Remember the Electronic Entertainment Expo -- that action-packed madhouse of a video game conference that was once the industry's biggest event of the year? It took place again this week, only this time it was much smaller, tamer and, overall, a big snooze-fest.
Aspiring singers tired of watching others soak up the spotlight on the wildly popular "American Idol" television show can now have their 15 minutes of fame (and longer) with "Konami's Karaoke Revolution Presents: American Idol" for the Sony PlayStation 2.
Unlike Hollywood horror movies that often get worse with each new sequel ("Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan," for example), Konami's scary "Silent Hill" series gets better -- and creepier -- with age.
NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Back in the ninth grade, I wanted to be a scientist. It fascinated me how brilliant men and women could look objectively at issues that had baffled mankind for years and find answers.
Let's face it: We've always talked to our video games. We yelled at Frogger to watch out for traffic. We uttered our best Schwarzenegger-esque kiss-off lines before blowing away aliens in "Doom" -- ("Hasta la vista, E.T.!"). And I may have silently proposed to Lara Croft once or twice over the years.