When you think go-to places for high-end fashion, Amazon falls somewhere between Walmart and Hot Topic. The online sales giant wants to change all that, posting itself up to be your one-stop shop for name brand vests and shoes that won’t get you sent home from work.
Rumor has it drastic changes are afoot for the Dead Space series, which replicates the thrills and chills of the Alien movies so well that it practically feels as though Ridley Scott cribbed from the notebook of Dead Space hero Isaac Clarke. But there are so many metallic corridors you can slink through before things start to get a little old, which is why we’re pleased to hear the setting for the third game is supposedly set on an icy planet.
We’d like to believe we’re so psychically in tune with beer that we can sense its presence, but that’s just not the case. That’s why NearBeer exists, to show us how close we are to cheap booze at all times.
Division III football players usually have as much of a shot at playing in the NFL as our dead grandma but the age of technology has opened up things a bit for anyone with an arm and a camera to turn some heads. If your arm is strong enough, your video is flashy enough and some awful team is desperate enough, anything can happen.
Sony may be stubbornly refusing to lower the price of its slow-selling Vita handheld, but at least retailers are stepping up to toss in some awesome stuff in for free in order to make the system a sexier buy. Maybe not Kate Upton sexy, but certainly at least Mileena sexy.
When a game is available in cheaper and more expensive versions, it rarely makes sense to spring for the more expensive version before you start playing. Ash II: Shadows, though, is an exception. If you’re in to the genre, you may as well buy the full version upfront.
The best and worst aspect of email and instant messaging is that they make it easy to blow people off and give you at least a glimmer of hope that your recipient hasn’t seen your unreturned messages. Now Facebook wants to zap all the uncertainty away, updating the Facebook Messenger app so message-senders will be able to tell that recipients have seen messages.
Games based on TV shows, especially comedies, usually turn out like blind dates — bloated, lacking personality and wastes of money that take all too long to end. But developers and publishers keep trying, so that’s why we’re getting new games based on Family Guy and South Park, despite even the series’ most devoted fans having long since given up hope that they’d be worthwhile.
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