Bah, the old dying server was down again when your overlord tried to post again. Now, it's back and here is what was missed:
YouTube has a video collection titled "All Your History" -- "All Your History Are Belong To Us (Game Development History) -- Uncover the dirt behind your favorite video game franchises ..."
Which one do you prefer to do? Reading (books, magazines, and/or newspapers) or playing computer/video games?Submitted by ant on Sat, 01/29/2011 - 9:23am. Apple Games | Arcades | Health | History | Non-Apple Computer Games | Online Games | Personal | Reading Materials | Religion/Culture | Sight Seeings | T(elevision/V/elly) (S(serie/how)/Movie/Film)s | Technology | Videogame Console | Web Games
Epic Win FTW shares an amusing movie shot/poster
Internet Movie Firearms Database (IMFDb) -- Not just movies, but also television (TV) shows, video and computer games, etc.Submitted by ant on Tue, 01/18/2011 - 6:38pm. Addon/Modification | Apple Games | Arcades | Art/Design | Education/School | History | Non-Apple Computer Games | Online Games | Personal | Reading Materials | Sight Seeings | T(elevision/V/elly) (S(serie/how)/Movie/Film)s | Videogame Console
This three pages Dorkly article tells the "ten/10 western games and trends that never caught on in Japan" -- "In the olden days of gaming, everything worthwhile came out of Japan, as did all of the console manufacturers.
Your overlord agrees with this old xkcd comic strip on web browsers' Flash games versus/vs. the most powerful game systems these days. Your overlord wasted a lot of hours today with them and was supposed to be doing other productive things.
Blue's News share a Cracked.com chart/infographic showing "Why Modern War First Perspective Shooter (FPS) Games All Look the Same" -- "... makers of modern war FPS games are fresh out of ideas. To truly get a handle on the situation while making us all billionaires, we decided to try and figure out the formula they all appear to be following.
VideoGame Lookalikes (VGL) is a web site that has many images comparing real-life people (including from the gaming community) with videogame character