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Kim Dotcom is the Internet playboy who made his zillions by founding the now-defunct (and Anonymous cause celebre du jour) Megaupload, and also from the blatant hosting of pirated content there. But he also led a secret life, did you know? He is the deadliest shooter in all of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. Really. More »
Electronic Arts is suing the maker of a military helicopter, plainly hoping to establish a precedent that expands creative freedom for all video game developers. But if EA's notorious for anything involving licenses, it's the ones it holds that prevent others from building similar games. So is EA going to kill its own golden goose, which makes Madden the sole NFL football game, and Need for Speed the only place where you'll find Porsche? More »
The four series of Mass Effect 3 figurines being offered by Big Fish games (announced back in December) are certainly nice enough collector's items. They will also come with a card (one per figure) promising "access to downloadable in-game content." One figurine is $17.99; a set of four is $67.99. All four series, then, would cost $271.96, or about 32,000 Microsoft points. Ouch. More »
Defeated presidential hopeful Herman Cain, who admitted to GQ that he committed to memory the lyrics of the title theme to Pokémon: The Movie (even if he didn't know that's what it was at the time) finally dropped the gloves and sang said song, on a dais in front of a gospel choir, during South Carolina's primary election Saturday. More »
Anonymous continues to lash out following the seizure of Megaupload and the jailing of its founder, having momentarily deleted both CBS.com and UniversalMusic.com. Xbox Live has been threatened, but is that credible? More »
Mass Effect 3 will introduce James Vega, a new character whose journey through the story is included to help newcomers understand the trilogy. The voice actor for Vega is this man, Fred from Scooby Doo. Zoinks! More »
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