Can we just take a second to acknowledge that the weather in Dallas-Fort Worth these past couple of weeks has been glorious? Optimal for outdoor shows, BYOB events and the like, the weather should remain this awesome--barring a tornado or two--for a short while longer (before the inevitable Texas su ... More >>
SpyHunter007Back in 1982, Ben Gold was the greatest Stargate player of all time, setting the world record in Richardson.Thanks to this brief heads-up on the NBC5 Web site, I just spent the last little while researching Ben Gold, the local man set to be inducted into the brand-spankin'-new Interna ... More >>
Tuesday, April 14, at the Granada Theater
Prepare your fingers for the Texas Pinball Festival
Xbox-ers are no doubt anxiously awaiting tomorrow, when Microsoft finally unleashes its Halo Wars demo in advance of the game's March 3 release date. (Am I the only person who misses Tempest? Ooooh -- thanks, Atari!) I digress. So happens there's an extremely local connection to the Halo spin-off: T ... More >>
Nolan Bushnell: making it easier and easier for people not to move to have fun Nolan Bushnell is known for having created two things that made America very, very fat: the video game (more or less -- he's the papa of Atari, after all) and Irving-based Chuck E. Cheese's, maker of perhaps the worst piz ... More >>
There's not much besides an extra controller to these minigames
Get out the magnifying glass. It's time to burn a game.
Under the stars, a disco-era Dream; unpleasant peasants mar murky Les Miz
Senses are overloaded
at And/Or, the new gallery
on the block
This horrible Winter Olympics game doesn't even medal.
The Matrix: Path of Neo is more chop suey than chopsocky.
Peter Jackson's King Kong earns its crown.
A residency program for artists fades quietly
Old Ataris playing music? Singing with a dot-matrix printer? For this duo, it's all perfectly natural.
PBS revisits a "classic"
For Stereolab, pop music is all academic
Everything I need to know about the modern American teen I learned by going to the movies
How Wu-Tang Clan won the world
For an up-and-coming Dallas multimedia company with a hot lawyer game, life imitates CD-ROM