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  • Blog Post: YouTube Debuts 60 FPS Videos With Titanfall and Battlefield: Hardline Trailers

    YouTube is getting set to deliver the ability for content creators to upload 60 frames per second videos, and two of its initial examples are game trailers. The news was announced on the YouTube Creators Blog: “Your video game footage with crazy high frame rates will soon look as awesome on YouTube... More
  • Blog Post: Video Games Made Better With Professional Wrestling Commentary

    Video games are great, but aren’t they usually too subtle? Besides, everything is better when it's got a cheering crowd and excited commentary. YouTuber TheBlueOwlPlays took some of famed WWE commentator Jim Ross’ best outbursts and put them to a wide variety of video game moments. The... More
  • Blog Post: Phil Fish Says YouTubers Are Committing Piracy, Owe Him Money

    Phil Fish, who has had a conflicted relationship with social media that led to the abrupt cancelation of Fez II last year , today took to Twitter to share his views on video content producers. It was recently revealed that popular YouTube personality Felix Kjellberg (better known as “Pewdiepie”... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo To Begin YouTube Affiliate Program

    Update: Nintendo has provided Game Informer with a statement confirming its intention to create an affiliate program. "Nintendo has been permitting the use of Nintendo copyrighted material in videos on YouTube under appropriate circumstances," a representative told us via email. "Advertisements... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] YouTube & Twitch Still In Talks, No Deal Yet

    Update : The Wall Street Journal has a pair of sources who say that the YouTube/Twitch deal is still being ironed out. The report says that the sides are working on the deal, but characterized it as in its early stages and that nothing is imminent. The Wall Street Journal also says that the price of... More
  • Blog Post: Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist Web Series Releases All At Once

    The web series Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist looks better than anything Hollywood has done with Capcom's iconic fighting series. Fans of the franchise will be able to consume this series Netflix style, when the entire show becomes available on day one. As we previewed earlier , Street Fighter... More
  • Blog Post: Ultra Street Fighter IV To Allow Practice While Waiting In Lobbies And YouTube Replay Uploads

    Capcom has released a few more details on some extra features coming to Ultra Street Fighter IV outside of its fighting mechanics. In a post on the Capcom Unity blog , it is revealed that players will be able to practice their combos, etc. while waiting for new online matches to begin. Players will also... More
  • Blog Post: Sonic The Hedgehog Fan-Mod Modified For Oculus Rift

    Chadtronic on YouTube , a channel which usually specializes in playing Nintendo games on the Oculus Rift, recently decided to give Nintendo's former biggest rival a test run with a Sonic the Hedgehog game. The mod seen in the video below isn't an official Sega Sonic game. Instead it's called... More
  • Blog Post: Play The Titanfall Inspired Minecraft Mod: Ironfall

    If you haven't been able to play Titanfall yet, a Mineraft mod has you covered. Ironfall is a Titanfall inspired mod that has released as a playable pre-alpha game hosted by The Chunk . Ironfall features 8v8 combat, double jumping, and the ability to call down a Golem (each team can have up to four... More
  • Blog Post: The Stanley Parable Narrator Takes His Antics To The Street

    This is the story about Stanley, a seemingly innocent everyman who just wants to go about his normal everyday business and not be filmed. This is the The Stanley Parable in real life. Internet pranksters Mega64 go out on the street and film some people then convince The Stanley Parable's proper British... More
  • Blog Post: Upload YouTube Videos From Xbox One Starting Tomorrow

    Microsoft has announced that the YouTube app on Xbox One will be getting a major update tomorrow, April 8. The new version will be integrated with Game DVR (scheduled for improved resolution in the April update ), meaning you’ll finally be able to put your recorded clips on YouTube directly from... More
  • Blog Post: YouTube Video Distributor For PewDiePie And Other Popular Gaming Channels Purchased By Disney

    The distributor of popular YouTube gaming personality videos like PewDiePie and TotalBiscuit, among many others, has been purchased by Disney for $500 million. Maker Studios doesn't exclusively distribute gaming video content on YouTube, but it is among its most popular channels of the large network... More
  • Blog Post: The Speed Of Light Explained Through Minecraft

    People like Neil deGrasse Tyson are working hard to make learning about science appealing with shows like Cosmos . Others are using video games as a vehicle for education. This video explanation of the speed of light done in Minecraft is an example of one such endeavor. This astrophysics lesson was created... More
  • Blog Post: Swordsmith Makes A Pokémon

    Blacksmith Tony Swatton in his "Man at Arms" Youtube series regularly makes iconic video game weaponry, like a few weeks ago when he crafted the energy sword from Halo. You may then be asking yourself why he has created a Pokémon in his latest video? Well, because that Pokémon... More
  • Blog Post: This Is What Happens When Mario Kart Meets Olympic Speed Skating

    In a new video from the video game and special effects YouTube channel timtimded , Olympic speed skating meets Mario Kart. You'll see the Sochi skaters throwing shells, bananas, and the debilitating lightning bolt. There is a little more violence than you might experience in the average game of Mario... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] New Record Set For Lowest-Scoring Super Mario Bros. Run

    Update: YouTube user NotEntirelySure has shaved a full 100 points off his previous mark, completing Super Mario Bros. with only 500 points. As you can see below, it's a pretty impressive performance, even if NotEntirelySure was disappointed that he died once while doing it. He now maintains that... More
  • Blog Post: Gamer Proposes To Girlfriend In Divinity: Original Sin's Game Editor

    Marriage proposals through games like World of Warcraft have become somewhat common, but it’s not often a proposal is built into the game as a quest. Developer Larian Studios helped a fan do just that by using dialogue creation options in the unreleased Divinity: Original Sin. Daniel initially... More
  • Blog Post: YouTube User Creates Final Fantasy VII Song Using Floppy Disc Drives

    Fans might be clamoring for a remake of Final Fantasy VII, but one musical fan has taken the series in the opposite direction. A rendition of the song Those Who Fight Further composed with 16 floppy disc drives has appeared on YouTube. Anand Jain, who goes by MrSolidSnake745, created the video to add... More
  • Blog Post: Watch New Documentary On Gran Turismo Creator Kazunori Yamauchi

    A new documentary examines the legacy and creative process the legendary head of Polyphony Digital, Kazunori Yamauchi.[Excerpt The full version is now online and you can watch it below. Entitled Kaz: Pushing the Virtual Divide , it's a high-production value look at the work and philosophy of a man... More
  • Blog Post: Disney Infinity Launches Weekly Behind The Scenes Video Show

    Disney Infinity has been counting down the best user-made maps on its official YouTube channel for some time, but this week marks the launch of a much more in-depth show with Disney Infinity Toy Box TV. The show will continue to do what the Disney Infinity YouTube channel does already, which is highlight... More
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