The election is over! Mitt Romney didn't win the presidency. That doesn't mean he didn't win. Halo 4 is out.
If you're like me, you play a lot of video games and just might have a game or two baked into your memory of major historical events. I will always associate election night in 2008, for example, not just with Barack Obama's historic election as America's first black president but as the night I had to choose how to…
Leave it to Avengers director/Buffy-creator Joss Whedon to surprise us all with his presidential endorsement.
I don't know what's funnier about this new flash game: The concept, the garbled English header, or the fact that there's an advertisement for Mitt Romney's campaign on the right. Let's just say all of the above.
I kinda tuned out on the first big Presidential Debate. But I'm glad that the mad genius behind "Bad Lip Reading" didn't—this video, wherein he re-interprets what the candidates may have been saying, is easily the best thing to come out of the debate. Ha!
It seems lately that not a day goes by without another mobile game with ties to the upcoming presidential election arrives in my inbox. They paste the Republican and Democratic candidates into trite video game situations, offer to donate a portion of sales to the appropriate campaign fund. They call them exciting…
Hot on the heels of Chair's Vote!!! comes another game that involves the Democratic and Republican presidential candidates laying the smack down, only in Vellum Interactive's Political Arena your in-game purchases directly benefit the candidate you choose to play.
What if Obama and Romney were video game characters, and the national conventions were where they did battle? And what if it wasn't just any video game, but a super catchy music game, where the candidates crooned and harmonized as they amassed a high score of hope-mentions and implications of faith? Well, I'd…
Well now here's a trailer for VOTE!!!, a game made by the people who made Infinity Blade, that beautiful brawling game for iPad.
Here's the trailer for The Race for the White House, a new game released today for PC and Mac that simulates the 2012 election.
If you only want to hear the video game part, skip to the 1:00 minute mark of this video of things Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney didn't really say.