Showing All "Videogames" Posts

The New Yorker has a very funny piece today on a real life half-existent videogame from the late 90s designed by Penn and Teller that sounds an awful lot like your videogame: The drive from…   Read Story »
The Museum of Modern Art in New York has recently acquired a collection of videogames including Pong, Space Invaders, and Asteroids. You know, works of art! I get it, I guess. In the age-old argument…   Read Story »
Haha. Is it still a demo if it's PERFECT? We have crossed the Uncanny Valley and now I don't even know where the hell we are. Yogurtland, probably. "Get real." (Thanks for the tip, Hassian.)   Read Story »
In case you were wondering whether or not Francis liked the ending of Mass Effect 3, let him clarify that for you. Headphones UP! You'd think that with nearly three entire minutes dedicated to…   Read Story »
The Asteroids: The Movie plot line is here, THE ASTEROIDS: THE MOVIE PLOT LINE IS HERE!! Oh holy moly, you cannot wait. Before we get into it I'd like to say, it's not as if I don't understand the…   Read Story »
Mario is going to be climbing for a long time. Might as well write some captions! Winner will receive special mention in this week's Monsters' Ball. That's better than gold coins! Probably! (Via…   Read Story »
While the world waits with baited breath to hear about the latest developments in the Asteroids adaptation, today we learn that the same producer is optioning the rights of another classic arcade…   Read Story »
Hollywood is preparing an Angry Birds movie. NO DOYYYY. To a normal human being, a big-screen adaptation of a cellphone game involving throwing birds into blocks of wood would seem like a ridiculous…   Read Story »
If you've been anywhere on the internet in the past week or so, you've no doubt seen lots of speculation about what J.K. Rowling's Pottermore website was actually going to be. Another Harry Potter…   Read Story »
We don't usually link to on-line flash games because there are so many reasons how many do you want? But this one in which you are deceased author George Plimpton engaging in a bit of falconry is…   Read Story »