Sex, games and videotape Video
After the mysterious brutal death of an old friend, a group of teenagers find themselves in possession of "Stay Alive," a next generation horror survival videogame based on the spine-chilling true story of a 17th century noblewoman known as "The Blood Countess." The gamers don't know anything about the game other than they're not supposed to have it... and they're dying to play it. Not able to resist temptation, the group begins to play the grisly game and soon a chilling connection is made ? they are each being murdered one-by-one in the same method as the character they played in the game. As the line between the game world and the real world disappears, the group must find a way to defeat the vicious and merciless Blood Countess, all the while trying to... STAY ALIVE.
Since Jeff can't attend the 26th annual Game Developers Conference on March 5 in SF, we're doing the next best thing and bringing part of the show to him! General Manager Meggan Scavio is our guest today and we're getting all the details on the upcoming show, like how it got its start back when it was called the Computer Game Developers Conference back in 1988 and how the gaming industry has evolved into separate silos for console, PC, and mobile developers.
Games enhanced by wind, vibration, and light, plus mind control and super-realistic motions. Check out the latest in game creation from the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco.
Check out Audi's two-door hottie with a ragtop.
"Star Wars" creator George Lucas on Monday night made a rare appearance to launch the video game "Star Wars: The Force Unleashed." Hear from the game's developer, the actor who played Darth Vader's Secret Apprentice, and eager gamers about why this version is a must-have for any "Star Wars" fan.
News from the Game Developers Conference including a new service for on-demand gaming.
The next generation of Lego's programmable robotics kit teaches kids how to program, but also offers something for adult enthusiasts.
The next time you have a board meeting to attend, perhaps your boss will join in via a robot. This vision from a futuristic film is becoming more and more of a reality as several Silicon Valley companies are developing advanced teleconferencing technologies to connect people around the world. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
Imagine winning $250,000 playing a videogame? That's just what our guest, University of Oregon student Justin Chavarria, did this morning playing in the MLB 2K13 Perfect Game Challenge.