Adeki hops in a car with an older man and fancy gull-wing doors only to later find himself within the year of 1990! Did video games even exist back then? And if so, what were they like? Read on to find out!
The founder of Namco passes away at 91, PS4 Update 4.50 is going to be sweet, and Oculus loses its court battle against Zenimax.
In his weekly radio call-in show, Lusipurr is listening when producer Ethan ‘Roz’ Pipher puts through calls from Blitzmage and Imitanis on the topic of Nintendo’s future hardware at E3 (or lack thereof). Kevin Spacey guest stars as a confused gamer.
A community manager has been fired from Turtle Rock Studios for defending Donald Sterling’s privacy, Nintendo are to miss E3 again, and Zenimax looks to fleece Oculus in the news of the week!
Video games are not responsible for mass-murder, Sega resorts to highway robbery, and more Wii U woes in the news of the week.
Confronted by a dinner bill for ninety-three thousand Pokedollars, Lusipurr is unhinged. But the teachings of renowned existentialist Waluigi bring no succour, for the purple-clad villain has his own philosophical pitfalls prepared for the unwary. Waaaaa!
Human Head are on strike, leaving Prey 2 in disarray, Ubisoft are harangued by someone almost as noxious as they are, and EA are set to return stolen games to Origin customers in this week’s polemic publisher news!
SiliconNoob places the PAX line-up under the microscope, and notes some potential highlights of the expo.
id Software is the latest in a long line of developers to criminalise used game consumers by using punitive DRM which will lock entire portions of the single-player experience to them. What does this herald for Skyrim?
Raven Software, id Software, Pi Studios, and Endrant Studios add to the saga started with the “Granddaddy of First Person Shooters” with the 2009 release of Wolfenstein. Wolfenstein continues of the story of B.J. Blazkowicz, a highly respected agent with the OSA during World War II on a mission to free the fictional city of more »