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The WARHAMMER series gets its action on with this brutal new game.
Alex says the franchise ends its trilogy with a game that’s just as fun as it is dumb.
Tower Defense meets classic artwork? Alex likes.
The indie video game festival part of Fantastic Fest returns and yes, it features a game called JESUS VS DINOSAURS.
Alex takes a look at the third DEATHSPANK game, which totally leaves behind the DEATHSPANK title to focus on delicious, delicious bacon.
Start feeling bamboozled - the new hit video game has a shockingly racist character.
Roll the dice, leave your Vault and buy some real estate in the Capital Wasteland.
Alex squashes tons of bugs, and he loves it.
A man travels through a blasted landscape blasting aliens, all inspired by Olly Moss.
Alex gets his hands on the new post-apocalyptic game from the people who brought you DOOM and QUAKE.
Some LEGEND OF ZELDA nonsense to get you through a Sunday afternoon.
No, they haven’t made the movie yet. But the game creator and screenwriter will be in Hall H. What will they talk about?
A Katamari as a deadly weapon.
Yes, every time you kill Kirk in the new TREK co-op shooter he will have died in continuity. Also: does the game reveal the villain of the second film?
Ross Miller over at This is my next has posted an in-depth look at how video games are striving for visual realism, specifically in recreating the human form and human interaction.
Brian Grazer and Ron Howard dismiss reports that their DARK TOWER adaptation is getting slashed to ribbons by Universal.
Pick up a video game while you’re stocking up on Cheetos and Mountain Dew Code Red!
The master of disaster considers tackling a scifi action film set after the end of the Earth.
Boldly go where no STAR TREK game has gone before…
Join the early discussion about the fascinating new crime game.
What if the Charlie who bit your finger was a zombie? This LEFT 4 DEAD inflected short film answers that pressing question.
The launch trailer for Rockstar’s 1940s crime game focuses on the shooting and the chasing and the hitting.
Alex weighs in on the new parkour flavored, team-based shooter.
The HOBO game grows, improves, encheapens!
Tristan Reidfort imagines what a PORTAL 2 movie poster would look like, had it been made in the 70s.
Commander Shepard and friends need a little extra time to get ready to face the Reapers.
The MORTAL KOMBAT series returns to consoles, and Alex says it’s the best one yet.
Sarah Michelle Gellar, Robert Englund, Danny Trejo and Michael Rooker battle George Romero and an army of Soviet zombies in the new CALL OF DUTY DLC.
Nintendo makes it official: Wii Wii in 2012. Are they leaving the cartoon games behind?
Assuming we make it through the Mayan apocalypse you’ll be able to buy the XBox 720 and the Playstation 4.
DRAGON AGE: ORIGINS was one of the great RPG games of this console generation. How did the sequel end up so bad?
Give Model Town To GERTY.
The insertion of realistic sound effects into a classic NES makes it funny, sort of creepy.
An incredible game that turns an NES cartridge into a breathalyzer and scores you based on how drunk you are.
A downloadable console game version of BATTLE: LOS ANGELES is coming. Here’s the trailer.
A commercial for Ubisoft’s new game We Dare gives us shame shivers.
Dragons! Landscapes! Sneaking up on deer! The new trailer for THE ELDER SCROLLS: SKYRIM is more than a little great.
THE GUILD’s Felicia Day is doing a DRAGON AGE web series. Here’s the trailer.
Sad piano music and slomo backwards computer people set the internet crying.
The new trailer for the game set in Los Angeles of the 1940s shows off very impressive-looking gameplay.
The amazing composer Clint Mansell will be doing the music for BioWare’s MASS EFFECT 3. Nerds rejoice!
Will the writer behind NYPD BLUE and DEADWOOD press X to Jason?
Sing the Tetris theme as you sweeten your cuppa joe.
Sega is testing out public urinals where you can play video games using just the power of your pee pee. The best part: you can compete against others. Now you really have a reason to get that prostate checked out.
Vivendi sells Harmonix, developers of ROCK BAND, for a song. Or more like the cost of about 20 downloaded songs from the game. Does this mean the music gaming franchise has come to an end?
My, my, 2010 was a doozy for an entertainment junkie like myself. So much so that besides my impending Top 10 Best Films of 2010 list I had to put together this list which might as well be called the Top 10 Best Miscellaneous.
Duncan Jones isn’t just a director, he’s a hardcore gamer. And he has faith in video game movies. In fact, he thinks WORLD OF WARCRAFT could be the video game movie to finally get it right. How about letting Jones have a crack at it, Sam Raimi?
QWOP is so hard it’s no fun, but it’s so silly it’s hilarious to watch. Your challenge: complete a 100m run in QWOP and win a prize!
Congrats to Activision for making a billion bucks on the new CALL OF DUTY. Now lets put it in perspective.
One of video games’ most enduring legends may now become an actual movie. I feel like we’ve skipped the part where Hollywood adapts breakfast cereals and gone even sillier.
THE FORCE UNLEASHED 2 has you fighting in the Battle of Endor, where you get to mercilessly slaughter Chewbacca and Han Solo. Wait, what?
The brave men and women of the 4077th didn’t just save lives and crack wise - they also starred in a weird series of toy and game tie-ins.
A nostalgic blast from an alternate 90s when ANGRY BIRDS was played on the Playstation.
Mark Wahlberg joins the video game movie DRAKE’S FORTUNE, and he may be bringing a couple of GOODFELLAS with him.
Axl Rose sues the makers of GUITAR HERO III for 20 million dollars because they dared put Slash in the same game as Guns ‘n Roses songs!
The trailer for LA NOIRE, the latest game from the people who brought us RED DEAD REDEMPTION and GRAND THEFT AUTO, gives off incredible atmosphere. But will the game live up to the trailer?
Give us this day our daily trailer! Travel back to the distant 1980s, when Power Gloves were the hot video game accessory and when a personal tragedy could turn you into a Super Mario Bros prodigy.
The director behind CONAN THE BARBARIAN and RED DAWN returns to familiar territory with HOMEFRONT, a video game where North Korea invades the US. But John Milius isn’t just writing the game, he’s penning a tie-in novel.
Feel like you have just too much money? Then feel free to spend quite a bit of it on a coffee table shaped like a Nintendo Entertainment System console.