Monthly Archives: April 2016

Gaming Reader’s Feature: Why I stopped cheating in video games

The Division – cheats never prosper? A reader reveals his history of playing as a cheat, and asks if online exploits and glitches are the fault of the gamer or … Continue reading

Texas father murdered 2-year-old daughter because she interrupted his computer games

Watauga Police Department Police in Watauga, Tex., a suburb northeast of Fort Worth, said Anthony Michael Sanders, 31, murdered his 2-year-old daughter in December. A North Texas man beat and … Continue reading

Why I stopped cheating in video games – Reader’s Feature

The Division – cheats never prosper? A reader reveals his history of playing as a cheat, and asks if online exploits and glitches are the fault of the gamer or … Continue reading

Alienation Review

By Vince Ingenito Alienation delivers on the Housemarque promise of intense, finely honed, visually spectacular arcade carnage, but it also goes a few steps further. Its light action-RPG hooks don’t … Continue reading

Hitman Episode 2: Sapienza Review

By Luke Reilly Part quaint Italian seaside town, part sprawling mansion, and part high-tech underground cave lair, Hitman’s second episode – Sapienza – is about as James Bond as the … Continue reading

How video games are saving pro wrestling

Former pro wrestling super starlet Joanie “Chyna” Laurer passed away last week. She was 45. “It is with deep sadness to inform you today that we lost a true icon, … Continue reading

Father charged with daughter’s murder after she ‘interrupted him playing a video game’

Police have charged a father with the murder of his two-year-old daughter after he allegedly smothered her to death after she interrupted him playing a video-game. Detectives in Texas say … Continue reading

The Walking Dead: Michonne

By Kallie Plagge Up until this third and final episode of The Walking Dead: Michonne, the connection I felt to the main character was strong — almost everything in the … Continue reading

Compulsive Video Gaming Seen As Tied To Psychiatric Disorders

New research suggests an “addiction” to video games is often associated with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and depression. Dr. Cecilie Schou Andreassen, a clinical psychologist specialist at Department of … Continue reading

Severed Review

By Miranda Sanchez Twisted and bright, Severed’s world is strange, beautiful, and largely remains a mystery by the end. This first-person touch-screen action game isn’t really big on its story, … Continue reading