Inspired by the assault rifle in Gears of War, a vast brain decides to create a fully functional--other than it doesn't shoot bullets--assault rifle from Lego bricks.
Flirting with the brink of monotony, Gears of War 3 steps up to the plate and delivers the most comprehensive title in the trilogy.
Her chilly, portentous grooves and sobering rhymes show how the Detroit underground is soldiering on after J Dilla. Download a free MP3 of "Locusts (Featuring Finale, Gwen Mingo & Ron Scott)" courtesy of CNET Download Music.
Google is rolling out its new Recipe View feature, which allows users to filter their search results to only display recipes. We're hoping to learn to cook something other than toast.
Microsoft announces simultaneous worldwide release for Epic Games' Xbox 360-exclusive shooter; no beta date yet.
Win a giant locust head to put in your den, book case, or dining table, courtesy of Sam's Club.
What will be the signs if a higher power hits CTRL + ALT + DEL on our technology-dependent world? Crave UK looks to the Bible for answers.
The normally reliable Gmail packed in for a bit today, which is surely one of the first signs of the apocalypse. It's the end of the world as we know it, and Crave doesn't feel fine at all
Don Reisinger is all for Gears of War hanging around for more than 10 years, but if its story isn't complete after three iterations, he'll lose all interest.
Now, the Locust are producing city-sized emergence holes, and perhaps not surprisingly, the world is somewhat miffed about it