The ashes of Cuba’s fallen ruler Fidel Castro were carried to his final resting place this weekend by, fittingly, a Russian UAZ 3151 military vehicle. And perhaps also appropriately, it broke down mid-procession, forcing soldiers to push the vehicle down a street flanked by cheering onlookers.
It will take game developer Josuhe H. Pagliery thirty minutes to load this article in Cuba, where he’s making an indie game. Savior is an artistically ambitious 2D platformer where the protagonist, Little God, realizes it is in a “collapsing video game.” And the challenges Pagliery and his partner Johann Armenteros…
Julien Yuri Rodriguez's grandmother fled Cuba in 1958. She hasn't been back in the real world, but thanks to a virtual reality experience built by her grandson, she can now get close.
Cuba has formally cracked down on its nascent arcade businesses, specifically forbidding their operation after they had opened and operated in a gray area uncovered by the law there for the past three years.
My first, perhaps my only visit to Cuba came last week in a video game that asked me to kill the man responsible for taking my grandfather's property from him and who changed the country so dramatically it ensured our family would never return.
Call of Duty: Black Ops is rubbing one nation the wrong way. Cuba's state-run media has blasted Activision's latest entry in the Call of Duty series as "doubly perverse" propaganda for a story arc involving former president Fidel Castro.