Tonight at big-box electronics stores and GameStops all over the country, as the clock ticks over to midnight, the next generation of gaming will officially begin with the launch of the PS4 (sorry, the WiiU doesn't count). Next week, the other shoe will drop in the form of the Xbox One. Hardcore gam ... More >>
Who would have thought that our humble state of Colorado could have hosted so many video games? While for many developers Colorado seems to be synonymous with little more than "snow," these games will take you everywhere from explosive recreations of '90s blockbusters to wholesome educational progra ... More >>
It looks like DVD releases are taking the week off anything worthwhile, but thankfully everything else is picking up the slack as we start the long historical non-fiction countdown to Christmas. There' s a new book about the assassination of President Garfield, as well as one by science ficti ... More >>
We've got a pretty stellar selection of new releases this week that cover a wide array of different interests. While one film nerd might not think Sharktopus worth watching, they'll probably find solace in The Fighter. On the same tone, a gamer who enjoys shooting people in the face will have ... More >>
Apparently this week is "awesome book week" because three of our picks come from trees, while another is based on a book. Okay, it's possible we're just attempting to show off the fact that we have the ability to read, but even so, a book from our last president, a comic collection from one o ... More >>
Kids like video games. They don't like stationary bikes and ellipitical trainers and those weight-lifting machines that make your thighs less flabby by having you open and close your legs like a Venus fly trap. In light of those facts, Denver's Athmar Recreation Center, 2680 West Mexico Avenue, has ... More >>
Guinness writes the book on gaming, but doesn't shatter any records.
No amount of sharpening can save this dull blade.
A look back at the best of 2007.
After Michael Tate lost all hope of a family life, he found the Devil.
Meet the last great RPG for PlayStation 2.
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God of War II enters the pantheon of classic games.
Ferran Adria has created a real tome on the range.
Newest DDR: Same game, fresh set list.
Slow-paced Valkyrie Profile offers dull apocalypse.
Like the anime, Naruto: Ultimate Ninja is goofy fun.
Denver's strip-mall restaurants explore new territories.
This time of year is taxing, even for rock stars.
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney is guilty of being bizarre fun.
Barbarians, brain-eaters, and beagles round out the best of 2005.
Microsoft's Xbox 360 fires the first shot in the next-gen console war.
Riders rest easy on The Block.
Indigo Prophecy offers creepy fun, but fails to live up to the hype.
"We Love KatamariÓ pretty much says it all.
Japanese design is showcased at the CVA, while more art censorship hits Colorado.
Cutting and scratching with DJ Rap.
A photographer looks over the terrain of his adventurous career
Normal human feelings prove lethal in Equilibrium.
A decade after Vanilla Ice melted down, he's back with the man who made him.
Craig David may be young, but he's got a grown-up soul.
Audiences love Jerry Bruckheimer. Critics don't. Like he cares.
Shrek offers an amusing, if empty, fractured fairy tale.
At Morton's, you pay for what you get. But is it enough?