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1:15 PM on 06.25.2012

EA wants Origin to be the Facebook to Steam's Myspace

Origin has not exactly had a warm reception among the vocal gamer community, but it has nevertheless performed adequately. Electronic Arts, of course, isn't satisfied with being second best (even though it always is) and has ...

Jim Sterling


2:00 AM on 07.31.2009

Woman bought Live Vision camera for boy, offered 'free show'

The human penis is well-known to be instinctively drawn to Xbox Live Vision cameras, as anyone who has spent enough time (an hour or so) playing Uno can tell you. With that idea in mind, a recently convicted Ohio woman purcha...

Conrad Zimmerman

11:00 PM on 07.25.2009

MySpace aiming to be a gaming platform

MySpace may be getting its arse handed to it by the likes of Facebook and Twitter, but the former king of social networks believes it has an ace up its sleeve -- it's going to get into games. Those in charge of the site that ...

Jim Sterling

4:00 PM on 11.24.2008

Konami launches a MySpace music games page, contest, and DDR web game

Konami has pulled together all of their new music titles and made a MySpace page, opting for the use of game information and videos over sexily posed webcam shots and annoying classic rock tunes on autoplay. Aside from covera...

Dale North

7:09 PM on 07.02.2008

DC Universe Online, a world where games have their own MySpace pages

Before today, I really didn't know much about Sony Online Entertainment's MMO, DC Universe Online. But then it sent me a MySpace friend request and ... wait, what the hell? Why do games have their own MySpace pages? Is that l...

Nick Chester

5:27 PM on 05.03.2007

Robotobots 'Wii mix' console's channel music

I have a confession, and I don't want anyone to laugh. I didn't buy the Wii to play games. You see, here's the thing -- if Nintendo was truly all about the games, they wouldn't have made their menu music so da...

Nick Chester

3:57 PM on 03.19.2007

A fistful of video game art and music

Flynn's incredible Mog of War discovery inspired me to take a day to explore video game art on the web ... and by that, I mean that I did absolutely *nothing* for the last 5 hours but slack on MySpace and Deviant Art. The...

Niero Gonzalez

11:42 AM on 02.12.2007

Strategically placed G-nades rape Zelda

Some things should be sacred to gamers, like Nintendo's roast beef. Luckily, three guys out of Jacksonville refuse to conform and have released a NSFW rendition of Zelda: The Adventure of Link's cave crawling tune ent...

Niero Gonzalez

4:55 PM on 12.10.2006

You have forced me to sink to a new low

Look people, do you think it feels good to get out-friended by the likes of Kevin Periera on MySpace? Do you understand how large a hit my ego takes when I see this stuff? I didn't want to have to resort to begging, but ...

Robert Summa

7:47 PM on 12.03.2006

Shawn Fanning thinks WoW needs a MySpace

Shawn Fanning, the egghead behind the P2P program that struck fear into the hearts of the RIAA way back in the halcyon early 90s, Napster, has decided that World of Warcraft needs an online social networking site, somewhat si...

Earnest Cavalli

12:38 AM on 11.17.2006

If Warhol and Kraftwerk made game music, they'd probably be Keb Keb Keb

Words fail, as does my perception to understand what this band's name actually is. These musicians are some sort of homogenized chiptune band who's MySpace Music page is so dysfunctional that it defies logical categor...

Niero Gonzalez





9:47 PM on 11.12.2006

disasterPEACE: Atebite and the Warring Nations

Somewhere between electronica and great 8-bit soundtracks lies disasterPEACE, an experimental arrangement band possesed by the haunting sounds of gameboy sound cards and everything good that came out of Kurzweil in the 80'...

Niero Gonzalez