When I think that all of this has been made as an elaborate April Fool’s prank, I can only shake my head in disbelief at the lengths IGN went to to make everybody think that this was the real deal.
By Mark O’Neill During the very brief and infrequent periods that I have played games, they have nearly always been on the PC. I played the Sims very briefly (before my character burnt the house down by setting the Christmas tree on fire) and I played a game where you created your own golf course. […]
Peripherals are a gamer’s best friend. They’re the tools of his trade. You might even say that they are like a Jedi’s light saber, or King Arthur’s Excalibur. Maybe even a pizza delivery guy’s car. Without these tools, we wouldn’t be able to control the machines which we invest thousands of dollars in. If you’ve […]
By Mark O’Neill Not being a gamer, I wouldn’t know myself. But according to Wired, a new study just out has shown that gamers get distressed at shooting their opponents dead but they get very happy when they get killed themselves. According to the piece : Ravajas (the study author) isn’t entirely sure why gamers […]
Gary Gygax, the co-creator of Dungeons and Dragons, passed away earlier today at his home in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. He turned in his character sheet. Rolled a critical fumble; smote by the gods. Gary, you will be missed.
By Brian Boyko Contributing Writer, GAS and Editor of Network Performance Daily You may not remember the name Wafaa Bilal, but you probably remember the Iraqi-American who locked himself in a room with a paintball gun controlled by random individuals on the Internet for thirty days – that was him, and it’s now nine months […]
Crayon Physics Deluxe is a 2D physics puzzle game that allows you to draw objects and then unleash them upon a 2d world to accomplish certain objectives. Check it out in the following video: Looks fun, doesn’t it?
By Mark O’Neill The British TV channel “Channel 4” has brought out on their website an online detective role-playing game called “Bow Street Runner” which invites you to solve a murder in 18th century London. Named after the group which were the predecessors to the modern day London police force, this free game is remarkably […]