Tuna. Shrimp. And salmon. These aren't pieces of fish, but rather, transforming robots.
Last weekend, millions of Chinese high school students sat through a test that will determine the rest of the their lives. Some will do well, some will fail but none have failed as miserably as the ones who were caught cheating.
Sure, Fallout deals with the mutant shootin' aftermath of a nuclear holocaust years later, but what about those first weeks? When people are still banging on the door of your bunker asking for help?
Sony sold 18.7 million consoles this year, a figure that puts it back at the top over Nintendo's 16.3 million and Microsoft's 11.6 million.
While the first movie suffered somewhat from its limited scope as the story's beginning, Midsummer Knight's Dream is where the tale really hits its stride.
You fools, you'll kill us all! Wait, Pac-Man? Oh, carry on then. A team at Stanford Bioengineering's Riedel-Kruse Lab have mixed digital overlays and electrically controlled microorganisms to make playable games.
It looks like someone has caught them all.
Technically, the hell on Earth that is E3 doesn't start until this afternoon. That hasn't stopped stuff happening so here's a round up of all the things seen, leaked, and released so far.
Konami just released MGSV: The Phantom Pain's E3 trailer a little ahead of time. I guess someone went nucleeeaaaaarrrrrrrrr.
E3: where console war turns into console peace.
Julien got a little more exposure than most artists can manage when he did the animated intros for the BBC's coverage of the 2012 Olympics.
The best thing about Titanfall was not the mechs. It was the wall-running. So the more games doing that sort of stuff, the better.
Skyrim's NPCs have been working through their clockwork lives like, well, clockwork since 2011. It's time for a break.
The MS-ISAC, a group established to "improve the overall cyber security posture of state, local, tribal and territorial governments", isn't even waiting for people to hack traffic signs to blame it on video games.
The moment I opened Sideshow Collectibles' Sixth Scale Nathan Drake figure from Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception is the moment it stopped being a Nathan Drake figure. No, this is a creepy six-legged spider figure with a Nathan Drake accessory.
Four player co-op anyone? There's no mention of mutiplayer on this E3 banner and unlike previous online characters all this lot clearly look like actual assassins.