Wikileaks Reveals Al Qaeda Used Sega Cartridges For Explosives

Newly released documents from Wikileaks related to Guantánamo Bay prisoners have an unusual video game connection. According to the Department of Defense's assessment records for Guantánamo detainees Hassan Mohammed Ali Bin Attash and Khalid Shaikh Mohammed—who confessed to masterminding the 9/11 terrorist attacks—Al… » 4/25/11 3:40pm 4/25/11 3:40pm

WikiLeaks' Next Scandal Is...A Halo 3 Collaboration

It seems like an age ago, but the whole WikiLeaks furore kicked off earlier this year with footage of American forces shooting Iraqi civilians. The offending chopper pilots were accused, appropriately, of behaving like they were playing a video game. » 12/17/10 12:00am 12/17/10 12:00am

U.S. Pegs Kim Jong-Il's Second Son As A Gaming Loser

One son of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il is too busy playing video games to take over the country, according to a video game surprise found among the reams of U.S. government cables disseminated by the Wikileaks organization. » 12/09/10 10:40am 12/09/10 10:40am