The Internal Revenue Service isn't all about taking your money. It's also about saving you money by foregoing NASCAR sponsorships in favor of a virtual presence in Second Life.
Just like the Army, the U.S. Air Force uses games to help potential recruits connect with their organization. Just not quite as well.
Six years after the first Army-branded game took the country by storm, the U.S. Army is ready to roll out sequel number two, announcing America's Army 3, due out later this year.
You know the United States Army is hard up for recruits when they start poking around in the unicorn-filled virtual world of Linden Labs' Second Life.
Curt Schilling's 38 Studios has just added two new players to its lineup of award-winning game talent, snagging a composer from EA and an interface designer from Blizzard to work on their R. A. Salvatore meets Todd McFarlane MMO project. Most notable of the two new additions is audio pioneer Aubrey Hodges, who was…