Gaming

When I was a kid I use to sit and think about what would happen if some of my heroes battled it out for world domination. A few years back I got the answer when “Freddy Vs. Jason” came out.

"Call of Duty 5: World at War" is one of those games that has eluded me since I first purchased my 360. My stoner roommate wanted me to buy it, and all of my friends that play games online have at one time or another asked me if I have it.

Generally, I would shy away from posting other people's reviews, but "MadWorld" is a special case.

Last week, the "Bioshock 2" hype train officially left the station with the unveiling of There's Something in the Sea, an interactive collection of news clippings, photos, and other teasers for the upcoming game.

Over the years, "Above the Influence," the propaganda wing of the Office of National Drug Control Policy has taught me a lot.

With online distribution becoming increasingly viable for indie games, we're seeing all sorts of wacky shit coming down the pipeline.

I'd be lying if I said that I didn't squeal a little bit when I turned on my 360 today and saw that the "WWE Legends of Wrestlemania" demo was available for download.

Nowadays, nothing builds anticipation for a high profile game or movie quite like a flashy viral campaign. I would argue that viral campaigns work better at their most cryptic, but I'm certainly not averse to a little tease here and there of what I should expect from an upcoming release.

It's been almost two weeks since I posted something about L4D, and we all know that it has been killing me.