If you've been a gamer far longer than you'd be willing to admit, then this bit of news will surely have you reminiscing about the good old days. Activision has just reactivated Sierra Entertainment's website, revealing a return of the brand to the gaming scene, as well as the upcoming titles under its belt, one of which is a new King's Quest game.
Unfortunately, stories about children neglected by parents who become obsessed with a video game aren't unheard of, and latest to the list is a married couple from Anaheim, California. The parents, obsessed with playing World of Warcraft, were arrested and later sentenced for failing to feed and care for their children.
Despite numerous efforts to stomp out piracy, Internet goers still turn to bittorrent and other sources to procure digital wares. Movoto has taken an extensive look at game pirating and broken the information down by state, revealing what game is being most pirated in each state.
The organizers between a big unofficial conference set to take place in New York City in July seem to have pulled off a grand scam, despite their previous proclamation on Twitter of, "PLEASE NOTE WE ARE NOT A SCAM." The folks behind it cancelled the event at the last minute, promising refunds, only to disappear seemingly without a trace.
Prepare yourself: a new Silent Hill game is in the works. The news surfaced by way of a playable preview available on the PlayStation Store, which teased gamers before dropping a couple big names, revealing Norman Reedus' character, and wrapping it up with the game title.
For those of us who enjoy thrills of a darker nature, it never seems like there are enough satisfactory horror games on the market. Often times, when a horror-centric game does arrive, it proves derivative or lackluster, much like their movie counterparts. That's not to say the genre is hopeless, however, and there are several titles coming up in the near future that promise brig things for gamers.