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  • Blog Post: The Legend of Zelda: Symphony Of The Goddesses Is Stephen Colbert's Musical Guest Tonight

    Update: Tonight's musical guest on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert is an unexpected one. The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses orchestra's appearance was announced last week, but this is a reminder to make sure you tune in. The episode airs tonight on CBS at 11:35 p.m. Eastern and... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Hires Former AMC Executive For Xbox Entertainment

    Microsoft has tapped Ari Mark, AMC's former programming director, to develop "unscripted" content for Xbox Entertainment Studios. "Unscripted" is likely a euphemism for reality TV-style content, as that was Mark's forte at AMC. At the network, he produced reality shows like... More
  • Blog Post: Game Companies Sign On To Oppose DOMA

    Electronic Arts, Zynga, and Microsoft have signed on to a brief urging the 9 th Circuit Court of Appeals to find the law, which outlaws gay marriage, unconstitutional. The 9 th Circuit is currently hearing an appeal to an earlier decision (Golinski vs. the U.S. Office of Personal Management), which found... More
  • Blog Post: Draw Something Television Show Coming To CBS

    CBS has put in an order for a television show based on the Draw Something property. The show is being produced by Ryan Seacrest, and much like the game itself, basically sounds like a Pictionary. “Each week, teams of celebrities and everyday users will test their skills in front of a studio audience... More
  • Blog Post: CBS' Sega Coverage Could Use Some Work

    A few days ago, the Sega Pass service was hacked , potentially compromising user's account information. That kind of security breach has been happening a lot lately, with companies like Bethesda, Epic Games, and most famously Sony experiencing encounters with various hacker groups. As you might expect... More
  • Blog Post: CBS Announces Eight New Games Based On Popular Properties

    CBS has big plans for some of their most popular properties, as evidenced by the slew of iconic and primetime series that will be getting the digital treatment. CBS announced today that eight shows will be made into video games through partnerships with Ludia, Ubisoft, Merscom, Legacy Interactive and... More
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