Report: AOL Will Close Joystiq
After ten years of fine service it looks like Joystiq will be closed for good later this year.
FCC Prohibits American Businesses From Blocking Wi-Fi Signals
New rule the result of Marriott's antics in Nashville.
Rumor: Joystiq closing shop
Joystiq reports on its own closure rumor.
Inside the Tragic, Obsessive World of Video Game Addicts
Vice talks to addicts about their drug of choice: video games.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt video offers 14 minutes of 60fps gameplay
Get a good look at CDPR's epic RPG at 60fps.
What's your favorite Mega Man weapon?
There's a lot to choose from...
Lumines is returning with series producer Mizuguchi at the helm
Coming to iOS and Android.
Endless Space: When Triple-A Developers Go Indie/a>
In space no one can hear you dream.
Dragon Age: Inquisition Is Now BioWare's Most Successful Launch Ever
But beware of the falling sales...
Reptile will return in Mortal Kombat X
Another Mortal Kombat fighter who's been around since (almost) the beginning returns.
Help Us Save Net Neutrality!
A recent proposal by FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler would allow ISPs to charge content providers extra money for faster access to its customers. The proposal goes against everything that the Open Internet Order stands for. Wheeler believes that this is the solution to the FCC's loss in the D.C. Appeals Court to Verizon, but everyone who knows anything about Net Neutrality will tell you this is a huge step in the wrong direction. So what can all of us do about? We can use the tools provided by the ECA to let the FCC and lawmakers in D.C. know that we want them to halt the murder of net neutrality. You can get started at action.theeca.com right now!
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