LeBron James is so ball-crushingly awesome at basketball that he is now officially the first NBA player who's on the cover who got to choose the soundtrack for the best-selling NBA2K14 videogame. 2K Sports announced Friday that LeBron has chosen 20 songs for the videogame. He's also gracing the co ... More >>
Our crack investigative team has uncovered startling information relating to Oakland Park terrorist suspect, Sheheryar Qazi. He appears to be a bro -- that certain genus of man subsisting purely on Jagerbombs and skank -- plays warfare video games on X-Box, and frequently tries to sell traumaticall ... More >>
Behind the bar at the Green Room is the heavily tattooed, raven-haired, 26-year-old Krysti Pryde. Standing at almost 6 feet tall with pale skin, Pryde looks as though she fell out of a graphic novel. When she's not serving cocktails, she leads the ultimate gamer life in the alternate universes of Le ... More >>
Photo by Erica LandauThe place: Starlite Lounge, 960 N. Federal Highway, Pompano Beach. 954-946-3477. The hours: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday though Friday. The deal: Draft beers $2.25 instead of $2.50, domestic beers $2.75 instead of $3.25, well liquors $3 instead of $3.75, wines $3.75 instead of ... More >>
Photo by Tara Nieuwesteeg There were people dressed up like characters from videogames, horror movies, animes, and all sorts of other things. They came from as far away Europe to worship at the altar of all things videogame, meet B-movie legend Bruce Campbell, and compete in this y ... More >>
Proof that he didn't make it past Mario's second level.I'm in line at Gamestop the other day, breaking down and finally buying the much-hated NCAA Football '09, when I hear the clerk ask the guy in front of me for his fingerprints. He's returning a game, and the clerk breaks out some kind of form. H ... More >>
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