It's time for your pre-Thanksgiving news with the lovely Ms. Layla Kayleigh who's here to tell us about the potential for The Beatles on iTunes, a Tivo Mobile app that lets you set recordings on the go, and the shutdown of our favorite Viagra game.
In Your Pants
Like many videogamers in America, we were thrilled when we picked up the new issue of esteemed men’s mag Playboy and discovered that Miss November, the lovely Grace Kim, was not only a gamer but actually worked in the PR department of Activision and repped Guitar Hero for a spell before parting ways after snapping her nudie pics!
So we stuck Grace on Guitar Hero World Tour (Activision, multi-platform) and asked her to tell us what she thinks. Now, Grace ain’t necessarily a Guitar Hero pro per say, but she loves it and has played enough to think Rock Band is the better game (start ranting on the boards now)! Plus, she’s smokin’ HOT and really fun to look at as she rocks out. Seriously.
So enjoy this Playboy-tastic look at Guitar Hero World Tour courtesy of Grace Kim and try to keep it in your pants, boys!
Today is THE DAY, gamers!
Yes, it’s Halloween and you need to be scared out of your pants, don’t ya? Yes, you do. Well, there’s a werewolf on the loose in the X-Play studios and it’s about to get real bloody up this b*tch! No one is safe...especially Morgan and Adam!
Watch the final installment of X-Play's frightening 2007 Halloween Special and try not to have a heart attack. Please.
Layla Kayleigh reports on the latest news including stories about Microsoft's new celeb-heavy commercials, the return of Beacon on Facebook, the pricing of an upcoming Google Android phone and Amazon's new content delivery service, Cloud.
If you’ve been waiting for the announcement that William Shatner's James T. Kirk would be making an appearance in the upcoming new Star Trek flick…er, don’t hold your breath.
According to a recent interview with Star Trek director J.J. Abrams, Shatner was written into the film for a cameo, but refused to agree to anything but a pivotal co-starring role so it was nixed.
“It was very tricky,” Abrams said. “We actually had written a scene with him in it that was a flashback kind of thing, but the truth is, it didn't quite feel right. The bigger thing was that he was very vocal that he didn't want to do a cameo. We tried desperately to put him in the movie, but he was making it very clear that he wanted the movie to focus on him significantly, which, frankly, he deserves. The truth is, the story that we were telling required a certain adherence to the Trek canon and consistency of storytelling. It's funny — a lot of the people who were proclaiming that he must be in this movie were the same people saying it must adhere to canon. Well, his character died on screen. Maybe a smarter group of filmmakers could have figured out how to resolve that.”
WTF? C’mon, Bill! This is likely your last shot to strap on those Kirt-pants and strut your stuff on the Enterprise!
We're live-blogging the Microsoft press conference! Click the tag for a minute by minute account of the big announcements made and all the excitement.
The overall theme of the conference: Xbox seems to be trying very hard to position themselves as a company that supports the core gaming community (Fallout 3, Gears 2, FF XIII) while making new in-roads into the casual demographic. A lot of time was spent on initiatives that position the 360 as a family entertainment hub--whether it's a deal with Netflix or the new, Wii-like avatars and a big focuse on family friendly titles.
Read the point-by-point account under the cut.
Every month Neal Tiles, G4's President, answers your questions about G4 submitted by you, our community of viewers and readers. Head on over to the Open Source page to submit your burning questions about G4.
Neal is here to answer all of your questions, and to prove to you that he puts his pants on exactly the same way that you do, except that his are better pants, and that he could conceivably hire someone to put them on for him. Ok, bad example. Let's move on.
There are, however, rules for Open Source, so listen up. First and foremost, no flaming. If you're disgruntled, put it nicely, and you'll have a much better shot of having your question answered. So, get that laundry list of questions ready, and let the answering begin.
Also, be sure to check Neal's previous posts to make sure your question hasn't already been answered.
Every week, Anna David answers your sex and romance questions in the safety and calm of our studios and she does a bang up job, but recently she decided to do something a bit different, something more raw and exciting. Rather than wait for you timid lambs to come to her with your sex questions, she decided to go to you.
Anna combed the streets of New York looking for curious souls with sex on the brain and she had no problem finding them. Indulge your voyeuristic side and allow yourself this one, lingering look into the hidden and erotic thought's of the Big Apple's most amorous and free spirited denizens.
Everyone's favorite pretty lady who talks about sexual issues is back! Anna David will be here live in the studio to answer your questions.
Here's what Anna David has to say about herself:
"Anna David has been on staff at Premiere and Parenting, was a fulltime freelancer at People, wrote a sex and relationship column for Razor, and has also been published in Details, Playboy, Cosmo, Maxim, Stuff, Redbook, Teen Vogue, The LA Times, Vanity Fair, Variety, People, Us Weekly, TV Guide,The New York Post, Tatler, Esquire UK, Movieline, LA Confidential, Vegas, and Ocean Drive, among many others.
She's a pop culture expert for The Today Show, appears regularly on Fox Reality Channel's Reality Remix, and has also been featured on ESPN's Cold Pizza, Fox's The Best Damn Sports Show Period, NBC's The Other Half, The Style Network's Modern Girl's Guide to Life, and a collection of shows on VH1 and E! Her first novel, Party Girl, is out now." Read on to see Anna's answers to today's questions.