As some of you might know by now [because you got emails letting you that your comic are here] , is that the comics arrived, they have been processed and are not on the new comic book rack. For the [...]
It seems that Activision considers World of Warcraft a "risk". The company yesterday filed its Annual Fiscal Report in which it listed the game in the ‘Risk Factor’ section:
‘Future increased consumer acceptance and increases in the [...]
An Xbox Live Arcade version of id software’s 1994 shooter Doom II: Hell on Earth is being shown on the floor at QuakeCon, expected to be officially announced later today.
A whole new episode will be included, along with all [...]
Valve Software has announced that their digital distribution service Steam will be down today from 6pm to 9pm PDT in order to perform some ”software maintenance” on the servers.Valve also mentions that games downloaded with Steam that do not rely [...]
Mozilla has celebrated a milestone from its great hit Mozilla Firefox, reaching 1 billion downloads. The open source browser released its first version in 2004 with nearly 3 million people already using it before it was able to achieve version [...]
Microsoft has responded to concerns over its recent announcement that the addition of the MS Silverlight software (the Microsoft equivalent of Shockwave) will allow ads to interfere with Xbox Live functionality. Major Nelson reassured gamers on his website that MS [...]
The Pirate Bay, one of the most popular sites for free content that may or may not be copyrighted, has been acquired by Global Gaming Factory X for 7.8 million USD. Not only that, but now Pirate Bay will acquire [...]
The Palm Pre’s webOS has been updated to version 1.0.3, less than a month after the device’s debut. Palm also announced that developer access to the SDK won’t come until the end of the summer, but the App Catalog has [...]
It seems Microsoft has grand plans for the debut of Project Natal. The motion-controlled camera launch will be as big as it gets, in fact, it will be almost as big as the initial launch of the Xbox360 console was. [...]
Video game industry sales in the U.S. dropped 23 percent to $863 million in May compared with $1.12 billion a year ago, according to a new report.
This marked the first time since August 2007 that monthly sales dipped below $1 [...]