Archive for July, 2007
July 31st, 2007

Yes, it’s summer, a time for happiness and sunshine and–Oh my God, it’s a fucking shark! Okay, what it’s really time for is Shark Week on the Discovery Channel, by which I mean it’s time for Sharkrunners, area/code’s newest (not coincidentally totally shark themed) game. Sharkrunners lets you man a virtual shark exploration ship Oregon […]

July 30th, 2007

Seriously, please, ask me questions. I’ve been writing my cybersex advice column “Click Me” for two months or so now, and I love doing it, but I need more input from readers (and current, future, ex cyberers) like you! What do you want to know about sex online? Have you had any strange experiences you […]

July 27th, 2007

Anyone who’s seen the new Resident Evil 5 trailer will know what I’m talking about when I say with a form of amazement that can only effectively be expressed through 1337: OMG, WTF? Instead of battling zombies in an abandoned house or even in Spain, players will be now be blowing the heads off of […]

July 27th, 2007

It seems the Second Life buzz bubble is finally bursting. Earlier this week we talked about how a number of the corporations who jumped on board the set-up-shop -in-Second-Life band wagon are now grumpily jumping off (do I have that band wagon thing right? On? Off? I never know). We also talked about how the […]

July 26th, 2007

Last month Clive Thompson wrote a piece on Wired.com about his experiences with voice chat in World of Warcraft: how a strong, confident guild leader can suddenly be transformed into an eleven-year-old boy with the help of Ventrilo. For the old-school gamer (i.e. anyone over the age of sixteen), the importance of voice chat in […]

July 26th, 2007

Katamari Damacy creator Keita Takahashi announced last week at a Sony event in Tokyo that he has begun work on a new project (as opposed to one more sequel and/or iteration of his old project), a game called Nobi Nobi Boy. The title apparently translates to “Stretchy Stretchy Boy” (Japanese speaking friends inform me that […]

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