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Snoop Dogg, known predominantly for the 2013 rhythm fighting game Way of the Dogg (and rap), recently took to Instagram to air his grievances about Xbox Live.
Do video games helps us cope with the great unknown? Can they teach us
anything about our own mortality? PBS set off to find out.
Another month, another Loot Crate! This month's theme: villains.
A couple of new clothing designs meld the colorful world of Pokémon with some incongruous partners from other franchises with appropriately cute results.
Shortly after a former Sega employee posted photos of what basically amounted to a prototyped Sega Saturn with online capabilities codenamed the Pluto, the console appeared on eBay for sale.
DYKG covers hidden rooms, unused enemy designs, movie references and more in this Arkham Asylum video.
Two Mercy players reveal a way that allows you to jump to the next level of Nepal.
An ingenious builder has created a trio of surprisingly faithful recreations of the Borderlands bots.
Three oversized action figures of Overwatch characters have popped up around the world.
We've always been a fan of the wacky antics of Sony spokesperson Kevin
Butler. In his latest round of YouTube videos, he pays homage to some of
the best gamers on the PlayStation Network.
If you're tired of trying to make your own custom Mortal Kombat
action figures out of old Ninja Turtles toys, Jazwares is about to make
your life a lot simpler. The company is prepping a new line of 6" action
figures based on the classic fighter that will be available this
summer. Keep reading to see which warriors you can pick up.
We have dates for the two films following The Force Awakens.