Comics aren't the centerpiece of comic-cons anymore. For better or worse, the nerd gatherings that bear that nomenclature feature all sorts of pop culture, but I guess "culture-con" doesn't roll off the tongue quite so appealingly.
Fans looking to delve deeper into the cyberpunk dystopia of the Deus Ex series need look no further than Deus Ex: The Icarus Effect, a novel coming next year from Del Rey and tie-in author supreme James Swallow.
The 3DS isn't the first Nintendo console to enter the public consciousness with a name that's never actually used. Plenty of other machines have also been revealed with names never destined for a retail shelf.
Atari held tryouts at their Ready 2 Rumble Revolution booth to see who could pull off best "Let's Get Ready To Rumble!" impression. What better judge to have than the man himself.
Classic gaming website Good Old Games takes the last few moments of 2008 to bolster their adventure game line up with two more titles from Revolution Software's Broken Sword series.
Meet the man called "Wii". Wii Yatani is a graphic designer and the son of Japanese parents. Did his mother and father name him after the Nintendo Wii? No way! He's 26-year-old. The name "Wii" certainly isn't common in Japan, and the kanji characters used in his name mean "universe" and "will power". And picking the…
Nintendo's Wii is leaving a lot of Revolution fans with a burning sensation. The photoshops are flowing like an awkwardly named Japanese game console after a suitcase of beer. From game forums like GAF, Penny Arcade and Quarter to Three to CNN, MTV, ABC and other proper demonstrations of three letters strung together,…