How’s this for a pretty awesome musical interlude for your Saturday morning. A sci-fi music video by Steve Aoki that has Ray Kurzweil, the father of the term Singularity, in it.
Anyone who has followed the EDM (Electronic Dance Music) band Swedish House Mafia will obviously be sad to hear that they are breaking up.
Well, it’s official folks. I’m now a permanent member of the Nothing Serious Podcast as I join with the founding hosts Paul O’Flaherty and Daniel Walters to talk about everything from tech to marketing and atheism (ya that last one is a bit of a stretch for me ).
I was a big fan of the first two Diablo games but steered clear of the latest incarnation due to the price and all the problems they are having with the game. That doesn’t mean that I have had to give up my appreciation and game playing time when it comes to RPGs.
True to form, Bungie appears to be working on another great video game title, of which we’ve only seen one trailer and some screenshots, called Destiny.
Thanks LEGO, I had hoped one day to actually advance beyond building four walls that could hold up a roof; but noooo .. you had to go and ruin all my dreams.
Wow, I almost had to grab for the box of Kleenex on this one folks. Expo is probably one of the best touching sci-fi short films I’ve seen in quite a while.
To hell with all those super dads and their building awesome treehouses or incredible bedrooms with fantastical beds; because I’m betting there isn’t a kid out there that wouldn’t fall down in rapt amazement at getting a kid-cave like this one.
Okay, let me say this right off the the bat – it sucks that this game; like all of Naughty Dogs games it seems, is strictly for the Playstation 3; and while I will never own a PS3 that doesn’t stop me from admiring what is a beautifully crafted game.
Both Batman: Arkham Asylum and its sequel Batman: Arkham City were both bona fide hits for Warner Bros. Games, out of Montreal, so the question was – could they keep it up with a follow-up game?