It's no longer shameful for a major celebrity to be involved with a video game. Ellen Page appeared at the Tribeca Film Festival the other night to show 35 minutes of footage from Beyond: Two Souls, the PlayStation 3 epic she stars in, and it was all upfront and proud. A video game was in a film ... More >>
Qwikster! Have you heard of it? If you haven't, it's Netflix's new attempt to break its mail-in DVD service away from its online streaming Netflix Instant service, and, along with having a verifiably ridiculous name, it has other problems as well. For one, the @Qwikster Twitter account is cur ... More >>
Lock your doors. Even if you live here. This story kind of blows our minds. In Brooklyn Heights, people apparently feel so safe that they don't bother, most of the time, even locking their doors, or their windows. Maybe we're paranoid. (Yes, we're paranoid.) But, come on! It's the city! (We h ... More >>
But that doesn't mean it's good
The theology is a little warped, even for the post-apocalypse
Harlem rapper Gil-T seeks glory by communing with his mother
The spectacles don't quite hide the game's lack of ideas
. . . unless you really dig chopping wood.
Battlefield: Bad Company can't hold a blow-torch to a remade classic.
Guinness writes the book on gaming but doesnt shatter any records
Dantes inferno rages on in Devil May Cry 4
So, for the 38 of you who fall into that group, have at it.
A look back at the year's best
How yesterdays games spawned todays best-sellers
Bang bang for your buck shoot first and ask questions later.
Lair's fire-breathing dragon is just a big turkey.
Victor Varnado is a white black man. And he wants you to crack up about it.
With apologies to Clement Clarke Moore
A round-up of what's hot this season
The Wii vs the PS3: Courting the next-gen consoles
Geek Rapture: Nine Games Bordering on Nirvana