San Diego Comic-Con 2016's begins with this evening’s preview night, when many of the most desirable collectible exclusives will disappear. Then there are there are the exclusives that’ll likely make it through to Sunday, like 24 karat gold Iron Man and Guan Yu Stan Lee.
This happened in Florida, of course, where Aaron Fechter, creator of Whac-a-Mole and Chuck E. Cheese's "Rock-a-Fire Explosion" animatronic band, owns a warehouse. On Thursday, it went kaboom, and cops say an experimental fuel called "Carbohydrillium" is to blame.
In five years of writing about weird crime here, I've heard of gaming consoles being involved in violent crime in just about every way possible—except as a weapon itself. That's one of the many bizarre features of a murder in Florida last Sunday.
How much is the American Dream worth? A Florida man pegs it at $3.5 million, his asking price on eBay for three video game stores that brought him so much success—and the nice homes, automobiles and collectibles going with it.
A Canadian military garrison has a rush order out for 500 video games, a requisition that a headquarters spokeswoman admitted is "strange."
When I returned from Germany after covering Gamescom, the last thing I was expecting to be waiting for me in a UPS box was a bottle of Dream Day Wedding-labeled Merlot.
There are times when just the unvarnished title of a game will make a good headline for a blog post and this is one of those times.