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Does it ever feel like some games are trying a little too hard to be
Well, they can all stop. The jokers of Mega64 have put together a video
showing off what the perfect independent game would be like...and why
nobody would ever hear about it.
Game Informer's MegaMan Legends Super Replay is airing now, and those of
you who are crazy enough to watch us play through this entire game may
want a keepsake.
In this trailer for his fictitious game spin-off, the point-hatted sprite chainsaws zombies and shoots Tommy Wiseau.
The folks of Rooster Teeth envision a special breed of action and drama for the Angry Birds film.
Relive all of your video game deaths in one sweet video set to a chiptune rendition of Tears for Fears' "Mad World."
What's that, you say? Angry Birds didn't exist back when Star Trek: The Next Generation was on the air? Well, then maybe that seminal sci-fi show had a more accurate vision of the future than you might have guessed.
Appreciating the image above requires two things: 1.) You must have seen
the 2009 film Moon and 2.) You must have a knowledge of and preferably
fondness for old LucasArts SCUMM-based adventure games.
After 225 issues -- the longest run ever for a comic based on a video
game -- Archie Comics' Sonic The Hedgehog will see a reboot in a
storyline beginning in June titled -- wait for it -- "Sonic: Genesis."
If you didn't think this was bound to happen eventually, then you've
underestimated the ability of Kinect hackers. Someone has finally got
Microsoft's motion-tracking device working on a PlayStation 3. See the
results for yourself.
If you're like me, you have fond memories of playing Zombies Ate My Neighbors on the SNES and Genesis.
But this new video from College Humor and Dorkly reminded me of one
rather big question that the game never answers: Just who the hell are
these idiot neighbors?
Remember that awesome My Little Pony/Elder Scrolls mash-up video we posted a couple of weeks ago?
Another Internet genius has done one better and given the adorable
ponies of Equestria a voice over treatment from the Mass Effect series.
We've seen hacks that let people use bluetooth-enabled controllers
with smart devices, but this is ridiculous. Youtube user ProtoDojo has
come up with a decidedly low tech way to use an NES controller with an