Three popular gaming sites have been caught trying, and in many cases successfully gaming social news site Reddit using power users to submit, vote, and comment on their content.
Wilson's back from his seven-day "Jumanji" bender, so first we recap what he missed, then we'll tell you about socially engineering any friend on Facebook, Facebook's plans for online gambling, the ACLU's beef with Siri, and Capcom partnering up with Method Man. Also, RIP GamePro.
A cherished magazine from the heyday of Nintendo's juggernaut console generation in the 1990s reportedly is set to call it quits.
Activision says it's dissolving the business unit behind the once-popular music game, and not many are surprised.
Griffin International has reportedly developed very realistic fishing and hunting games that are due to hit the XBox 360, Wii, and PC later this year.
Activision is looking to hire an Art Services Screenshot Associate, otherwise known as a "bullshot" artist, to retouch video game screenshots for PR purposes.
Bad news folks, TWITTER IS DOWN! Today, we report on the subsequent worldwide meltdown in addition to stories about Wal-Mart BlackBerries, the fall of gaming magazines, and more submissions for the "Choose Justin's new glasses" competition!
Considering some of the worst video game consoles ever made.