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It's the geekiest mash-up ever - it's cult comedy classic 'Anchorman' reproduced in retro 8-Bit form! Yes, just click play
Ellen Page has accused a video game of 'ripping off' her likeness without her consent. Page is to star alongside Willem Defoe
A film crew has been given permission to dig up a New Mexico desert landfill in the hope it contains 3.5 million copies of
Blacksmith Tony Swatton has taken on the mammoth task of recreating the Final Fantasy VII Buster Sword - and proven the weapon
Tesco Direct appears to have unwittingly unveiled the next game in the hugely popular 'Call of Duty' series. A retail listing
What is there left to say about BioShock Infinite? Irrational Games' narratively-driven first-person shooter has won near
Despite the growth of online markets and digital applications the mark of success is still "getting off" the Internet and into "the real world" a gathering of publishers and tech start-ups has been told.
Consider if you could never see your children play football or swim how you would feel? Yet thousands of us don't bother to do these things or do so less and less. So you have a choice. If not for your sake then for little David's or Brittany's sake-do the right thing and put a limit on Game Station time equalled by activity play time.
The mission in these games is almost always a fight for your life. Whether that's in the fantasy playground of Wii or the simulated war scenes of Call of Duty, with violent graphics and emotive language that desensitise a person to killing and bloodbaths, the result is the same - raised levels of adrenalin, the fuel of aggression.
We've seen a lot of 3D street art on HuffPost Culture, but there's something joyful about Leon Keer's fantasy worlds we can't