Title: Million Dollar Arm
HTS Overall Score:77
I hate watching sports, but I LOVE a good...
Title: A Million Ways to Die in the West
HTS Overall Score:80
Seth McFarlane has...
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A MILLION WAYS
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Bonus Features Include:
Alternate Ending, Deleted...
GTA 5 most expensive game in history, cost £170 million to make & market
Grand Theft Auto 5 is the most expensive game in history with total development and marketing spend hitting £170 million.
A report by Scottish newspaper The Scotsman places Rockstar’s spend on GTA 5...
PS4 dated for November: over 1 million pre-ordered, 33 titles for launch
Sony’s Andrew House announced a release date for PlayStation 4 during the firm’s gamesom press conference this afternoon.
He confirmed that over 1 million PS4′s have been pre-ordered so far and...
Nintendo required to pay ex-Sony engineer $15 million for 3D patent
Nintendo has been ordered to pay ex-Sony engineer Seijiro Tomita $15 million in compensation for use of his 3D imaging patent in 3DS consoles.
CVG reports that Tomita won the case back in March and...
Madden suit awards $11 million to original programmer
A jury has ruled in favor of original Madden programmer Robin Antonick, awarding him $11 million in damages in a suit against EA Sports.
A Californian District Court jury spent three days deliberating its verdict...
Home theater systems certainly aren't what they used to be. From unique entertainment sources (i.e. Internet streaming) to the Dolby experience at home, and now home theaters taking longer to build than entire homes, we are a far cry away from the giant tube TVs that were so big they didn't need...
A new report presented by Nielsen indicates that 5 million U.S. residents are no longer flipping through the channels in the "traditional" way, and instead are opting for what is being called "Zero TV."
This is not an indication of course that more people are settling in for a good read...