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Fans Noticed That This Game Was Missing A Few Levels...So They Rebuilt Them On Their Own

When it finally released in 2007, S.T.A.L.K.E.R: Shadow of Chernobyl bore very little in common with what fans were treated to when it was first unveiled in 2002. A group of modders has set out to address this problem, creating a mod which rebuilds the "lost content" seen in the alpha from scratch.

Oculus Rift Hack Shows How Much Lag Sucks In Real Life

Lag may well be one of the most frustrating things a gamer will ever experience; even a minor delay can be the difference between victory and defeat. But what if that lag were to be carried over into real life? A Swedish Broadband provider decided to test this with the Oculus Rift and Raspberry Pi.

Atari's Mythical E.T. Landfill Has Finally Been Discovered In New Mexico

E.T. The Extraterrestrial is widely held to be the worst game ever made - so bad it contributed to the video game crash of 1983. An urban legend grew up around this awful game: that thousands of cartridges were buried in New Mexico at Atari's request.

Turns out the legend was true. 

Denmark's Government Is Spreading The Word About Its Country With Minecraft

On the list of innovative ways to get the word out about your country, this one ranks pretty highly: The Denmark Ministry of Environment today announced that it has mapped out its entire country on a 1:1 scale in Minecraft. In other words, if you've ever wanted to explore Denmark, now's your chance.

KOR-FX Vest Will Let You Feel Your Games (And Other Media, Too)

I've previewed a few pieces of virtual reality tech in my time writing for Inventorspot, but KOR-FX may well be one of the most interesting yet. What makes it so unique isn't anything to do with its interaction with games, though - it's that it can be used with any other form of media, as well.

The Games For Change Festival Is Looking To Go Mainstream

Good news, everyone! The Games for Change Festival today announced a partnership with the Tribeca Film Festival. Seen by many as the Sundance of gaming, the festival this year is both narrowing its focus and broadening its context in hopes of showing just how important games culture has become.

Sir David Attenborough Is Making A Documentary With The Oculus Rift

For anyone who doubted that the Oculus Rift has some awesome applications outside video games, it gives me great pleasure to present to you "Conquest of the Skies," a nature documentary being developed by Sir David Attenborough. It'll be the first of its kind - and hopefully first of many.

Five Awesome Video Game Radio Stations For Your Listening Pleasure

One of my favorite things about video games is definitely the music.There's actually a great deal of talent, passion, and variety in gaming's music scene. Not surprisingly, there's a host of radio stations dedicated to the music - here's just a few of my favorites.

Are Video Games Making You Angry? You're Probably Just Incompetent

Gaming's foes have long held that there's a direct link between video games and aggressive behavior.  They were at least half right - scientists have just linked aggression to games with an interesting bridge: incompetence. Apparently, being bad at something - especially games - makes us angry. 

These Computers Are Learning By Teaching One Another Pac-Man

Researchers at Washingon State University have touched on a very fascinating way to improve machine learning and artificial intelligence: by having said machines teach each other to play video games. No, that isn't an April Fools' Joke: it's a legitimate scientific study.