I remember a time when Sony couldn't figure out this whole advertising thing to save their lives. Remember the early PS3 ads with the crying baby doll? or the one that got them accused of racial insenstivity? Or maybe the one where they cash in on the image of Jesus Christ? Or any of these really... Read More.
News Articles By Andrew Sztein
In response to senstivity with the recent Japan earthquake that ravaged the Pacific Island nation, Sony has decided to delay the release of their MotorStorm: Apocalypse. Read More.
The latest salvo in the never-ending battle between hardware manufacturers and game pirates has been fired, reports Kotaku.
It appears that Nintendo's new 3DS keeps track of whatever flash carts are inserted into the system for play or other uses. If a user uses an R4 cartridge (the most popular method of pirating last generation games for the DS), it will show up in the log. Read More.
Don't spend your days worrying about when the PlayStation 4, Xbox 720, or Wii HD will be gracing a TV near you, because the PolyStation 3 is here, and it will blow any future console out of the water. Read More.
Let this always be a reminder to check your sources.
A new study tabled by scientists at East Carolina University has found that playing casual, easygoing games can reduce anxiety and depression in those that play the titles every day. Read More.
If you've looked over the release calendar for Nintendo's new 3DS, you may be having a Bueller... Bueller... Bueller... moment.
The attendance sheet for the highly anticipated handheld features appearances by a variety of popular franchises and genres, including Pilotwings, The Sims, Street Fighter IV, Madden NFL Football, Rayman, Super Monkey Ball, and even Ghost Recon. Read More.
You know this is the one you've been waiting for.
Tim Schaefer's Double Fine productions will be developing Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster exclusively for the Xbox 360 Kinect. This, ladies and gentlemen, is the same Tim Schaefer responsible for brilliant classics and criminally overlooked gems like Grim Fandango, Psychonauts, Full Throttle, Day of the Tentacle, and the early Monkey Island titles. Read More.
After shipping 6.5 million copies of last year's Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood across three platforms, Ubisoft is hoping that the money train will keep rolling for the franchise. Read More.
As originally reported by Destructoid and GamingExcellence yesterday, RedOctane released a patch in order to fix complaints of spotty whammy bar performance on the X-plorer guitar that came packed with the game. Read More.