The NYPD can’t escape scandal lately, from the federal corruption investigation to the tape of a captain seeming to encourage racial profiling that Gawker published this week. Now, a group of cops are reportedly being probed for committing that most grievous of workplace infractions: Playing Pokémon Go on the job.
Professional gamers in China are treated pretty much the same way professional gamers are treated in other parts of Asia; with a certain deference. With the social position comes being a celebrity, and with that celebrity status it makes sense that something as personal as a romantic affair can blow up into something…
Studios may close, servers may crash, projects may be canceled and bankruptcies filed, but these are the given in the video games industry. No matter how regrettable, they still won't be the No. 1 heated controversies in any given year for video games.
South Carolina Lt. Governor Ken Ard resigned this morning following a longrunning scandal during which he admitted he used his campaign funds to buy iPads and PlayStation 3s, news outlet TalkingPointsMemo reports.
Scandalized golfer and serial cheater Tiger Woods is returning to golf. Game company EA Sports is thrilled.
A Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 release without an active star is no longer a going concern, with the golfer's return to active duty at the Masters Tournament next month.
The two games do look mighty similar and have pretty much the same player objective. When people pointed that out in comments for a YouTube trailer of Aquatica, Ketera Software responded by saying the source code was "100% written from scratch."