“There are no known side effects associated with homeopathic remedies,” says a website that’s hustling its new spray-based homeopathic remedies. You know why that is? Because there are no effects, period. If there’s one thing that gets my back up, its people making money from abusing people’s hope with “alternative” medicine. There is no such thing as alternative medicine. If it worked, it would just be called medicine.
In Other News: Danger Closed, now DICE LA, Next Xbox adds an X with X86, PS Plus gets better, Mobile gaming is dying, “gamer” needs to die and the Wii U Gamepad spills its guts.
Here’s the news we didn’t post because we were too busy spraying homeopathic crap in our mouths.
EA Renames Danger Close As DICE LA And Gives It Some Star Wars
Xbox 720 job ads point to X86 processing, PC architecture
PS4 & Xbox 720 At E3 Will Reveal Price, Release Date & More
Demon’s Souls, ICO & SOTC, and Kingdoms of Amalur free on PlayStation Plus in June
Sony trademarks rumoured PS4 marketing slogan Greatness Awaits
Company of Heroes 2 Red Star Edition revealed
GREE financials: net profit down 65% to ¥4.7 billion, new strategy moving forward
Steam update adds player levels based on community badges
WWE 2K14 UK release date punched up
The WWII dogfights of War Thunder are headed to PS4
Opinion: Let’s retire the word ‘gamer’
Secrets of the Wii U GamePad
Skullgirls character color packs hit PSN, balance patch out on XBLA
Finally, those Maroon 5 songs you wanted are available in Rocksmith
DayZ Developers Went To The Real Chernarus, Took Pictures
God of War: Ascension multiplayer DLC gets primordial
Call of Duty devs assembling focus group to ‘shape future’ of the series
Ever Wonder Just How Big League of Legends Is? Let This Video Show You
Humble Double Fine Bundle adds a bunch of prototype games
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Last Updated: May 15, 2013