Guy Suing Subway Over Sandwich Length Sues GameStop Over DLC

Electronic Arts may have ended its odious online pass policy, but GameStop still is on the hook. A judge will allow a lawsuit to go forward with allegations GameStop didn't disclose the hidden cost of downloadable content. The plaintiff has also sued Subway for making 11-inch sandwiches and selling them as footlongs. »8/10/13 7:00pm8/10/13 7:00pm

Crimefighting Babysitter Foils PS3 Robbery by Telling Suspect's Mom

Oklahoma's most idiotic robbery (this week) ended in the arrest of two teenagers who brandished a firearm at a babysitter and two children and stole a PlayStation 3 from their home. However, one of the suspects forgot to tuck in his bandana properly, helping Nancy Drew crack the case before the commercial break. »5/11/13 3:00pm5/11/13 3:00pm

Hack Exposes War Z Players' Data, Takes the Game Offline Again

The kazoo still blows for The War Z, the Benny Hill theme of game that saw one of the most inept launches in PC gaming history back in December, a game so bad it was yanked from Steam for about two months. Now the entire game is offline after hackers breached the game's databases and its forums, gaining access to… »4/02/13 9:40am4/02/13 9:40am

Of Course Penn State is Leading EA Sports' NCAA Football 14 Cover Vote

Ostensibly put up to a series of fan-voted Facebook polls, NCAA Football 14 »1/02/13 8:00pm1/02/13 8:00pm's cover also will be . A field of all 126 Football Bowl Subdivision teams was supposed to have been thinned to 32 candidates after Monday, but we don't yet know who the finalists are. With P among fan voting on Facebook—and —I think it's…