Tracey John

Tracey John is a writer and journalist based in Brooklyn, New York. She has written feature articles about video games, technology and toys for MTV News, Wired.com, The New York Post, ToyFare, Wizard and many others. When she's not writing about video games and other geeky stuff, you will often find her gunning down virtual zombies or LFG somewhere in Azeroth.

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EA Confirms Dead Space 2, Its Dismemberment Plan

Alien dismemberment rules. So that’s why we’re glad that Electronic Arts has finally officially announced Dead Space 2.

The sequel to last year’s critically-acclaimed, third-person survival horror game will feature the same protagonist, Isaac Clarke, as he wields “new tools to gruesomely slice and dismember” the creepy, Thing-like …

Box Art Reviews: The Death Of Fun Edition

Video games are supposed to be fun, right? But in this week’s round of box art reviews, where we look at the covers of new game releases, we wonder if the box art designers forgot that fact…

Learn Science (DS)
What’s on the box: Some test tubes filled with colored liquid, a telescope, a dinosaur skeleton, Einstein’s relativity …

The PlayStation Turns 15, We Reminisce

Happy Birthday, PlayStation!

It’s hard to believe that it’s been 15 years since you were born in Japan. You brought us so many good times during your prime. Let us count the games… er, ways:

– You scared the crap out of us with the first Resident Evil.
– You gave us what is perhaps the most beloved RPG of all time in Final

Electronic Arts Plans to Release Fewer Games

Electronic Arts, the publisher of successful video game franchises like Madden NFL and The Sims, will release fewer titles in the years ahead, says CEO John Riccitiello.

Speaking at the Reuters Global Media Summit in New York today, Riccitiello said that the company currently publishes more than 50 titles and plans to reduce that …

Do Your ‘Duty’ With Call of Duty Underwear

What do you give the gamer who’s already got it all?

How about a clean pair of underwear?

While shopping at my mom’s local Super Walmart in Florida, I spotted these official Call of Duty-branded boxers, complete with camouflage colors and the face of a battle-worn solider.

If CoD isn’t their thing, you could always go for the

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