The British television show The Gadget Show has built the ultimate simulator for “first person shooter”
I live in Seoul.
A man in China hired virtual “assassins” to hunt down his son in online video games and kill off his avatar, according to local media.
With football season still a couple of weeks out, the NBA mired in a lockout situation, and TV viewers ignoring any baseball game that isn’t part of the World Series, sports bar owners have been kind of at a loss about how to fill their seats.
Companies ranging from Electronic Arts to Ubisoft have been drawn to the province as a result of a refundable tax credit that subsidizes 37.5 per cent of a videogame company’s payroll.