Certain things just seem tailor-made to work together. Take gin and tonic, for example: They both basically suck on their own, but damn, are they a delight when taken together. Other things stand just fine solo, but combine into a thing of sublime beauty, like peanut butter and chocolate, or chicken ... More >>
Earlier this week, Ken Levine announced he was moving on from Irrational Games after almost twenty years. In his time at the studio, Levine helped shepherd into being a number of games, from the groundbreaking System Shock to cult favorite Freedom Force. Those games had their fans, but it was his wo ... More >>
Denver native Austin Wintory says attending frequent Colorado Symphony Orchestra concerts and nerding out on video games and comic books inspired him just about equally as a kid, so Saturday's special concert "The Hero's Journey: A Symphonic Tribute to Comic Con" at 7:30 p.m. at Boettcher Concert Ha ... More >>
Words get in the way of an otherwise stellar Lost Odyssey.
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Here's a brief look at some of the items America is desperate to learn about today: Carpet skates A fun new way to suffer traumatic head injuries! Carpet skates apparently let you slide across carpeted floors like you do in socks over hardwood. Thank god they didn’t have these when I was a kid, I ... More >>
Almost two years after its release, Microsoft has finally lowered the price of the Xbox 360. Maybe now you can convince your wife, girlfriend or Mom to let you get one! Not coincidentally, I'm sure, the drop comes just in time for the next wave of killer titles, including the new Madden, BioShock an ... More >>
The five biggest attention-getters at E3.