This ESPN story on the "mighty mind" of the basketball superstar leads with an unexpected anecdote: LeBron was really, really good at playing....Shaq Fu on the Genesis.
Indie developer Shaquille O'Neal is taking to IndieGoGo for his latest project, a sequel to the critically-panned Shaq Fu.
I'd wager it's safe to say that, when it comes to entertainment, we all enjoy at least a few things that we really shouldn't. Who hasn't gathered their friends around for a joyous viewing of something like "Troll 2" or "Plan 9 From Outer Space"? Personally, I adore terrible movies and music. Whether it's waiting for…
ESPN's E:60 newsmagazine ran an evergreen feature last night on the history of sports video games and, while largely a collection of celebrities' memories, it did feature, at long last, a mea culpa of sorts for Shaq Fu, widely regarded as one of the worst video games of all time.
Now that we had the Oscars last night, it is time to gather a list of games that enhanced their storytelling by featuring real-life actors, actresses and other celebrities—not just as voice actors, but sometimes even as the main characters.
In a post-apocalyptic future a mutation has created a race of sentient zombies that have enslaved mankind. The planet's only hope lies in a warrior of legend known as the Justice Bringer—basketball legend and Kazaam star Shaquille O'Neal.
Paul Cuisset, the man behind the rotoscoped classic Flashback, takes a turn at survival horror with Amy, a tale of post-global warming horror that charges you with protecting one very special little girl.
THQ's new mixed martial arts fighter UFC Undisputed 2010 features a surprising cameo, the only known practitioner of the Shaq Fu arts, basketball player and Kazaam star Shaquille O'Neal.
We realize that one gamer's pain is another's pleasure, so in an effort to diversify the punishment around here, today's session will give you several choices.