Ernest Cline’s Armada is everything wrong with gaming culture wrapped up in one soon-to-be–best-selling novel
Badass Digest and the A.V. Club both have some choice perspective to offer concerning Orson Scott Card's public statement about the boycott of the "Ender's Game" film.
Live, play, fight, and die in the Matrix. While the Times catches on to the XboX warriors who train with Full Spectrum Warrior and There, Wired takes a look at what's next for the military-entertainment complex. After Toys and Ender's Game, after America's Army and 9/11 Survivor, where will the convergence of real killing, simulated killing practice, and killing for fun lead?
Finally some more news about Orson Scott Card's book Ender's Game, and the plans to make it into a movie. Obviously I do have the fear that they'll make it suck - but if they do a good job with this, I'll be more excited about it than any movie I've seen in years!