Arcade Sushi editor-in-chief Luke Brown is an experienced video game journalist who has contributed to Official Xbox Magazine and Games Radar. As ComicsAlliance's senior editor, he spends most of his time dishing on the latest action figures, collectibles, and gaming trends.
Google Docs Phishing Attack Targets You From Familiar Accounts
Get an email from a friend or co-worker asking you to open a Google Doc? Don't open it. It's a very clever phishing scheme.
I Feel Like I Can Be Vulnerable Around You: The Strange Positivity of ‘Hi Stranger’
'Hi Stranger' will be there to remind you that you're beautiful, even if the genderless creature calming you also happens to be tremendously creepy.
New Lego Star Wars Game Will Explain C-3PO’s Arm, What Happened to Han Solo’s Crew
The new Star Wars expanded universe is about to drop some knowledge in an unexpected place. When TT Games' Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens arrives this summer, not only will you be able to relive the memorable moments from the sequel 30 years in the making, you'll also get to play through sequences that take place prior to the movie for the very first time. While video games helping to expand on the Star Wars universe is nothing new, most of those experiences (Dark Forces, Shadows of the Empire, Knights of the Old Republic) were wholesale adventures and not just side-missions in a larger game. It is a little bit shocking to learn that this expanded content will appear in a game aimed at kids, particularly given how not so seriously the Lego video games take their inspiration. That said, there's so much new material to mine with Disney and Lucasfilm wiping the previous expanded universe slate clean, and so much desire for new Star Wars details, injecting it in some unlikely places does add another element of excitement in discovery. In an interview with Game Informer, members of TT Games' development teamed dished on just how and where these additional story missions will take place in the grander scheme.
Player Reportedly Reaches the End of Flappy Bird
A new video has surfaced of a player hitting a score of 999 in Flappy Bird, which appears to be the end of the game. It's there he finds a special guest waiting for him.
Toy Fair 2014: Funko’s Pop Line Goes Gaming
Funko has been invading desktops for a few years now with its adorable and vast Funko Pop! collection. This year at Toy Fair, Funko showed off some of its upcoming cute-ified versions of popular characters and licenses like Assassin's Creed, Mass Effect and World of Warcraft.
38 Studios’ Founder Curt Schilling Diagnosed with Cancer
Multiple World Series champion, avid gamer and failed game producer Curt Schilling has been diagnosed with cancer.
Rambo: The Video Game Trailer: Glorified War
John Rambo is waging a console war of his own when Rambo: The Video Game arrives this month. Check out the latest trailer to get a glimpse into what life as an unstoppable killing machine is really like.
Microsoft Promises Halo TV Show Won’t Be Filler
Announced back at E3 2013, Microsoft's upcoming televised adaptation of Halo (to be produced by Steven Spielberg) is going to be the lynchpin for the company's proprietary entertainment studio. As such, there's concern that expanding beyond the games might dilute the series. Fortunately, Microsoft's Phil Spencer said 'Halo' will not be a meaningless effort, and will serve to continue pushing the c
Call of Duty: Ghosts on Sale Worldwide on Xbox Live
The Countdown to 2014 concludes with one of the biggest games of the year getting discounted around the world. Will you spend your New Year getting acquainted with Call of Duty: Ghosts?
Call of Duty: Ghosts Trailer: Tis the Season for Passing
Been wondering what kind of downloadable content is coming to Call of Duty: Ghosts? Wonder no more thanks to this new season pass trailer.