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Supreme Court that a California law banning the sale of violent video games to kids went too far is just the latest in a long string of headline-grabbing moments in gaming history. Unfortunately, at least as far as mainstream audiences are concerned,
Entertainment Links Special to 2theadvocate.com Published: Jun 8, 2011 After years of upsetting parents and lawmakers with the infamous Grand Theft Auto series, Rockstar games finally takes a shot at exploring the other side of the law...Noire, you
Calif. (AP) — Former New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies star Lenny Dykstra was charged Monday with grand theft auto and drug possession by prosecutors who claim he used phony information to lease a car from a Southern California dealership.
It looks like Saints Row the Third the third installment in the series is going to take the cake, thanks to the purple dildo...In Saints Row the Third, you can knock your enemies silly by hitting them with a purple dildo. And since there is evidently
New York-based Take-Two had no major releases in the quarter, but it generated revenue from previous hits including NBA 2K11, Top Spin 4, Major League Baseball 2K11, Grand Theft Auto IV: Complete, and Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare. For the
She is Gloria Bishop, the wife of a Hollywood B-movie producer, and she knows more than she's saying about her husband's connection to the man who may be blackmailing him. It might be the way her eyes dart to the corners of the room as she speaks, or
The world leader in Free2Play® massively multiplayer online game publishing, GamersFirst ( www.gamersfirst.com ) today announced that it has named David Jones as the newest Reloaded Productions' team member. The creator of the "Grand Theft Auto"
Today iStockphoto/MmeEmil After watching the latest television spot for "L.A. Noire," the new police procedural from Rockstar Games set in 1940s Hollywood, you might be asking yourself: "Was that a movie trailer?" As the remarkable production value
The video game legend, who created "The Sims" and "SimCity," would surely have had no trouble selling his new idea to Electronic Arts or any competing game publisher. Instead, Wright shopped his project, called "Bar Karma," to television studios. "
AP Technology Writer Video game publisher Take-Two Interactive Software Inc. posted stronger-than-expected earnings for its fiscal fourth quarter Thursday, easily reversing a year-ago loss thanks to strong sales of "NBA 2K11" and other titles. The