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The Hero ComplexDC Comics launches digital versions of its books for Sony's PlayStation Portable and Apple's iPad and iPhone....
The Hero ComplexBen Fritz, the Los Angeles Times business writer and stand-out contributor to the Company Town blog, drops by the Hero Complex to pose an intriguing question... What's the signature success in entertainment of 2010 so far? Movie fans will be......
L.A. Times Tech BlogNintendo's 3DS doesn't come out until next year, but could a 3G DS be far off? Japan's largest wireless carrier, NTT DoCoMo, is talking with video game console makers about building 3G wireless Internet connectivity into their systems, the company's...
Company TownNine out of 10 of tweens play online games, but what they play depend on their gender....
Times Staff WriterWatching my well-used backpack tumble down the baggage-claim conveyor belt in Philadelphia last fall, it hit me: I hadn't packed a single pair of socks. Or underwear. How had I gotten so out of practice? Thank heavens that was only a weekend trip and...
When the original Skate game was released in late 2007, it succeeded in doing one thing that the very successful Tony Hawk skateboarding franchise didn't do: It made a skating simulator accessible to all. Gone were the maddeningly complex button combos...
Tags: Xbox, Gaming, Television, Teen-agers, Video Games
HOLLYWOOD ALREADY CONTROLS most of what Americans see on TV. Now a pair of representatives in Washington want to help Hollywood control how Americans see it -- whether on their TV or some other new device. As a matter of both law and marketing, it's a bad...
WHEN IT COMES TO the entertainment industry, it seems that no revolutionary deed goes unpunished. Two Hollywood studios sued Sony when it brought out the first affordable home-video recorder in 1976, even though the VCR eventually created a huge new...
Times Staff WritersStefan Eriksson had hoped that millions of video gamers would experience the thrill of street racing on a hand-held device he helped develop. But then Eriksson's $1-million Ferrari was totaled, an accident that gamers around the world may see as a cruel...
Special to The TimesPITY video game players under age 17, the cutoff to purchase and play "mature" rated games. And weep for gamers with high moral standards who turn their nose up at games with lax ethics. They'll miss out on one of the best gaming experiences of all time....
Tags: Xbox, Gaming, Theft, Video Games, Crime, Law and Justice
Special to The TimesArmy for one As strange as it sounds, Army of Two is better when played alone. Playing the co-op war shooter with a friend sitting by your side means a split-screen quagmire created by the game dividing your widescreen TV horizontally, so each player...
Tags: Xbox, Gaming, Defense, Armed Forces, PlayStation
Times Staff WriterYou have to wonder if the thinking went something like this: "Let's see, we've got this new game, Advent Rising, that we're hoping to make into a hit franchise that spawns sequels and a movie deal. Problem is, when people actually play this clunker, and...
Tags: Xbox, Sports, Gaming, Easter, Video Games
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