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Josh, Sam and Lara check out a video of how one hungry cat is celebrating National Pizza Month.
EA Sport's FIFA 14 Video Game Adds Likeness of Big Name Players
Twenty years ago, EA Sports created its first soccer game, FIFA International Sports. A small team of programmers at EA Canada worked 16-hour days, eating spaghetti made in a kitchen downstairs from the studio, to put it out in 1994. Because an initial agreement for the rights to the FIFA name
Game Review: 'Metal Gear Solid HD Collection' for PS Vita
If you were to ask me about the hardest game I ever played as a kid, hands down my answer would be the original “Metal Gear” on the Nintendo Entertainment System. Several sequels, prequels, side quests, add-ons and epics later, the world of “Metal Gear”...
'Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D' Game Review
The “Metal Gear” Saga is one of the most engrossing, character- driven video game franchises to date. Some would call Hideo Kojima’s work sheer masterpieces — and they’d be right. When it comes down to perfect, one doesn’t have to look further then the...
'Taliban' Out of Medal of Honor Game
Electronic Arts Drops Feature Allowing Players to Be Taliban Fighters Killing U.S. Troops.
Motion Video Game Controllers: Will They Move You?
Examining Microsoft, Sony's New Gesture-Tracking Interfaces from All Angles
Military Exchanges Refuse to Stock New 'Medal of Honor' Video Game
Game Reportedly Allows Players to Assume Role of Taliban Fighter to Kill U.S. Soldiers
'Karaoke Revolution' gets a Jackson 5 jolt
The Jackson 5 will be there when Karaoke Revolution hits video game systems this fall. Among the 50 recordings in the game will be all the group's No. 1 hits, including ABC, I Want You Back, I'll Be There, The Love You Save and Ben, the late Michael Jackson's first solo No. 1. Also in the game:
Controversial Video Game Mimics One of the Deadliest Battles in Iraq
Developers, Marines Working on Part Game, Part Documentary Called 'Six Days in Fallujah'
9 Video Games That Went Too Far
In the realm of entertainment media, video games are known for pushing the envelope. But some – usually those wrapped in sex, violence and religion – court more controversy than others. "Rendition: Guantanamo" is the latest game to find itself the center of attention the game's makers would rather