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The comedy follows several gamers on a road trip to a Gears of War 3 tournament. Hilarity ensues.
The Doctor, the TARDIS, and Daleks have shown up in a number of games throughout the years.
As the story goes, E.T. for the Atari was such a huge failure, that all unsold and returned cartridges were buried in the desert. In this photo op, Atari's founder Nolan Bushnell pretends to search for the abandoned cartridges in the desert.
What would your room look like if
you could see all the infrared the Kinect device is shooting out? One
intrepid YouTube user decided to find out with the aid of the night
vision goggles from his copy of Modern Warfare 2.
If you didn't think this was bound to happen eventually, then you've
underestimated the ability of Kinect hackers. Someone has finally got
Microsoft's motion-tracking device working on a PlayStation 3. See the
results for yourself.
By now many of you have met Portal 2's robotic buddies, ATLAS and P-Body.
Will Ferrell is holding a contest for a winner to play some video games with him, and it's all in the interest of raising money for charity.
You'll assemble your team of heroes in Dragon Age, but an army needs to eat.
Whether you finished the game and loved it, or never got past the silly
barrel-sneaking section, you should check out this wonderfully drawn
summary of the brilliant GameCube game’s events.
GBATemp forum users Smealum and Lobo are hard at work building an original Portal game, Aperture Science, for the DS starring Rattman.
What does the canceled Dark Knight game have to do with Bono? You're about to find out.
You expect to be ambushed by many things in Destiny, but a dance crew isn't one of them.