It was the baddest of times, it was the dudest of times.
The ‘Shop Contest returns this week with a blast from the past as we celebrate a long tradition of really lazy Bad Dudes entries.
U.S. presidents—fictional or not—have had a major impact on video games. When a game has something to do with the United States, there’s a good chance the Commander-in-Chief is gonna show up.
My first job out of college, I was fired. I used two words with my editor that proved career limiting. I have quit with no notice; I've given two weeks and had cake on my last day. I've signed paperwork at the long conference room table twice. And I've had a farewell so tearful I wore sunglasses as I said goodbye.
For nearly a quarter century, this video game has posed the ultimate hypothetical question of one's manhood: Let's say, perchance, the head of government of the United States of America is abducted by masked assassins: Do you embody the qualities of a highly motivated, results-driven person who can effect his safe…