A shady $0.61 rate hike per month may be nothing to you, but it’s half a billion to AT&T
Some updated post-reveal news from Xbox about the One and always-on
As we all probably have been guessing for a while, the traditional game console as we know it is over, and the war for your whole living room gets real.
Self explainable: Max offers a relatively spoiler free first response to Doctor Who’s series 7.2 finale ‘The Name of The Doctor’, mostly in the form of a knock, knock joke.
I really wish I still had a PS3 just to play The Last of Us. This trailer is a couple of weeks old now, which makes it a fossil in internet time, but it still deserves a look from those of you who haven’t seen it. I really like the concepts that Naughty Dog is putting into this series. Having beaten the entire Jak and Daxter series and the first two Uncharted games it’s easy to trust them with smart, fun, and engaging games.
Matt Smith shaved his head for a movie role. Do I care? The verdict is out. Probably.
This Week: Disney under scrutiny. It’s not all sunshine and bluebirds folks.
Jen and Max review “Journey to the Center of the TARDIS” and “The Crimson Horror” just in time for this week’s “Doctor Who”!!
I pop the disc in and a large update is immediately required. I have heard that this update touched up the graphics a bit, fixed a slew of bugs, and made the AI more aggressive. I begin playing on Ultimate Badass difficulty. My first impression is that the graphics are akin to a first generation title (meaning it looks like it’s about 6 years old), but that they aren’t terrible. The first chunk of the game is actually very compelling, giving a good atmosphere that caught me with a couple of well-timed jump scares.
How to read Saga, where to read Saga, who you should read Saga with. The answers are “However you damn well please.” “Anywhere you want.” “Discerning members of High Society.”
Traditionally a defender of the geek, I take exception to reverse nerd judgement.
This isn’t just mindless praise, Amy. Well, okay, it is praise, but it is not mindless. This the precursor to a desperate plea.
Let me train with you, Amy Poehler. Let me learn your ways.
May 4th saw multiple things this past weekend – Star Wars day, the Kentucky Derby, and this RIDICULOUS mashup. Because my ridiculousness knows no bounds.
In which I ruin another great science fiction sub-genre by turning it into a learning opportunity.
Joyce screamed as the monster-dog sank its teeth into Ted’s throat and began shaking him back and forth, as if he were nothing but a toy. Ted’s eyes widened with fear and pain,but although his mouth gaped wide, no sound emerged. An instant later Joyce understood why, as thick blood geysered upward. It ran down the sides of Ted’s mouth and turned his white hair crimson before soaking into the ground beneath.
With Breaking Bad winding down, it’s lucky that creator Ray McKinnon is filling the void with a brand spanking new series.
Wizard World comes to the City of Brotherly Love with a killer lineup for East Coast geeks
Max is back with another guide for writers: How to get over writer’s block.
Tonight I embark upon a quest to play a game that critics have panned as, “an awful game” by Kotaku, “unfinished” by IGN, and “get away from this bitch” by Destructoid.
Sometimes you just get knocked over flat by something totally adorable on your facebook feed. Or maybe that just happens to Jenisaur. Either way…here’s why Squishables make Jen fall over all the time.
In my hurry to write an article worth reading on this lazy Sunday, I received a text from my co-worker, on one of the few shows I recommended she watch: […]
In today’s world; we need more compassion. What would your heroes do?
How do you kick off Philly Tech Week 2013? How about a record-setting game of pong on a 29 story building for all the city to see?
IGN got the scoop on Bethesda and Shinji Mikami’s new survival horror game that promises to be “true” survival horror. We shall see…. No gameplay is featured in the debut trailer, but the bloody four-armed woman looks promising.
Remember that horrifying children’s movie where all the bunnies killed each other? Yeah, that’s one of my favs too.