Too bad a Ghost Squad Burn Card doesn't exist in real life. Permanent cloaking could've really helped this poor guy who gets shot in the opening minutes of CBS' hit military murder mystery series.
Here's an oldie but goodie we just found in a re-run. It's a clip from season four, episode 13 of the crime show NCIS—an episode that sees our heroic law enforcers track a suspect down by hacking into his gaming life.
I used to think the CBS Naval Intelligence procedural NCIS was a show aimed squarely at the extremely mature crowd, until a recent episode took an arrow in the knee.
This fall Ubisoft teams up with CBS to bring the award-winning NCIS series to video games, letting fans of special agent Gibbs and crew perform their own Naval criminal investigations, provided they can figure out that confounded video game system.
Surely, the writers of CBS crime drama NCIS know what a massively multiplayer online role-playing game is, right? And that they don't involve "high scores" in the Pac-Man or Galaga sense? Of course they do, so we're taking this recent cameo of faux-MMO Fear Tower 3 as good-natured ribbing.
No entertainment property was beyond the reach Dragon Con's cosplayers in Atlanta this weekend, resulting in our 50-photo gallery featuring everything from Final Fantasy to Flo, the Progressive Insurance spokeswoman.