Posts Tagged ‘history’

Top 10 Most Memorable Moments in E3’s History

by Mihai Cosmin Naeon May 30, 2014
Since 1995 the Electronic Entertainment Expo, known as E3, has been the home to surprising reveals, big announcements and huge disappointments in gaming industry. The biggest publishers and manufacturers are present at the event to show us what’s next for gaming, but poor preparation or choices can lead them to embarrassing moments. With less than […]

The Museum

by Maggie Wilandon April 3, 2014
I’d like it to be known right off the bat that I own almost every console, and they’re in my closet, unlike me. Yay lesbian jokes! I have a Dreamcast, a Gamecube, a Genesis, an N64, a PS1 & 2, every gameboy, an original Xbox, an Xbox 360, a Wii and whatever else you can […]

The Smithsonian is Paying Tribute to Art in Games

by AJ Dellingeron January 13, 2012
Who says video games aren’t art? (Aside from Roger Ebert, but I try to blank out that fact because I like his opinions on most other things.) The Smithsonian Museum thinks the art of games are worth recognizing, and we’ve got to agree with them. They’ll be launching GameFest, a dedication to the Art of […]