She plays as an Orc, characters who are arguably the bad guys of the World of Warcraft universe. But last night, Colleen Lachowicz—the Democratic candidate whose activity in World of Warcraft was the subject of a Republican smear campaign—won an election that leveled up her political career.
Whether you're just back from the voting station or you've been playing Halo 4 all day, tonight you'll find out who will be president for the next four years.
If you're like me, you play a lot of video games and just might have a game or two baked into your memory of major historical events. I will always associate election night in 2008, for example, not just with Barack Obama's historic election as America's first black president but as the night I had to choose how to…
President Barack Obama basically annihilated Mitt Romney in a new poll in the key swing state of Ohio. Too bad for Obama that the vote only involved players of the online game Maple Story.
Never one to back away from humorously uninformed hogwash, Fox News has run a new article suggesting that young voters might skip the polls to spend time playing the newly released Xbox 360 game Halo 4.
I don't know what's funnier about this new flash game: The concept, the garbled English header, or the fact that there's an advertisement for Mitt Romney's campaign on the right. Let's just say all of the above.
General consensus is that Mitt Romney won the presidential debate last night. President Barack Obama came in second. Jim Lehrer's moderating skills were a distant third.
Colleen Lachowicz is running for state senate in Waterville, Maine. She also plays a lot of World of Warcraft. According to Maine Republicans, this means that she is unfit for office.
U.S. readers: the presidential debate starts tonight at 9pm ET. Remember, you can watch on Xbox Live.
Four out of every ten Xbox Live users who are registered to vote don't know whether they plan to pick Barack Obama or Mitt Romney in the next presidential election, a Microsoft survey says.
Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man, and even Super Pac-Man... all video games. But not Super PAC—despite its similar name, a Super PAC is in no way related to Pac-Man. It's a term for a controversial type of political action group that's able to accept an unlimited amount of campaign donations and in so doing get around some…