• GC Podcast #137: Real Basketball Cosplay

    Finally, I can live my dream of Playing Basketball.

  • DisneyQuest and the State of the American Arcade

    If Disney couldn't make it work, is the concept of the arcade gone?

  • Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom, or: LARPing in Disney World!

    Magic: the Gathering meets scavenger hunting in the Happiest Place on Earth.™

  • [NSFW] Top of the Heap: Games Set In Real-Life Theme Parks

    Whenever my wife and I are trying to think of where to spend our next vacation together, our knee-jerk instinct is to say "OMG, LET'S GO TO DISNEY!" It's where we had our first date and spent our hone

  • Epic Mickey is Going to Disneyland!

    Sort of, anyway! G4 recently posted a video in which Adam Sessler interviews Warren Spector about Epic Mickey, and they briefly talked about an area in the game called "Tomorrow City"---an area that's

  • Versus Mode: Magic Kingdom vs. Universal Studios

    If there's someone out there who hasn't been to either Walt Disney World/Land or Universal Studios, I don't know what your problem is.  Maybe you just can't afford it, or maybe you're some kind of an

  • Adventures in the Magic Kingdom (NES)

    You know what? I don't care what any of you cynical angsty youngsters think.

  • … of the Month: Pirates of the Caribbean

    I'm sure many of you have seen this movie, which many would call the greatest pirate movie of all time, but in case you haven't, let me sum it up for you: Captain Jack Sparrow is awesome, and goes on a pirate adventure with swordsmith Will Turner. Any more information would spoil the movie, I'm afraid, and I just cannot do that to such a piratastic film. The characters were well portrayed by the actors, especially Captain Jack Sparrow, and keep your eyes glued to the screen wondering what they are going to do next. The story is filled with action, leaving out the ridiculously long and boring dialogue scenes that plague so many movies. The pirates in this movie, unlike in the video games, act very piratey (stealing, kidnapping, plundering, pillaging, arring, etc. etc.) and even turn ghostly, making for an exciting scene that captures the qualities of the actual ride. Piratey or not, this is a great movie and if you haven't seen it please get together whatever money you have and write the following sign and paste it on your back:

  • Dear Readers: GameCola Does Disney World

    So I went to Walt Disney World this month for my senior class trip. A good time was had; TV theme songs were sung, travel mugs were rendered semi-useless, pirates were made to cry -- but I won't bore you with the details. I'll just show you pictures instead!