If you’ve ever had the very specific fantasy of playing Ms. Pacman on your neighborhood streets, there’s good news. The Google Maps phone app will let you transform anywhere into a playable Ms. Pacman stage.
This has been a very good year for video games, but it has been an exceptional year for books about video games—surely the best ever. I can’t tell you who will win the prestigious BAGOTY award for 2015, but Cara Ellison’s Embed With Games, Simon Parkin’s Death by Video Game, and Michael W. Clune’s Gamelife are all…
It took a lot of skill (and quarters) to rack up an epic run on Ms. Pac-Man back in the day. Turns out it took sharp hand-eye co-ordination to assemble those iconic cabinets, too.
As promised, the R&B singer/songwriter Frank Ocean brought John Mayer to last night's performance on Saturday Night Live. The two performed on a stage surrounded by some arcade cabinets with nondescript glass and cabinet art, but they were running ROMs of real games in attract mode.
Google has a proud tradition of modifying their logo image to commemorate special occasions, but for the 30th anniversary of Pac-Man, they've gone from image manipulation to game creation.
I'm obsessed with shoes that have anything to do with video games. Luckily, people on the Internet are too, so it's not hard to find a fabulous pair with a quick Google search and a sharp eye for detail.
What do you think of when you imagine going to the beach on a hot summer day? Sunblock, towels, bikinis maybe? Not me. I think about Galaga.
Lord knows we encourage enough tatting around here, but like the mafia, we don't deliberately go for the face.
The 10th is actually the aluminum or tin anniversary. But rather than give each other cookie cutters or Reynolds wrap, reader mlazy and his wife got inked. With his n' hers Pac-Tattoos. (He gives a shout-out to his artist, Skin Deep Ink, and we'll oblige). Yes that's hers on the left and his on the right. (Arm hair:…
The always droll Games Radar has come up with a list of the "mediocre" women of gaming - if by mediocre, you mean "somewhat sensibly proportioned and no gratuitous jiggle." In other words, "girlfriend material," a "compliment" that has gotten millions of insensitive, fumble-tongued 20-something males backhanded by…