Why aren’t there more female game creators? These women have some worrying answers.
Calling all dungeon masters: The company is asking fans of the role-playing game to help rewrite the rules.
The Window of the World amusement park in Changsha, China recently opened an Angry Birds attraction as part of its month-long “stress-reducing festival.”
We Americans like to think that no other nightlife and gambling scene can rival the mischief and mayhem found in Las Vegas. But consider the dollar earnings of our treasured Sin City, and you get another story.
Here’s to kisses that truly bowl you over.
Stanley Ho, an 89-year-old gaming tycoon, has filed a lawsuit against two daughters by his second wife, raising new questions about the fate of his estimated $3 billion fortune.
Good news for video game enthusiasts: A new study says gamers are more proficient decision makers than their non-gaming counterparts.
What to do if you’re stuck 2,300 feet underground for up to four months? Get really good at Grand Theft Auto.
Microsoft is gunning for the enterprising hackers who managed to get their hands on a copy of Halo: Reach, the latest game in the company’s ludicrously lucrative Halo shoot-em-up series.
Such is the conclusion of our resident gaming geek, who says it’s not even close: Sony will obliterate Microsoft in a battle for the gamers of the future. (via Techland)