The Bulletin

  • Major League Gaming broadcast desk

    This Isn’t SportsCenter

    Sony throws the PlayStation 3 a bone, the Xbox gets a new boss, and professional video game players take one step closer to becoming superstar athletes. Plus: Obsidian dreams of The Ultimate Video Game.

  • Broken Age


    Double Fine goes over budget, Microsoft tries to recover, and a PlayStation 2-era shooter returns from leave.

  • The Ouya console

    Stacking The Deck

    Forget the new consoles. This week is all about virtual trading cards and the Ouya.

  • Flip-flops

    Flip-Flop Weather

    Nintendo and Apple look to the future while Microsoft backtracks.

  • Xbox E3 2013 press conference

    Why Can’t We Be Friends?

    At E3 2013, everyone gangs up on Microsoft, everyone falls in love with Sony, and Nintendo is also there.

  • Metal Gear Solid V

    Kiefer Madness

    The voice of Solid Snake gets replaced, and the Xbox One gets more confusing.

  • Massive Chalice

    Every Move You Make

    The new Kinect plans to keep an eye on you, Double Fine launches another Kickstarter, and EA wants to be loved again (if you’ll let it)

  • Xbox One


    Microsoft made a mess of the Xbox One reveal last week. Now that the dust has settled, here’s what we know (and what we don’t).

  • Adventure Time

    Keep Games Weird

    Pac-Man, Sonic, Luigi, and Adventure Time are getting new games. But who cares about that when a new Incredible Machine is in the works?

  • Darth Vader, Lando Calrissian, and Boba Fett

    EA Strikes Back

    Star Wars finds a new home, Eternal Darkness returns, and Mecha Nazis attack.

  • Call Of Duty

    Son Of The Mask

    Call Of Duty gets a sequel, EVE gets a TV show, and everybody else gets sued.

  • The Bureau

    Slice Of Life

    You can now order pizza from your video game machine. There’s also other news that doesn’t matter nearly as much.

  • 2 Link 2 Past

    Nintendo is making a big-name sequel, Resident Evil’s creator is returning to survival horror, and the XCOM shooter disappears in this week’s news roundup.