Video games have a huge presence at this year's Comic-Con, with offerings from Nintendo, Sony, Microsoft, Capcom, Activision, Konami and more. Going by the long list of games in this post, it may be the biggest ever.
In 2008, Jonathan Bissoon-Dath and Jennifer Barrette-Herzog sued Sony and God of War creator David Jaffe for copyright infringement over the original PS2 game. That case has now been dismissed.
At first, I thought the announcer from the Buzz games looked a lot like a co-worker of mine at GamesRadar. Now I think he looks like Kermit the Frog post cosmetic surgery.
For the first two thirds of any parlor game like Trivial Pursuit, I'm terrible. Then – for reasons I'm still not entirely clear on – I'll rock the last third of the game and either place second, or win.
The history of Sony's original PlayStation is largely well known to gamers, born of a disagreement with Nintendo, who it once partnered with to provide a CD-ROM drive for the Super Nintendo.
Starting December 22, GameBattles and Sony Computer Entertainment of America will host a Resistance 2 tournament with over $50,000 worth of cash and prizes for the winners. That'll put a dent in your holiday debt.