Cuba has formally cracked down on its nascent arcade businesses, specifically forbidding their operation after they had opened and operated in a gray area uncovered by the law there for the past three years.
PAX East kicks off this morning in lovely scenic Boston, beginning with the big Blizzard Entertainment Presents panel from 10:00 to 10:30 Eastern. Or at least I am assuming it's big. Perhaps I should just stick with "new" until the mystery is solved.
Matt Siegfried wanted to be first.
After spending the entire weekend trying to get good shots and video on a dimply lit show floor with a mobile phone, Blizzard walks in, drops a load of professionally shot official BlizzCon 2011 photos and a small video on my desk, and then disappears in a puff of smoke. Jerks.
Does this make me Warchief? Weighing in at 18 pounds and forged from steel, Epic Weapons' Doomhammer replica is one mighty meat tenderizer. If I can scrape up $300 we might have a new banhammer on our hands.
After taking the stage as Tenacious D's drummer at BlizzCon 2010, Dave Grohl returns with his own damn band to play out BlizzCon 2011.
With the Pokémon Global Link service, Pokémon Black and White players can sync their game data with their PC and enter a magical world that exists in the dreams of pocket monsters. Join me on my first trip to this Pokémon Dream World.
It's time for BlizzCon 2010, Blizzard's annual fan gathering and celebration of all things Diablo, StarCraft, and Warcraft. What does Blizzard have in store for fans this year?
Quieting the obnoxious plastic horn in the Wii version of 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa requires that you first win a game. In the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions, vuvuzela volume is an audio menu option. Seen on Reddit.
Now you can let people all over the world tell you how much you suck, as gaming community Xfire teams with live video company Livestream to create a live broadcast service for gamers.
Fears that Thailand's online gaming shops could be a major hub for swine flu transmission were realized this week, as a computer game shop employee became virus' 17th Thai victim.