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Nerdvana: BioWare today announced a sequel to their award-winning epic RPG "Mass Effect."
The classic "Ys" series of RPG video games comes to the Nintendo DS this week along with a free copy of the game's soundtrack.
Bethesda Softworks, the developer of Fallout 3, has announced the post-apocalyptic action RPG will hit U.S. stores on Oct. 28.
Many gamers got excited about three days ago when gaming supersite IGN debuted a trailer for a movie based on Nintendo’s classic adventure RPG franchise The Legend of Zelda.
The brackets are set. The bubbles have burst. The madness is set to begin. Take a look at all 65 NCAA Tournament teams.
A look at the four first-round series in the WNBA playoffs, which start Thursday:
Meet the Temple Owls
A look at the two WNBA conference finals series, which start Thursday:
The four East Valley boys basketball coaching searches are either in the interview stage or nearing it. There doesn’t seem to be a ton of overlap among the top candidates for each position, and each situation is unique from the others.
You can see a pattern forming.
Memphis coach John Calipari has been many shades of controversial in a coaching career spanning four schools and two NBA franchises.
It’s the quick glance at Amy Patton’s downtime that shows why she’s so good when the lights go on.
Madison Austin, Horizon, Jr., F: A two-year starter on one of the best 5A-II teams in the state, Austin is on the verge of becoming a nightly double-double producer in the paint.
Mercury forward DeWanna Bonner was named the WNBA Rookie of the Month for June on Wednesday, the first Mercury player to win the award in its history.
Mesa High’s Aaron Fuller had a wealth of motivation heading into the 2007-08 basketball season.
As soon as the question was posed, Miner Webster had the answer. The key. The driving force behind one of the stalwarts to Gilbert Highland's second straight 5A Division I state title.
Mike McClellan’s headline should be that “Mexican cartels are well armed due to failure to enforce existing laws in Mexico. (Or, Mexican cartels are lawless criminals). Because if they already have laws prohibiting purchase and possession of weapons larger than .32 handguns, then it’s just proving once again that when guns are outlawed, only outlaws will have guns. Visit Chicago or D.C. sometime if you doubt that, Mike.
For four college basketball players, their lives are about to completely change. Fame and (some) fortune are likely to follow James Harden, Jeff Pendergraph, Jordan Hill and Chase Budinger. None of them know which team will be the first to call them during Thursday's NBA draft.
This is not John Chaney’s Temple anymore. The Owls have ditched Chaney’s famed matchup zone defense and play man-to-man under Dunphy.
No. 21 Arizona State will host California on Saturday to wrap up the regular season slate of games.