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  • New video game releases

    These games are scheduled for release this week: Natural Doctrine (PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PS Vita) Crimes and Punishments: Sherlock Holmes (PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC, PlayStation 3) Persona 4 Arena Ultimax (PlayStation 3, Xbox 360)...
  • October offers great video game options

    Get ready to empty your bank accounts. Several must-have games and a few other solid choices flood an October poised to kick off the holiday release season with a bang. Proceed with caution, however. If you are on a budget, you will want to save some...
  • GoPro is gearing up to share more of its users' videos

    GoPro is gearing up to share more of its users' videos
    For years, thrill seekers have worn GoPro video cameras to capture hair-raising skydiving, motorcycle racing and snowboarding footage from a first-person point of view. They've documented up-close and personal encounters with wildlife, even mounting the...
  • Why Oculus Rift and the latest attempts at virtual reality are bound to fail

    Despite the soaring plaudits from professional technophiles, despite the growing support from the video game industry, the latest run at mainstreaming wearable virtual reality is doomed to be a commercial failure. Yes, the Oculus Rift has reignited an...
  • John Darnielle on his novel 'Wolf in White Van'

    John Darnielle on his novel  'Wolf in White Van'
    When the longlist for the National Book Awards was announced last week, it had the usual suspects – books by previous winner Richard Powers and two Pulitzer winners, Jane Smiley and Marilynne Robinson. And there was one big surprise: the novel...
  • Central Florida's comic-book, gaming stores are proliferating

    Central Florida's comic-book, gaming stores are proliferating
    LONGWOOD — Comic book and gaming stores of all shapes and sizes are thriving in Central Florida, with more than a dozen giving enthusiasts their pick of where to shop, play and mingle. With more than 11,500 square feet of space, the Acme...
  • A Disappointing Start For Medical Marijuana

    A Disappointing Start For Medical Marijuana
    A week ago, medical marijuana finally went on sale at some dispensaries here in Connecticut. As a brain cancer survivor and an outspoken advocate for the legalization of medical marijuana, I've been flooded with calls from reporters for quotes, sound...
  • Grown-up gamers enlist little guys to play

    Grown-up gamers enlist little guys to play
    DEAR AMY: My husband and my father are both video gamers. A new version of their favorite game just came out, and I became aware that it is rated M-Mature by the Entertainment Software Rating Board. The two men believe it is perfectly acceptable for...
  • Can video games damage your child's sight?

    Can video games damage your child's sight?
    My 11-year-old son spends a lot of time in the dark. By which I mean he plays video games and watches TV in his room with al the lights off for a few hours a day. I've always been told that it is bad for your eyes to do that, but when I tell him that,...
  • ‘Smarter Than You’ is a battle of wits, arrows, swords and lies

     
    THE PLAYER The very name of the game is like a glove slapped across the face. “Smarter Than You,” released […]...
  • Theme parks' Halloween scare tactics becoming frightfully high-tech

    Theme parks' Halloween scare tactics becoming frightfully high-tech
    To re-create a bloody scene from the 1981 horror flick "American Werewolf in London," crews at Universal Studios Hollywood installed computer-controlled strobe lights behind the walls of a dark maze to simulate the flash of bullets. An actor wearing a...