The production team behind CW's reality game show Capture created a high-tech wilderness compound, built their own cellular network, designed proprietary hardware and custom Android software, all so twelve teams of two can hunt each other down in the middle of the woods every Tuesday night. I really want to play this…
Japan's beloved virtual pop goddess Hatsune Miku, star of her own video game series and hundreds of thousands of user-create YouTube videos, is now the voice of the 2011 Toyota Corolla, and you can hold her in the palm of your hand.
Bandai's Carddas series of kiddy card games is going AR. Its newest One Piece and Kamen Rider cards are AR enabled and can be played with an iPhone.
Fact is never as sexy as fiction. That's painfully obvious when comparing the in-game looks of some of Japan's most famous samurai to their real world appearance.
You may debate whether some video games train people to commit real acts of aggression. A Canadian newspaperman provides evidence that Duck Hunt is capable of no such feat.