Some GTA players have been scouring every inch of Los Santos in the hopes of finding a fabled jetpack or an alien mystery for two years now. So far, they haven’t found their treasure—but they have found some other poignant things along the way.
One of the great accomplishments of Nazi Germany's war machine was a jetpack that propelled their soldiers into the sky. It was a fantastical device whose story has been told many times on the web and it would be even more impressive if it weren't the propaganda of a Holocaust denier disguised as history.
Martin Aircraft Company's "Segway for the sky" is about to go into production. Can anyone lend me $100,000?
Using jet packs as marketing tools has been done before, but in the case of the Halo: Reach launch event held in London's historic Trafalgar Square this morning the spectacle was quite appropriate.
It's the last day to play Halo 2 on Xbox Live, and Bungie is taking the opportunity to deliver long-time players some thank yous and fake news via the game's matchmaking message center.
Airtight Games still has time to wrestle with an apparently common problem: gamers not using all of their abilities in a game.