The Matrix: The Path of Neo Video
Brian Tong returns from the islands in time for us to get collectively punked by a surprisingly elaborate rumor about Keanu Reeves and two more Matrix sequels. But that's nothing compared to the punking that is AOL's subscription service, which generates 60% of its profits and isn't needed by pretty much anyone who pays for it. Ouch. Plus, the tech bubble is our new drinking game and the white iPhone ... never mind. We're not talking about that damn thing anymore. --Molly
Game emulators let you play old-time games from Atari, Sega, and Nintendo on your very own computer.
The Pantech Matrix Pro is a decent Windows Mobile smartphone, but its clunky design and lack of Wi-Fi are disappointing.
Brian Cooley shows you how to use an emulator to play some of the best homebrew Atari 2600 games available today.
The "Prince of Persia" series found much success in the previous generation of video games. Now Ubisoft is back with a new "Prince of Persia"--complete with a unique art style and a brand-new fighting mechanic. You'll also be joined by a Elika, a female character who helps you fight enemies and solve puzzles. "Prince of Persia" is set to release by year's end for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.
Borderlands 2 brings with it all of the shooting and looting fun we had the first go around, but this time the game is focusing on co-op play.
It's the Toyota Matrix: the car that doesn't have it all, but probably should.
A Matrix for the less tech savvy.
Relive the video game glory days with Atari's new, vintage game console.
The Matrix: Path of Neo (Xbox) Review
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