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On Jan. 2, over 300 employees at a Foxconn plan in Wuhan, China threatened to throw themselves off a building in a mass suicide. Foxconn makes Microsoft, Nintendo, Sony products. More »
Tokyo is expensive. That new Shinjuku office Square Enix is moving into must cost a large fortune. Some of the country's most expensive real estate is Tokyo's Ginza and Osaka's Umeda.
There are deals to be had, but land is expensive and space comes at a premium in big cities. More »
Here's something cool. Runescape, the venerable (and hideous) MMO that's now over ten years old, is getting a graphical overhaul later this year.
Before the new models take their place in the game, though, concept artists had a tricky challenge. More »
Microsoft has announced that Kinect is coming to Windows on February 1.
While you'll of course be playing games on it, as has been explained when the crossover was first revealed, there's more to it than just waving your arms to play Microsoft Flight. More »
In 1988, Milton Bradley released a Legend of Zelda board game. Awesomely, it wasn't a lazy conversion of an existing game like we see now, with Nintendo Monopoly or Metal Gear Risk. More »
The first and sometimes the only thing people say about Dark Souls is that it's hard-really hard, migraine hard, ready-to-shoot-yourself challenging. More »
At CES today, Sony unveiled the latest of its mobile devices to carry PlayStation Certification: the Xperia S.
With the company's Ericsson partnership lying in the dust, this one's branded with only the Sony logo, and carries a 4.3 inch, 720p screen. More »
Rockstar Games has posted the first in a series of posts about the creation of their upcoming action game Max Payne 3. In this one, they talk about visiting the city of São Paulo, Brazil, the setting for the game. More »
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