Rapper/actor Ice-T revealed his Xbox 360 Gamertag on last night's Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. He told the world his gamertag -- Lord 187x -- but said his friends list is at the 100-member limit. So don't send a request. Spying on his stats, it appears that he's cleared "Need for Speed: Most Wanted" at 100%, finished the tutorial of "Fallout 3," bailed early on "Assassin's Creed," played a lot of "Kane & Lynch" and even gave "The Club" a decent shot. [UPDATE: I forgot to mention his "BioShock" accomplishments: he finished the game but did not save all the Little Sisters.]
Actor Dan Aykroyd recently sat with MTV Multiplayer (and some other people) to answer questions about the new "Ghostbusters" game. Read More...
Champion turntablist Mix Master Mike told us how he's bringing authenticity to "Scratch: The Ultimate DJ." Read More...
From MTVNews.com (via Entertainment Weekly): Games [Beyonce] likes? "All the Wii games." And "Tetris." And "BrickBreaker" on her BlackBerry. The game she loves? "Guitar Hero." She compared "Rhythm Heaven" to a portable version of that game, "which is great," she said, "because I don't want to carry around a big guitar!"
Full Story: Beyonce Promotes Nintendo Game, Admits Weakness For 'Super Mario'
In the new Wii boxing game "Ready 2 Rumble Revolution," thinly-veiled celebrity parodies go head-to-head. Watch as a super-famous male pop star and a certain, infamous TV show judge duke it out in this gameplay video.
"Ready 2 Rumble Revolution" will be in stores March 17.
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In "Moments of Clarity," a book compiling personal stories from former addicts, "30 Rock" actor Alec Baldwin revealed he would end his drinking binges by heading to an arcade warehouse to sober up by playing "Galaga" for hours and hours.
Earlier this year, Peekaboo Pole Dancing announced their plans to create a pole dancing game for the Wii.
I followed up with the company, known for the Carmen Electra pole dancing kit (the "Electra-pole"), to see if there's been any deals made. Simon Kay, a rep for Peekaboo and licensing agency AT New Media told me via e-mail that they are still seeking a developer and publisher.
"We have not managed to tie up a deal for this yet but we still remain hopeful," he wrote. "We have, however, connected with a company that is manufacturing a peripheral product and we are investigating mutual publishing opportunities. Please feel free to give a shout out to any developers or publishers who want to give this a crack. [The game] just needs someone with a little nerve."
He added that Carmen Electra is "available to be involved" but is not associated with the project at this time.
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When Soulja Boy challenged MTV Multiplayer's own blog editor Stephen Totilo to an Xbox 360 face-off in October, we couldn't let it go unchallenged. Stephen recently responded to his offer, and the rapper, famous for his dislike of "Braid," stopped by the MTV offices to put all this smack-talk to rest.
The competition went down today, but check back tomorrow for the full video and to see who won (and if developers' tips helped Stephen at all). For now, take a look at some photos from just a few moments ago...
If you didn't catch the annual Spike Video Game Awards on TV Sunday night, we rounded up a few images from stock supplier photo Getty Images to show you what you missed from the star-studded event.
Make the jump to see photos of host Jack Black, various celebrities (Megan Fox, 50 Cent, Mike Tyson), game developers (Hideo Kojima, Will Wright, Ted Price) and nearly-nude models covered in body paint (yet again). But there were also some men sporting just tighty whities to balance it out this year. Take a look, if you dare... Read More...