Warning: This article is about a video site that many people would find grotesque.
Shigeru Miyamoto wanted Bond to shake hands with his enemies in the hospital.
'DarkScape' helps us remember what we found so attractive about the genre's emphasis on working with other players in the first place.
Called Umati, or “crowd” in Swahili, the program monitors dangerous speech on Twitter and Facebook.
"What exactly is this random, made up bollocks?"
The same features of the internet that delight techno-utopians are making us miserable.
Fast and unrepentantly violent, the game's hellish settings embrace a simpler time.
When it comes to digital affairs after someone has died, there's no easy answer.
"Why the hell did you shoot me with a stun gun because I flew a remote controlled helicopter?"
Thanks for the concern trolling though.