Sony on Fire

Destroyed | LONDON, UK: Firefighters rush to put out a burning Sony building. (Photo: BBC)


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If You Want to Stay Up Playing Xbox Games, Don't Snort Ritalin A teenager from The Hutt Valley, New Zealand, was last week trying to stay up late playing his Xbox 360. Instead of doing what normal people do, and drink a ton of coffee, he got smart and tried to snort some Ritalin.


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This Year's Sexiest Game Gets One Sexy Statue PS3 title Catherine is saucy. It inspires saucy cosplay and fan art. And next year, the game is getting a hot figurine.

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From The Witcher to Mass Effect , This Game Art Has Seen It All Brazilian artist Rafael Grassetti is a talented kid. We've already seen his amazing work on the Mass Effect universe, from sculptures to fan art, but today we're looking at his more professional output.

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There's a Time and a Place, Lady, and This Is Neither Japan is noted for its fastidious attention to manners. Books, magazines and even DS games offer instruction on the ins and outs of manners' minutia. Even with this almost Victorian attention to politeness, the country's recently seen a rash of faux pas that can be best described in one word: rude.

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When Sega Wanted to Take Over the World (and Failed Miserably) The year was 1997. And Sega, the Dreamcast still a twinkle in Segata Sanshiro's eye, was in a bullish mood. While its rivals were focusing their efforts on winning the video game war, Sega was looking beyond.

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