I like cliches.  They make good fodder when making fun of stuff.  And, if there's one thing I never tire of it's making fun of stuff.  If there are two things I never tire of, then the second one is driving the wrong way in racing games, but trendily, I digress.  For a good generation or two I've been hearing all about how PC gaming was on the way out.  I'm not sure whether the

Only $3.99 a Minute

I just wanted to pay a little homage to the die-hards of the gaming industry. I'm not talking about people, though. I'm talking about the little reminders we see of days long gone. I remember my friend's Nintendo pen. It was always by the NES so he would be able to grab it and jot down whatever string of digits the game would use as a "save spot".

Firefly Movie Confirmed

Joss Whedon's Firefly TV series was a hot topic back when we first launched GWJ and it looks like the cancelled series isn't done with us yet. The Hollywood Reporter has word that Firefly has been confirmed for a feature film and will start shooting Q1 2004. Joss Whedon himself will be directing the flick (his first time doing a movie) and Mutant Enemy will be producing it.

PlanetSide: Core Combat Interview

Dallas Dickinson, producer of the upcoming Planetside expansion spared a few moments to answer some questions sent in by our resident Planetside expert, Fangblackbone. The interview contains some info about the new vehicles in the game, the new underground areas and much more. If you have any interest in the upcoming Core Combat expansion be sure to read on!

Rockstar Decides to Make More Money

Microsoft miscreants mull more malfeasance.  And in other, less alliterative news, Rockstar games has announced that it's bringing its crime training simulation Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City to the Xbox in either an effort to expand their best-selling franchise, or to compliment their already successful experiments toward creating a generation of ruthless super criminal

Lionheart: Legacy of the Crusader

Lionheart had everything in place to become one of the best crpgs of, at least, this year.  Produced in conjunction with Black Isle Studios by Reflexive Entertainment, using Fallout's SPECIAL combat system, and attached to an intriguing narrative it seemed inevitable that Lionheart would be both an intellectually compelling and eminently playable game.  Set in the years following the disjunct

Half-Life 2 Version Schemes

PlanetHalfLife has what appears to be a (confirmed) response of Gabe Newell to a question about how much Half-Life 2 is going to cost via Valve's Steam service. He mentions some details on the versions and payment schemes available. Those who prefer purchasing the 'boxed' Half-Life 2 might want to know that there will be several editions available.

Score One for the Little Guy

No this isn't a cross-post from our sister site "PornosWithMidgets.com". I saw over at Slashdot Games that there's one less exclusive demo out there. The Call of Duty demo on Friday was supposed to be exclusive to a certain little green website we all know and love.

September 1st - 7th

I hope everyone had a refreshing long weekend full of fun and frivolity. If you didnÂ't than maybe you should have picked up some of last weekÂ's awesome releases instead of watching Xena re-runs. WeÂ've got a few heavy hitters this week with SEGAÂ's ESPN Football 2004 finally hitting the shelves and the Battlefield 1942: Secret Weapons expansion also making an appearance.

Doom 3 & id.net Bits

GameArena features an interview with Tim Willits and Todd Hollenshead on - who would have guessed it - Doom 3. They've answered a number of questions, also talking about the mod aspect of the anticipated FPS as well as the multiplayer mode.