From PC to Mac and Back: For Me, Apple Isn't As Fun Anymore

I can't hold it in any longer. I'm experiencing some serious cognitive dissonance here with some of my recent choices regarding technology. Back in the day, I was a hardcore dedicated DOS guy. Between running my own BBS (it was called The Laughing Dog. I need to dig up some of my ANSI/ASCII art one of these days) playing Doom over 2400 baud modem and watching demoscene intros, I couldn't imagine using a Mac. I ridiculed the PowerMacs we had at my high school -- they simply felt sluggish and limited to me.

Tetris's 25th Reminds Me Of My Favorite Puzzle Games

In case you didn't notice, on June 5th, one of the most famous puzzle games of all time celebrated it's 25th anniversary... Tetris.  Even Google honored the puzzle-shifting masterpiece with its own custom search page logo.  Game Informer featured a wonderful interview with Alexey Pajitnov - the original creator, who to this day is delighted that his brainchild has inspired generations of gamers to exercise their neurons.

Sony Recall !

First Impressions of the GP2X: I Laughed, I Cried, I Played


That's the sound one would hear when pumping token after token into Konami’s original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the delicious four player bash-o-rama arcade game that defined my early video gaming years. I remember beating the game, start to finish, with three of my buddies at Chuck E. Cheese’s.

GamePark Holdings' GP2X F-200 coming in October

HDMI-equipped Xbox 360 "Core system" shows up for pre-order

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