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Did You Know Gaming's latest episode takes a look at Rare's Killer Instinct.
For decade's developer have been using sound effects and music to trick you into feeling certain emotions.
Batman: Arkham Knight's director, Sefton Hill, appears in the game as
a pedestrian, so modders grabbed the model and gave him Batman's
The latest video from Fine Brothers Entertainment's React series
places teens behind the wheel of the 1997 Nintendo 64 racing classic.
A new video from Did You Know Gaming looks at the Doom franchise, how
Bill Gates considered buying its developer, and some of the games'
Feast you eyes on the sheer number of geeky references in this poster. Can you find them all?
A child's birthday wishes are tainted by a demonic killer pastry.
Update: As promised by artist Ashley Lange, the speed-painting video of her impressive piece is now online.
If there's one great adversity that gamers have had to get used to
facing in virtual warfare, it's the constant chatter of racist, sexist,
and homophobic morons over our headsets. But how would that annoyance
affect a real soldier? YouTube has the answer!
YouTube channel AccordingToSCIENCE listened to every piece of Nintendo
64 music, and ranked the top 100 in a four hour YouTube video.
Duke University Ph.D. student David Schwarz has created a device that tracks your brain waves and uses them to play Pong.
I couldn't find a short clip I could show friends and coworkers that accurately captured what I loved about the show.