If you didn't notice last year, E3 is quickly becoming a thing of the past. They scaled down the show in the attempt to make it more intimate, which turned out to be a terrible idea (who'd have guessed?). Naturally, this left a void in the gaming world, one that was quickly filled by the guys over at Penny Arcade. If you're thinking about going this year, tickets have just gone on sale.
The Wii is one of those consoles that's just fun to play. Sure, a lot of your hardcore gamers don't appreciate the joys of the Wiimote, but it's more a machine for the casual gamers. It's also a great console for parties, and there's no doubt that Super Smash Bros. Brawl will be a fine addition to that category. Unfortunately, the game has been delayed a couple of times and while they're still set to hit the March 9th release date, they might be a bit sparse.
The video game industry sees its fair share of legal disputes, most of which seem to be spearheaded by the infamous Jack Thompson. I can think of few that blew up quite as big as the whole “Hot Coffee” fiasco from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. I'll spare you the details, because if you haven't already heard about it, you've likely been living in a cave f or the last few years and have better things to do than read about having video game sex. Apparently the class-action lawsuit has finally come to a close, and you might just get some money out of it.
It's true that you can get the Nintendo DS in just about any thinkable color. Therefore it only seems right that you could get other Nintendo products in a few shades other than white. Since they haven't gotten around to introducing new colors for the Wii and Wiimotes, a third-party has stepped in to add a little color to your living room.
I have to give it to Sony, it was only yesterday that we reported on the rumors of a 120GB PS3, and they're already smashing rumors. According to Sony "We do not currently have any plans to release a 120GB PlayStation 3 in the UK." Wait, what about the US?
I’ve heard tale of those people who are so addicted to TV they have one in every room, including the bathroom, and I’m glad I’m not one of them. I’ve never had a show that was so important to me I couldn’t miss a second of it or wait until a rerun to catch what I missed. But for those of you who need to take it a step further and place your TV within the bathtub/shower itself there is the SoakTV.