We are standing on a bridge. This bridge connects two things that are both familiar to us and altogether alien, simultaneously in the way you’d expect and not expect. The first is the seventh generation of video game consoles: the Xbox 360, the PlayStation 3, and the Wii. It has changed so much since the [...]
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I’ve always taken the use of the word “awesome” as somewhat of an exception. I don’t want to say it’s been bastardized, but its definition has definitely strayed from the original “expressive of or inspiring awe.” I’ve been guilty of using it just to mean something is pretty neat or of rather high quality, but [...]
PC exclusive The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings arrives May 17 on store shelves. Leading up to the release of this awaited RPG, we continue to see tantalizing glimpses into the witchers world. This new trailer is a bit more then just a glimpse, giving us a pretty complete rundown on the living world the [...]
I’ve been a long time follower of Roger Ebert, it’s around five years now, and I love the charm the guy manages to get across and how humble he can be. Given he’s seen so many movies he’s probably a walking dictionary on the matter. It’s why it’s ever more peculiar that he chooses to [...]
A trio of nerds escape the office, go to lunch, and talk about their various geekdoms (primarily video games) over a chorus of annoying ambient noise.
Episode 9: Whither Sooch? (41:49)
Featuring our predictions for the best games of 2007, a reluctant return to Azeroth, release date cynicism, and the joy of hate.