Earnest Cavalli has been writing about games, tech and digital culture since 2005 for outlets including Wired, Joystiq, Digital Trends and the Portland Mercury. In meatspace reality, he’s a tall, charming cat owner with a worrying dedication to an ornery, gray ball of fur and claws.
Dean "Rocket" Hall created the hit zombie survival game DayZ in his spare time. Is it any surprise then that he's upset at Hammerpoint Interactive for swiping the same concept for its exceedingly similar title, The War Z?
Silicon Knights' action title Too Human has disappeared from the Xbox Live Marketplace along with all of its related content. The reason is unclear, though we suspect it's the result of the developer's ongoing legal problems.
Bethesda promised that the PlayStation 3 version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim would eventually see the same DLC as the Xbox 360 game. It took months of waiting, but that claim finally seems to be coming true.
Curt Schilling battled through a gory foot injury to win the second game of the 2004 World Series. Schilling is now selling the bloody sock he wore that day to help offset the massive debt of 38 Studios.
Bethesda Softworks hopes to create a television series based on the long-running, fan favorite Fallout franchise of post-apocalyptic roleplaying games, assuming you believe the records of the US Patent and Trademark Office.
Representative Jim Matheson has proposed a new bill to Congress that would make the current video games ratings system administered by the ESRB a legally binding set of guidelines that could land you in jail.