Greg Srisavasdi has been covering press junkets and reviewing films since 1991, where he covered the movie beat for the UCLA Daily Bruin. After years working as a entertainment radio journalist for Westwood One, he currently writes and edits for DeepestDream.com. If he's not watching a movie, you can catch him glued to his iPad, playing iOS games and refusing to grow up!
Angry Birds Star Wars II Review
Angry Birds Star Wars was highly praised last year, as Rovio and Lucasfilm managed to merge both universes sans any creative compromises. Angry Birds Star Wars II comes forth with huge pressure to continue the franchise's prodigious momentum. Though it's a given this app will be bring in even more f…
Xbox Live Has A Date With The Oscars And Its Red Carpet
Xbox Live will stream its share of celebrities on Sunday, as it will carry the red carpet coverage of the Associated Press at this year's Academy Awards. Starting Sunday at 6 PM EST, Xbox Live subscribers can also join in on the action by partaking in interactive polls via their Xbox 360 contro…
Skyrim Comforts Gamer After Sister’s Passing
As reported by Kotaku, The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim was a huge form of solace for a gamer who lost his sister to cancer over a year ago, and he shared his experiences on a Reddit thread. Redditor lb-cyber's message was discovered by Bethesda, and a package was delivered to his door on the annive…
Diablo 3 Shares PlayStation 3 Screenshots
Seeing Chris Metzen, Blizzard Entertainment's Senior VP of Story and Franchise Development, surface at this week's PlayStation Meeting was almost as shocking as Janet Leigh's unexpected demise in Psycho. Even if most PC gamers are frustrated with Diablo 3's dabbling into the PlayStation 3 and PlaySt…
Spy Hunter Movie Gains Momentum With New Writer
Momentum is growing for the long in development Spy Hunter film, as Deadline reports that unknown writer Carter Blanchard will pen the screenplay. Although he has no feature films under his best, Blanchard did sell his spec script Glimmer to DreamWorks.
Ghost Recon Online and Assassin’s Creed Cross Paths
The worlds of Ghost Recon Online and Assassin's Creed are temporarily crossing paths, as Ubisoft announced a special promotion to celebrate the upcoming Assassin's Creed III DLC pack The Tyranny of King Washington: The Infamy.
Video Game Homage Comes to Life in Hong Kong Streets
Life imitates art, and at times it can also imitate video games. Shoe brand Jim Rickey hired Stockholm photographer Christian Aslund for its recent ad campaign, in which the streets of Hong Kong were temporarily changed into a 2D video game.
Borderlands 2 DLC Devs Kickstart Their New Game
Triptych Games, the developers behind Borderlands 2's Sir Hammerlock's Big Game Hunt and Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate's Booty downloadable content packs, has launched a Kickstarter campaign for their upcoming game called Fuzzy Slaughter.
Gamer Wants $550,000 For Videogame Collectibles on eBay
As reported by IGN, an avid collector attempted to sell his video games collection for $550,000, and as of this morning, the eBay auction has ended with zero bids. So what does 30 years plus of being a pack rat get you?
Assassin’s Creed Action Figures Receive McFarlane Touch
Assassin's Creed is expanding its world beyond the gaming universe. A movie starring Michael Fassbender is already in the works, and now fans of the Ubisoft franchise will be treated to an Assassin's Creed action figure line that's being developed by McFarlane Toys. The first release …
NBA 2K13 Shoots and Scores With 4.5 Million Copies
Since its October release, NBA 2K13 has shipped over 4.5 million units, and its success has led to a huge boon for Take-Two, which reported a 76% increase in revenue for the quarter ending December 31st, 2012.
No Life On Mars For Fire Emblem Awakening
Maybe it was John Carter or director Brian De Palma's box office bomb, Mission to Mars, but the creators of Fire Emblem Awakening, after early discussions about setting the game on Mars, decided against the idea.