Mike Maulbeck Resigns From Code Avarice
The man who threatened Gabe Newell on Twitter walks away.
'Dark Souls' Players Will Be Able To Transfer Game Data From GFWL To Steamworks In November
Praise The Sun!
Video game stores are frequent robbery targets
The staff and customers at a south side GameStop were in the line of fire along with police - and all over video games.
Gamer, Rapper, Digital Rights Activist: An Interview With Dan Bull
He also thinks file sharing is cool and SOPA is wack.
Monica Lewinsky calls herself “patient zero” for online destruction
Lewinsky sees herself an early victim of the Internet's echo chamber.
Hyrule Warriors compatible with Link Amiibo figurine
Zelda spin-off will make use of the NFC-equipped statues.
Slam City Oracles is about two teen girls f*cking sh*t up
Ground-pounding a new future.
The Stanley Parable Surpasses One Million Units Sold
Developer Davey Wreden marked the one-year anniversary of The Stanley Parable's release by confirming the game has sold over a million copies.
PSN Halloween Sale Discounts Resident Evil, Dead Space, and Castlevania
Two-week sale offers discounted prices for non-PlayStation Plus members and Plus members alike.
How to get demo codes for Pokémon Omega Ruby, Alpha Sapphire
An important PSA!
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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