Arcade Sushi editor-in-chief Luke Brown is an experienced video game journalist who has contributed to Official Xbox Magazine and Games Radar. As ComicsAlliance's senior editor, he spends most of his time dishing on the latest action figures, collectibles, and gaming trends.
How Donkey Kong Was Born From a Nintendo Arcade Flop
Donkey Kong owes his success to more than a failed attempt at a Popeye video game. Get the real, true facts about the arcade classic.
10 Weirdest Video Game Commercials (The Rundown)
Back before video games were the mainstream, advertising companies clearly had very little idea how to advertise them.
Microsoft to Begin Offering Xbox One Without Kinect in June
Shocking every single person on the planet, save for those working in Redmond, Microsoft announced the Xbox One would be made available without a Kinect starting in June.
Call of Duty: Ghosts Trailer: Tis the Season for Passing
Been wondering what kind of downloadable content is coming to Call of Duty: Ghosts? Wonder no more thanks to this new season pass trailer.
TinyCo Set to Develop Family Guy Mobile Game
TinyCo will be teaming with 'Family Guy' studio Fuzzy Door to create a new mobile game based on the popular cartoon.
GTA Online Content Creation Beta Kicks Off Today
Rockstar will be opening the content creation beta for deathmatches and races in GTA Online on Tuesday, and offered a few details on when more new content would be coming to Grand Theft Auto 5's multiplayer.
Microsoft Taking Steps to Protect Customers from ‘Government Snooping
Microsoft has become increasingly sensitive to consumer complaints about government interference in their online security, including the Xbox One, and is taking a stand to prove it's on the side of the people.
PlayStation 4 Global Launch Sales Hit 2.1 Million
After launching in the U.S. and Europe, as well as Latin America, Sony has revealed the opening salvo of PlayStation 4's has flooded more than 2 million homes.
Grand Theft Auto San Andreas Hitting Mobile in December
Like its predecessors, Grand Theft Auto San Andreas will soon be ported over to mobile devices. Given Rockstar's past plans with mobile GTAs, this bodes well for fans of the franchise.
Xbox One Won’t Stream Ad-Supported Xbox Music
After a bit of confusion on Microsoft's end, the company has delivered the final word on Xbox Music on the Xbox One. Unfortunately, it's more of the same.