Things seem pretty weird for Felix Kjellberg right now.
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When you introduce a video game to an older relative who doesn't play them -- a parent or a grandparent -- and they realise they've underestimated how detailed, how immersive these things really are, the conversations you have after that really are special. If this hasn't happened for you, ask anyone for whom it has.
The best trailer for the video game L.A. Noire that its creators never made would have featured a man's face. The face would have been that of an unremarkable owner of a liquor store in 1947 Los Angeles, a hard-working type. His face would be creased, just a little, from the effects of encroaching middle age.
Caught in a dispute over business licences, Los Angeles' Arcade Infinity was forced to close this weekend after 11 years. The arcade was well known for its robust collection, specializing in imported Japanese cabinets and rare finds.
An unwise choice, but something tells me all the numbers end with dysentery. Humorous sign posted on a Los Angeles street corner. As seen on Pleated Jeans.
Seen by Kotaku reader Alsandair at Sawtelle Blvd. north of Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles.
Mario's moved to SoCal and upgraded his wheels. BMW with vanity plate spied on the 405 in LA, as seen on The Tanooki.