GAME, one of the biggest retailers of video game products in the world, is in serious financial trouble. So much so it's had to enter administration, and part of that deal means the store can't offer refunds or exchanges on its products.
In Northern Ireland, a 13-year-old boy was hauled before a judge to answer for a string of burglaries. The judge asked to know what among the boy's possessions matter most to him. The Xbox 360, the lad replied. Dumbass.
Around a month ago, Xbox Live users were alerted to a phishing scam on popular online title Modern Warfare 2. You'd think this was the work of nefarious group, but no, it was a single perpetrator. Who Microsoft is now working with?
It says a lot about the Metal Gear Solid series that the best description of its follies I've ever seen comes from an Irish comedian.
Tony Hawk: Ride may have been useless as video game, but that sturdy plastic controller may have a second calling as a real skateboard. All you need is your own wheels.
This is a charming short film about everyday people and their World of Warcraft avatars, interviewing a few players while their characters stroll around in the real world.
A couple from Dublin, Ireland had to call the cops last week when their Xbox 360 console was spammed with images of child pornography.
It's Saint Patrick's Day, and before we get around to drinking ourselves into a stupor and starting fights with inanimate objects, we're taking a moment to celebrate our favorite fightin' Irish video game characters.
Sony scares the living shit out the nice folks in Dublin. Ireland today, will full page advertisements for Resistance 2 masquerading as front page stories declaring "America Under Attack!"