More »


Again, Bad Short People Picture Planning

Student Who Never Goes Anywhere without their iPhone

Ah, the iPhone. The person who has the iPhone-and who never doesn't have the iPhone-only needs one gift. But surely there's more than one to recommend.

iTunes Credit
You can't go wrong with this. More »


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