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  • Review: 'Rise of the Triad'

    GamerHub.tv Since I wasn't one of those people that indulged in the early PC gaming era -- I was more fascinated by the SNES and Sega Genesis at the time, so sue me -- I missed out on "Rise of the Triad" the first time around. But based on what I heard...
  • Content, condition, authenticity drive value for letters and other signed memorabilia

    Q: Can you give me value on an 8-page letter from Alexander Graham Bell? It was written to my grandmother in the late 1800s and discusses deafness. A: Smart collectors know that the inventor of the telephone was a noted teacher of the deaf. Value on the...
  • ‘Mortal Kombat Legacy 2′ director on characters, choreography

     
    “Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s” Maurissa Tancharoen isn't the only one in her family with a new creative venture premiering this […]...
  • SEGA Brings Sonic the Hedgehog Back to TV in New Animated Series

    Sonic the Hedgehog is racing back to TV. Videogame publisher SEGA has turned to Bill Freiberger ("The Simpsons," "Drawn Together") to help re-introduce the iconic blue character to viewers through the company's first CG-animated series that launches on...
  • Lagardere Entertainment Quits Animation

    Lagardere Entertainment, one of Gaul's biggest media groups, is giving up its animation label Genao Prods, the shingle that's developing such franchise-based toon skeins as "Alvin and the Chipmunks" and "Sonic Boom." The Paris-based conglom said it...
  • Local Video Game Creator seeks to resurrect "Mutant Football League"

    Local Video Game Creator seeks to resurrect "Mutant Football League"
    When I last spoke with Michael Mendheim, he was promoting his newest graphic novel "The Four Horsemen", a story that he had adapted from a proposed video game and published under the Heavy Metal imprint. Since then, he's returned to producing video...
  • IAAPA: What's new and what's next at theme parks

    IAAPA: What's new and what's next at theme parks
    About this time each year ride manufacturers and theme park operators gather in Orlando, Fla., for the International Assn. of Amusement Parks and Attractions trade show. > Photos: Ride makers unveil new attractions at IAAPA show Ride makers use the...
  • First-ever Epic Mickey game for Nintendo 3DS is tribute to old Disney Sega games of yesteryear

    First-ever Epic Mickey game for Nintendo 3DS is tribute to old Disney Sega games of yesteryear
    If you’re standing in line for the Black Friday sales this week, chances are probably good there could be a Nintendo 3DS on your list or, at the very least, some 3DS game titles to pick up for under the tree. If so, you’re in luck. One of...
  • Nelson Algren Short Story Awards: A look back at a rich history

    Nelson Algren Short Story Awards: A look back at a rich history
    An honor like the Nelson Algren Short Story Award can be a boon to a writer. It can give him or her the confidence to slog through rejections and trudge forward with literary endeavors. When we asked former Nelson Algren Award recipients what winning...
  • ‘Monkey Island’: Ron Gilbert ready for return voyage, is Disney?

     
    Fans of Ron Gilbert's “Monkey Island” series might want to take a seat in their “screaming chair” for this one. ......
  • Nintendo Drops Price of the Wii U in Time for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 Launches

    Nintendo will drop the price of its Wii U videogame console by $50 next month as Microsoft and Sony plan to launch the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in November. The Wii U will be priced at $299.99 starting Sept. 20. The company also announced it will...
  • Ron Gilbert’s ‘The Cave’ puts adventure back in play

     
    Throughout his 30-year career, game designer Ron Gilbert has been ahead of the times, behind the times and, perhaps most ......