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  • Blog Post: Watch Elderly People Devastated By The Last Of Us

    If you haven’t played The Last of Us yet, know that there are spoilers for the game’s opening scene here. If you’ve played it though, you can watch some elders react to our 2013 Game of the Year’s first moments. In the video below, a number of elders try their hand at Naughty... More
  • Blog Post: Geralt's Story Expands In The Witcher: Fox Children Comic

    Dark Horse has released its new comic series based on The Witcher franchise today, which is available for download via the company's website for $3.99 . Written by Paul Tobin and artwork by Joe Querio, The Witcher: Fox Children tells an original story, with Geralt aboard a ship dealing with criminals... More
  • Blog Post: Latest Cosplay Remix Video Focuses On The Legend Of Zelda

    Last week a new video series called Cosplay Remix premiered on the Youtube channel Beatdownboogie . The first episode focused on showing some of the best Borderlands cosplay , and this week’s episode highlights great cosplay of characters from The Legend of Zelda. The video is set to a dubstep... More
  • Blog Post: How To Escape A Jet In Grand Theft Auto V Like A Boss

    I've had some epic car chases in Grand Theft Auto, but I've never thought of racing my car off the side of a cliff, using it like a ramp to spin through the air and avoid the heat of a missile. Maybe I should add it to my repertoire. This Grand Theft Auto V chase sequence has to been seen to... More
  • Blog Post: Report: The Metal Gear Solid Film Has Its Writer

    According to a report on Deadline Hollywood , the Metal Gear Solid film has found a writer. According to Deadline, Jay Basu ( Monsters: Dark Continent ) is penning the script. Metal Gear Solid is being produced by Avi and Ari Arad of Arad Productions. Avi Arad is the executive producer on a number of... More
  • Blog Post: Pac Man Chomps Through Google For April Fools

    Google's April Fools jokes are starting early, with Pac Man invading Google Maps and the mobile game Ingress. Google start-up studio Niantic Labs has temporarily added Pac Man to their game Ingress, a massively multiplayer online game that utilizes augmented reality and GPS-based mechanics. In the... More
  • Blog Post: Cards Against Humanity’s New Science Pack To Help Fund STEM Scholarship

    Cards Against Humanity already has a history of giving away a good portion of its proceeds, and now the company is helping to cover tuition for women studying in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields. The Science Pack (which is not to be confused with the unofficial Cards Against... More
  • Blog Post: Grand Theft Auto V Music Album Available For Pre-order

    We all love blasting Grand Theft Auto V's radio while driving recklessly in-game, but now you can take that music with you anywhere. The Grand Theft Auto V inspired music album Welcome to Los Santos is available for pre-order today via iTunes. Presented and compiled by artists Oh No and Alchemist... More
  • Blog Post: Mortal Kombat X Joins Superfan's Collection Of Custom-Made Arcade Cabinets

    My first experience with Mortal Kombat was on cabinet tucked away in the back of the Drug Fair in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey. My friend Danny told me about the game on the bus one day, and I couldn’t believe what he was telling me. I needed to see it for myself. I was terrible at the original... More
  • Blog Post: Super Mario 64 Fan Recreates One Of The Game's Classic Levels In Unity

    A Super Mario 64 super-fan has recreated one of the game's iconic levels in the Unity engine, and has made it available for all to play. The creator, Roystan Ross, posted the impressive port on their website late last week . You can see a trailer showing off the game below, or you can just head to... More
  • Blog Post: Mario And Friends Live Grand Theft Auto’s Hard Life On Mash-Up Tee

    I don’t know if there are two properties further apart on the family friendliness scale than Mario and Grand Theft Auto. One of today’s t-shirts from Othertees brings the two together. Nintendo’s Mario games feature bright colors, fantastical creatures, and violence that tops out at... More
  • Blog Post: Watch And Listen To Five Of Xenoblade’s Best Tracks Performed Live

    Nintendo is promoting the upcoming Xenoblade Chronicles 3D by performing some of the music from the game live. Five of the best tracks in the game, including “Gaur Plains,” “You Will Know Our Names,” and “Engage the Enemy,” were chosen to be performed with a full band... More
  • Blog Post: Sega Classic Arcade Machines Reimagined In Lego Form

    If you’ve ever wanted to own an arcade cabinet but were worried about cost or space, Lego may soon have set of Sega machines that fits on your shelf. The set, created by Lego Ideas user SpacySmoke, includes classic Sega arcade machines Space Harrier, Out Run, and Thunder Blade – along with... More
  • Blog Post: Watch Three New TV Spots For Mad Max: Fury Road

    Mad Max: Fury Road launches in theaters on May 15. Over the last few days, Warner Bros. released three new TV spots for this highly anticipated film, each giving you a different look at the vehicular carnage that is soon to explode on the silver screen. You can view all three videos below. Also, be sure... More
  • Blog Post: Artist Imagines The Star Fox Team As Drawn By Hanna-Barbera

    Update: Jonas has released some new versions of their Star Fox/Hanna-Barbera crossover. Now you can find a version of the piece without Krystal (for the purists), as well as a larger version ready-made to adorn your desktop background. Also, just for the purists, here's a version of the pic without... More
  • Blog Post: See Zelda's Theme Played On Hyrule's Most Precious Commodity

    In Hyrule (and most of the other worlds where Link has his adventures) bottles and the glass used to create them is very hard to come by, which means it's unlikely the act on display in this video could ever happen in a Zelda game. Little is known about the video regarding where this is or who the... More
  • Blog Post: Fans Insert The Correct Song Into Mortal Kombat X's TV Spot

    Currently, the soundtrack for the Mortal Kombat X TV spot doesn't feel quite right. Thankfully, fans have come to the rescue. You can check out the original below featuring the familiar song Chop Suey! from System of a Down, which gets the job done, but not much else. Here, you will find arguably... More
  • Blog Post: Watch The First Official Trailer For Bond's New Film Spectre

    James Bond isn't really a video game star, but he's starred in plenty of action packed games. Even if he hadn't, we're willing to bet that there are a few gamers out there who are interested in watching the first official trailer for Daniel Craig's newest Bond film. You can watch... More
  • Blog Post: Everything You Need To Know About Bloodborne...Well Some Things

    We're guessing that most of you could probably use a break from Bloodborne. The game mercilessly tears players apart, but surprisingly keeps them coming back for more. Why don't you step back, take a fresh breath of air, and watch this video on the game while you collect yourself. Watch this... More
  • Blog Post: AMC's The Walking Dead Recreated In LittleBigPlanet

    With season five's finale around the corner, PSN user Blackbeltnick95 has recreated the opening sequence of AMC's The Walking Dead entirely on the PS4 version of LittleBigPlanet 3. He also created a couple The Walking Dead- themed levels with original storylines, starring some iconic characters... More
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