Multiplayer mode will receive a fix in March.
The Flatout series prepares its jump to the Xbox 360.
Why is a DVD version of a classic movie worth $20, but gamers balk at paying $5 for a classic video game?
Long awaited Arcade titles given a timeframe, other games announced.
Proving fantasies are never really final.
360 owners get an advance taste of multiplatform release.
.hack//G.U. Vol. 2 to continue quasi-MMO methods this summer.
Mailer's attempt to explore evil through a fictional recounting of Hitler's youth is better straight historical fiction than philosophical exercise.
Just in time for Valentine's Day, we have a book about on-line dating which can possibly help you.
Fine food, great coffee and new friends. Heart-warming stories of triumph over failure.
People are still waiting for an explanation of the events that led up to the death of John F Kennedy.
There are many writers with big publishing houses who can't write this well.
A book that will make you think and touch your heart.
An autobiographical graphic novel that explores a childhood in Iran during the turbulent years surrounding the 1979 Iranian Revolution.
A solid, effective, fast-paced plot with a number of unusual features that make it an above average thriller.
Jimmy Carter, disregarding basic facts and distorting history, ignores basic principles of peace management and conflict resolution in his polemical book.
A useful book for people struggling to find a simple effective diet plan.
Wherein I get multicultural.
I was wrong.
mental_floss question of the day.
Also: Jacobellis slides to another silver, Barbaro pines for the fjords, and no pitcher will ever retire again, apparently.
The best of the week finds us thoughtful.
Britney is not Paris, and therefore she is not allowed to act like Paris. Paris is a ho and as such is allowed to revel in her ho-dom; Britney is a mother and better stop acting like a ho.
While it is often lauded for the way it benefits the heart and the lungs, wine, the over achiever of alcohol, doesn't just stop there.
By simply being proactive in your drinking, you should be able to avoid regret the morning after.
Chocolate sushi, and two other fun and unique ideas for February 14th.
The Wicker Man may be good for a laugh, but doesn't deliver any chills or thrills.
Beware stringed instruments.
With an estimated population of 3.85 million, will the next American Idol be found in L.A.?
It's a romantic comedy, so we all know what's going to happen, but is the movie fun anyway?
This edition is full of the pain of lost love, the joy of new romance and, as always, passion, desire, and lust.
Norah Jones' will play 22 U.S. and Canadian dates to promote her new album, Not Too Late.
The goodie bag contains all sorts of digital treats for Blogcritics Magazine readers. Enjoy!
Even though Kevin is no longer with us, he has left a wonderful legacy behind him.
A look at February's Featured artist from Past the Point of Rescue to One More Midnight.
The Boxtops' 1967 Hit -- Most Perfect Single Ever?
Funny how things change and how one album can spark your interest in a band.
Jewel never needed to resemble any act - she’s an amazing talent all by herself.
Does it all come down to the mysterious phrase: opportunity requirements?
Beating up Joe Biden avoids a much needed national conversation about race and culture.
The Democratic field has been clearing out relatively quickly and early this cycle.
The current anti-immigration mania sweeping the nation began with John Tanton.
Bush has put us in a position where, like the war or not, we simply cannot afford to lose it. Then we'll see real terrorism here.