Two days ago, I uploaded a video to YouTube. It featured some awesome automatic Mario Maker levels that basically play themselves. Today, I was dinged with a copyright notice for that same video. The claimant was none other than...Playboy?
Here's an e-mail I received yesterday from a PR person yesterday:
Don't worry, this isn't (very) NSFW. We're here for laughs, not leers.
My worst year on earth may well have been 2005. I had gone from a blood-and-guts newspaper writer to headcount hire sitting in a cubicle with nothing to do for weeks on end. I'd once been the coolest guy at the cocktail party, now I was just another stiff with a badge around his neck in the cafeteria. I'd moved from a…
Jo Garcia, Playboy's noted gamer girl, may star in this wallpaper for The Bunny, but I'm looking at it for the articles in the background, where one of the few non-repeated, non-'shopped items is the venerable, vaguely phallic WICO Command Control. It's laying on its side, north by northwest of her right foot,…
Hoping for a little less clothing in the upcoming Tron Legacy? Playboy has the next best thing, a totally NSFW spread on the video game movie featuring Playmates Sasckya Porto and Irina Voronina on working light cycles.
The best part of Jolt Online's Playboy Party Facebook game isn't unlocking images of scantily clad women, but rather telling all of your friends about unlocking images of scantily clad women.
If Splatterhouse hero Rick's blood runs cold, it's probably because his memory has just been sold. His angel Jennifer is the video game centerfold in the December issue of Playboy.
In the Western version of crime game Mafia II, there are vintage copies of Playboy as collectible items. The game even tracks how long players stare at the centerfolds. Cut that time in half for Japan.
Mafia II's got some issues, but give the devil its due, it's got some nudity in it. Hot Blooded Gaming, to my knowledge, is the first to round up and gallerize all 50 of its collectible Playboy centerfolds.
Playboy has had enough of letting people simply license games based on the magazine and its bunnies, today revealing a deal with online developer Bigpoint to host games on the magazine's website.
There are video games that track the calories you burn while playing them. There are games that count the number of virtual miles you race in them. Mafia II tallies how long you "read" its in-game Playboy centerfolds.
Runes of Magic publisher Frogster brings the spectacle to Gamescom in Germany next month, with a Runes-themed fashion show, a costume contest judged by model Gina-Lisa Lohfink, and a performance by a cappella metal band Van Canto.
Because no one ever signs in-game deals with Hustler, Capcom has teamed up with Playboy to litter Dead Rising 2 with images, magazine covers, and Playboy bunnies galore, including a special upgrade for protagonist Chuck Greene.
Olivia Munn, host of television program Attack of the Show! and Playboy covergirl, was slated to appear in forthcoming Hollywood film Iron Man 2. Then she ended up on the editing room floor.
Gangster title Mafia II is set during the 1950s. That's not only a golden age for organized crimes, but also for photos of naked women.
Every year has its moments suitable for framing. Here, our look back at 2009 presents the ones meant for stuffing under your mattress: It's Kotaku's Year NSFW, which, as the title implies, is NSFW.
It's December. That means Playboy magazine dedicates a handful of pages from its end of year issue to naked video game characters, a marketing ploy typically reserved for the year's more forgettable games. But not this year.
If you're here strictly for girls in lingerie cavorting with plastic instruments, that's at the four minute mark. No one's naked, so that's why I didn't tag this NSFW.