G4 may still live: months after laying off a number of staff and canceling both of the struggling channel's flagship gaming shows, NBC Universal has decided to keep G4 alive, The Hollywood Reporter reports.
Via Blair Herter, here's the cast and crew of G4's X-Play saying goodbye as they shoot their last episode.
Longtime gaming personality Adam Sessler is no longer at G4, the TV host's representative said today.
Join Michael Winslow—the noise-making star from Police Academy—on a cursory run through The History of Videogame SFX. Indeed the video is far from exhaustive, going from the blips of Pong (1972) to those of Portal (2007) without much in between: just a few other arcade legends and shooters. All sounds like a bunch of…
This ad for Gunnar's Retweet to Win-This Giveaway has me wondering if Gunnar's gaming eyewear comes in an opaque variant. I'd rather not see anything anymore. That Sessler is a far braver man than I.
To celebrate the 1,000th episode of G4's Attack of the Show, Nerf Herder front man Parry Gripp composed this stirring ode to the brave women of video game retail.
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In the latest edition of Sessler's
Soupbox Soapbox, Adam addresses a problem that I've been noticing more and more myself lately, PC recommended specs that still won't allow you to max out your settings. Required specs are supposed to where you need to play the game with the bells and whistles turned…
Weren't those G-Phoria awards exciting last night? I was on the edge of my seat the entire time! Okay, I was at Walmart buying cat litter, but I did brush precariously close to some seats in the office furniture section. So what did I miss? Nintendo getting shut out of every award except best racing game for Mario…