Annie Leibovitz used the cast of the new Spider-Man musical for a Vogue fashion shoot. Take a closer look at the $60 million musical. Fingers crossed for a Carnage solo where he writes on the walls with his own blood.
Last night the Springfield, Ore., Game Crazy treated about a dozen people to tailgate food and a Madden tournament. Despite the hype, the launch memories many of them shared had little to do with the highest-selling franchise of all time.
Last year this building - around the block from E3 - was plastered with Robert Downey Jr. in blackface for "Tropic Thunder." Now it sports the visage of
Bret Michaels Snow from Final Fantasy XIII.
This incredibly deep flowchart nails the entire spectrum of decision-making Ken presents to 98.7 percent of those who play Street Fighter - especially jump backwards-Hadouken!
Ordinarily I'd look at these Wii screenshots and think, it doesn't look like much (get those spiders!) but it'll probably look great on the core consoles. Then I remember it's not being made for them.
So there was the Periodic Table of Game Characters, and that spawned numerous imitators and spinoffs. Now we've graduated to the Periodic Table of Controllers: Console peripherals on top, handheld controls at the bottom.
Here's three new screenshots of Witcher: Rise of the - WAIT A MINUTE, IS THAT BOOBIE?
Yesterday our sister site Lifehacker posted a collection of eye-popping desktop wallpapers they found, and it is too good not to share over here.
The cooperative multiplayer fun of the PC version of CDV's action role-playing game Sacred 2: Fallen Angel is alive and well in the upcoming console versions, and we've got the screenshots to prove it.
Here's another roundup of multimedia laffs culled from the Interwebs. I make no representations of the freshness/expiration/ enjoy-by dates of any of this, only that I consider it gaming germane, and, at minimum, grimace-inducing.
First up, a 4chan MS paint rage-meme cartoon figures out the origin of the Xbox…
A gamer's fourth Xbox 360 red-ringed, and a veritable who's-who of consoles turned out to pay their respects and show their anguish that so many are dying so young, and so senselessly.
Well, it's noon, that means we can break out the porn. I have to wonder what Juan over at Kezins is doing in his spare time, if he has room for this kind of research. Actually, check that, I don't want to visualize what Juan does in his spare time.