Super-hero comics that star such icons as Green Lantern and the Martain Manhunter are not always cheerful. Sometimes, they depict a family that plays Rock Band and is just a few riffs away from horrific murder.
The Wii shows up in all sorts of places, like in a story today about Mohammed Jawad, a young man who spent six years in the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba before an American court ordered his release.
All that Gamescom, Quakecon and Blizzcon news last week distracted from a key story reported by the LA Times: Why Barack Obama didn't get a Wii for his 48th birthday on August 4.
Proving that you can never know everything about Lost, some of us may have just learned that Galaga is/was/could-be part of ABC's convoluted hit.
The future of gaming, as envisioned by the September movie "Gamer" does not involve the happy playing of the Wii. Think more of The Running Man via Project Natal developed by a really rich guy.
"It's not about killing ... It's about eating. We're respecting the natural balance of nature. We don't give boys PlayStations here; we give them guns."
With a seven-year, $161 million contact, New York Yankees pitcher C.C. Sabathia could afford to play any expensive modern game during a rain delay yesterday. But he didn't.
I don't know David Martinous. And I'm not sure what a "video game technician is." But the New York Times says that a man with that job was challenged to a fight by one of the planet's top sporstmen.
Making a trailer for a major motion picture and needing to show that John Cusack's fictional son is a bit detached? Need to show that Vince Vaughn is partying hard? Show video games.