Metal Gear Solid Almost Sued For Being Like Escape From New York?

by Todd Blackon October 27, 2015
It’s a well known fact that rarely is anything original in any media. Hence the phrase, “there’s nothing new under the sun.” You can put your own spin on it, add your own flavor to it, even add a twist or two, but rarely is it original. That being said, there’s a difference between not being […]
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Oculus Founder Accused of Fraud and Theft

by Todd Blackon May 25, 2015
There’s no denying that any business that gets millions of dollars, or has the potential to receive millions of dollars, can be cutthroat. Whether it’s people leaving to start their own business, or join a competitor, it can be brutal. In this modern age, where indie games and Kickstarter funded projects raise millions of dollars […]


Gaming: The Harbinger of the Singularity?

by Rustyn Clarkon April 6, 2015
Is AI learning from human input and interaction? Will this bring our Robot Overlords to power? Don’t want the lesson? Skip to The Conspiracy! Defining the Singularity Singularity – The advent of Artificial Intelligence that exceeds that of its human creators. Along with becoming smarter than humans, these computers and machines also gain sentience and break […]

Conspiracy Corner: Lavender Town Syndrome

by Kyle Robisonon May 7, 2013
Many children in the United States grew up with a Game Boy. Many of those children fell in love with Pokemon. However, there is an urban legend surrounding a particular area of the original Japanese release of Pokemon Red and Green in early 1996. I’m talking of course, of the infamous “Lavender Town Syndrome”.


Everyday Paranormal Experiences, Interview #8

by Rustyn Clarkon September 28, 2012
I’m pretty skeptical about people’s stories – especially the more bizarre and flamboyant they get, but I’m not interviewing people to judge their credibility.  I’m interviewing them to hear about all the different experiences people have (or claim to) with the paranormal, be it ghosts, aliens, monsters, or other unexplained phenomena.  The experience I will […]

What are Number Stations?

by Kyle Robisonon September 22, 2012
For a very long time, the paranormal and certain conspiracies typically consisted of stories and eye-witness accounts that were difficult to verify, alongside the occasional jittering low-resolution photo or video. This makes accounts of the paranormal or theories of government and/or corporate conspiracy widely panned by the majority, with only a small few embracing the […]


Is World War III in the pipeline?

by Robert Strickon September 16, 2012
It has been a while since we’ve posted anything conspiracy related, however things have been blowing up around the world over the last few months. The video below is less than 15 minutes long, but does an excellent job of detailing some of the events over the last 50 years that have several people worried […]
Halo Online

Iconic franchises here to stay possibly signalling shrinking innovation in gaming

by ImmortalPhoenixon August 1, 2012
         The mentality of the gamers has shifted a lot since the 1990’s. Back then, sequels were looked at with caution and most people looked for originality in games and “The next best thing”.          You never went to your friends home and said, “Hey do you have the new version of ______” or “Are […]