Leathers | TAIPEI, TAIWAN: Sony showed off the PS Vita and Shinobido 2 in Taipei recently. (Photo: Game Watch Impress)
Located in a South China shopping mall, this shop doesn't merely "fix" consoles. It fixes them so they can run pirated games.
Common throughout the country, the "Chinese pirates hacking den", as website China Underground called it, specializes in flashing (modding) Xbox 360 and hacking consoles... More »
In the interview above, the America's Top Model winner and PlayStation The Tester star Adrianne Curry tries to sell our own Stephen Totilo on her new pheromone-infused fragrance aimed at gamers. More »
A Red Dead Redemption fansite has been holding court with some interesting interviews lately with the Western's cast, and the latest - with Rob Wiethoff, voice of John Marston himself - is no exception.
Wiethoff makes Rockstar, who we normally assume to be a slightly eccentric, paranoid bunch,... More »
The Taj Mahal built in snow? Aizuwakamatsu Castle? Taiwan's National Palace Museum in ice? Meh! (Okay, all these are pretty cool, but stick with me.) The Sapporo Snow Festival isn't only frozen famous landmarks, it also showcases some of the geekiest snow sculptures on Earth. More »
To commemorate the opening of Skyrim's fancy new Creation Kit on Valve's Steam service, Bethesda and the creators of Portal have teamed up to release an official mod. More »
Nathan Drake has recently purchased a new MacBook, after talking to several of his friends about it for several weeks. He has done more discussing the MacBook than he has actually using it, and secretly he enjoys causing the icons to sort of ‘pop' along the bar at the bottom of the screen more... More »
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