Iterating Bejeweled isn't as bad as releasing Dragon's Lair again.
Because nothing is more relaxing than a giant floating head.
Wait, what was I talking about?
You may have forgotten but remember to check out part two of Remember Me.
Alternate payment plans can be helpful.
Graham and Paul do their best to make it through the daunting opening of Resident Evil 6.
Graham and Paul take us into the zombie infected future of 2005.
This week, ENN attempts to get to the bottom of the apparent success of videogame novelizations.
I resolve to never make resolutions again.
Wouldn't it suck if it was foggy out when you jumped to your death?
It shouldn't be easy to be successful, but it should at least be possible.
Every character wears out their welcome at some point. The trick is knowing when to let them make a classy[…]
Despite distractions, Morgan finds time to ridicule science.
A message from one of our favorite Canadian comedians.
Peter Molyneux is going to be disgustingly rich.
Sure ice cream is delicious, but where does it come from?
Our "How to Talk Like a Pirate" Q&A panel at the CCI Film Festival.
Energy drinks in a confined space made for an interesting first day on the road.
Truly, a male bonding experience.
Free Death Ray. Only used once. You pick up.
Giving adults everywhere ideas for trick or treating.
Keep your hair clean and fresh with these tips from future Romanian Princess Kathleen!
Paul investigates the space requirements of Kinect.
Canadian silliness reigns supreme in this episode of Feed Dump.
ENN investigates the disappearance of RPG elements from gaming.
CheckPoint Live, now with correct seating orientation! Also, stories about SimCity, Germany and Microsoft.
Running without a gun is just taking your life into your hands, everyone knows that!
Further proof that Crytek has something against the letter 'I'.
Intro to an epic fantasy game or Power Rangers action scene? You decide.
Graham and Paul get inducted into the Saints and bring us along for the ride.
Bob has trouble with the basic concept of truth in advertising.
Is The Sims the most progressive game ever? Maybe? Maybe.
Santa's first several choices were probably busy, so he called Graham.
Occupy the North Pole and Nigerians get into poop sifting.
The LRR crew engages in the fine tradition of not knowing what your friends want.
France has quite the interesting names for cities apparently.
The 2009 holiday gaming release, seen here, is one of the rarest video games, in the world.
Pac Man is being "re-imagined" with a "cool" cartoon and video game. Oh boy.
Blizzard recently mused out loud what StarCraft might look like as a free-to-play title.
Bob encounters his nemesis: quantum physics.
A scientist's rebuttal to the Insane Clown Posse
When you go into the woods don't forget your phone.
On this week's CheckPoint, the crew tackles EA Sports' new Season Ticket program.
Paul and jeremy take a look at Activision's new 'Elite' service.
The news, man... it's... it's all crazy and stuff.
Stardock Software is dangerously close to poking a hornets' nest.
Yes, we got all your tweets about the turtle guy.
Blood is to Vampire as Pig is to ?
When you find yourself in over your head, financially, you can call Seth McDebit.
Alex I'll take "wait, this actually happened in real life?!" for $200 please.
We like to think this is how all ninjas get psyched for battle.
In which two grown men and/or demons stand around awkwardly and compare penis size.
As is tradition here at LRR, we mark the end of semester by showing off something Graham did in Video Art.
Just keep asking yourself, "Does this seem remotely like a game I want in my house?" (The answer is no).
"Turn 1, Plains, Doomed Traveller, Go."
Yes, we get it. People say the darndest things
Because who else is going to keep you up to date on what crazy people are putting down their throats.
Make sure to stretch ahead of time.
Next time, it might help if you got a doctor's note.
When an illness hits one of the LRR crew, it's like a house of... dominoes. Or... something. Leave me[…]