Another Grand Theft Auto V trailer, another round of people commenting on YouTube, saying the worst/best things you could possibly say about the trailer to a video game.
If David Vonderhaar, design director for Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, thought shining a light on the rancid Twitter spew coming from the game's so-called fans would curb those reactions, well, think again. It's still going strong, and someone's curating it all. Consider this a to-block list for your own Twitter feed.
There are some who would say the decision to bring former Wii U exclusive Rayman Legends to other platforms was a smart business decision. There are other, slightly crazier people—like those in this video—who would use the word betrayal.
Last week I wrote about a silly Twitter exchange between Xbox support and a prankster that pretended to have an issue with an Xbox when in fact he had a PS2. Someone suggested that I look at Xbox support's favstar, which is a service that tracks a Twitter user's 'favorites' with that account. Turns out, trolling…
Xbox support has a Twitter account—it's very helpful and responsive, in my experience! But sometimes, the stuff they have to put up with is so idiotic that I can't believe how patient they are. I know I couldn't be after this exchange on Twitter.
In the wake of the terrible tragedy in Connecticut, initial reports said the shooter was a 24 year-old named Ryan Lanza. Online, people quickly located a Ryan Lanza on Facebook and searched through his profile to see if there were any "clues" they could pin the shooting on. They found their clues... but the wrong…
The BioShock games have always had a weightier tone to them than just shooting things in the face. The first game was lightly basted in an Ayn Rand marinade, while the upcoming BioShock Infinite deals with some tricky issues like racism.
I'm excited about Grand Theft Auto V. You're probably excited about Grand Theft Auto V. And with so many people excited about Grand Theft Auto V, pretty much everyone out there with a keyboard an functioning brain has taken to the internet to voice their opinion about the impressive second trailer that Rockstar…
One of the bigger surprises today wasn't just the reveal of Bayonetta 2, but the news that it's been locked down as a Wii U exclusive. Good news for anyone looking to pick up Nintendo's console, but bad news for 360 and PS3 owners who had no such plans.