Syfy — DVICE's shark-'n'-octopus-splicing parent company — has partnered with game publisher Trion Worlds to create a television-and-video game pairing that'll talk back and forth. Your actions in the game, for instance, will actually change the script of the show, and the game will change as the show progresses.
It's been far too long since the last, good cyberpunk vision of the future along the lines of Blade Runner or Ghost in the Shell. Deus Ex is bringing back all that dark, mechanized goodness in a world that's black,...
Don't tell anyone, but I'm currently sitting here counting down the minutes until I can head out of the office and go get a healthy dose of some Portal 2 craziness. All day it's been a long, painful wait. Well, if you need a quick fix, you can check out the first 15 minutes right here, right now.
Most gamers play video games with their hands, but Mike Begum aka "Broly Legs" isn't most gamers. Born with arthrogryposis, a congenital disorder that left his arms mostly unusable for gaming, Begum has used his face to kick ass and take names in video games since he was two-years-old.
Boing Boing cut together 70 (by my count) classic video game deaths in this two minute video, which also features a beautiful 8-bit cover of Mad World, by Tears for Fears. Come for Battlezone, stay for Mortal Kombat, and leave thankful for the pronounced lack of Battletoads.
Nintendo, doomed? The Wii and the DS are massive sellers. It's almost an incomprehensible idea. And yet, after comments made by Nintendo's president, Satoru Iwata, one analyst saying the company is "doomed," and he isn't alone.
Struck by the Chimaera's pro-gramer looks, we took the $130 stereo headset to our Xbox 360 to see whether or not Razer, makers of some of the best gaming gear on the planet, could create an unmatched personal audio gaming experience. Read on to discover if the Chimaera roar is loud and mighty or low and weak.
Freddie Wong, already popular for his faithfully violent video-game-like videos (you may not want to watch it at work, but he has some crazy first person shooter action here), has turned his considerable talents toward bringing another virtual world to life: Mario Kart.
A group of students in Munich have tossed together an "almost single shot" video that's just as much a history of gaming as it is a love letter. What interests us most, though, is what happens once the students catch up to the present day — what's the future of gaming going to look like?
Sega is taking the idea of a pissing contest to a whole 'nother level.