GET OVER HERE | HOLLYWOOD, CA: The unleashing of Warner Bros.' Mortal Kombat Legacy at Saint Felix II and its lovely ice sculpture. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for Warner Bros.)
South Korea this week passed a new law that would ban children under the age of 15 from playing online games between midnight and 6 a.m., The Chosunilbo reports.
The National Assembly legislation is aimed at "protecting children from game addiction". More »
In Guild Wars the warlike, feline Charr were one of the greatest threats the humans of Tyria had ever faced. In Guild Wars 2 they might be Tyria's greatest hope against the power of the Elder Dragons, when they aren't busy coughing up hairballs or desecrating innocent sandboxes. More »
The royal wedding between Prince William and his long-term girlfriend Kate Middleton on April 29 will be a lavish spectacle of celebrity and ceremony, a once-in-a-lifetime celebration that will be remembered for decades to come. More »
If Sunday's Game of Thrones premiere has got you riled up into a fantasy-themed lather, then you might be interested in checking out these new screenshots of the upcoming Game of Thrones-themed RTS, A Game of Thrones - Genesis. More »
In a darkened room filled with boxes, we sit side-by-side and play. We talk. We laugh. We think.
Time spent with my son is always a joyful, bonding experience. More »
In game after game, comic book after comic book, manga after manga, there they are: characters with glasses. And Japan is totally gaga for them.
Of course, glasses fetishism is not unique to Japan as it's widespread in the West as well. More »
For five months in 2008, Valve Software was making a version of Portal 2 that wasn't going to include Portals. And it was going to be a prequel, set in the '50s. More »
Dammit. Tonight I'm finding some consoles and am then plugging said consoles into my fancy new 60-inch TV and playing some SOCOM 4 and some Mortal Kombat. –Brian Crecente
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