You think you’re safe in your Second Life or your World of Warcraft? Well think again, because you my friend, are being spied on by the NSA.
Usually when a film heads back for some additional shooting, it doesn’t always bode well. On the other hand, movies from the Marvel stable have gone back to shoot some additional scenes over the last couple of years, with Thor: The Dark World adding [continue @ themovies]
Times are changing, and with it age old traditions. Take weddings for example. The holy union of man and wife/man and man/woman and woman/man and that sexy hole in the wall is giving way to legal partnerships and unions. What a wedding needs in order to survive, is some magic. Which is what this union had bucket-loads of.
Last week I told you about a ban from Riot on League of Legends pro athletes. They were banned from publicly streaming other games, leading to a lot of outcry. Now, it seems that Riot is pulling a Microsoft and doing a 180.
Despite the fact that I had a toenail removed today, and had enough drugs injected into my foot that it could topple an elephant, I managed to not miss a day of work. I think I have a problem. But at least I have a keepsake of that nail in a small jar of surgical spirits.
I’ve mentioned before about my wife’s slight addiction to Candy Crush and how much it is costing me. However I can’t claim complete innocence here. While I don’t spend money on the game's add-ins I am still addicted and recently reached level 405 in the candy-matching game.
This year's E3 showed off a lot of pretty new games. Two games which people are really excited about are the MMO shooters (although apparently they don't like being called MMOs) The Division and Destiny. However, we still have a long while to wait before we get to pew pew with friends.
So this last weekend we saw the latest incarnation of the Spike TV Video Game Awards now known simply as the VGX’s… but why the change and should we care?
The Spike VGAs may have had a name change this year to the VGX awards, but it was business as usual for the MTV Movie Awards of gaming. There were losers and there were winners that night. Here’s the list of developers and games that walked away with top honours that night.