Ah, April 1. It’s a day where loads of things on the internet will make you groan, cry and smack your face to your palm. Other things, though, might actually give you a chuckle. Let’s take a look at some of the best (and worst) of these extremes.
I wish this wasn't being published on April 1. I wish I was writing this on any other day of the year, when this could possibly be a real thing that I could actually play.
Continuing a long and proud tradition of producing some of the only April Fool's Day content worth a chuckle, online retailer Thinkgeek has revealed three bogus items that aren't really for sale.
Good morning, Kotaku. It's April 1. April Fools Day. A day when the internet becomes a wasteland of bad jokes and annoying fake news. So wherever you tread today, be cautious. And if it's any consolation, we won't be trying to trick you. Seriously.
I know, we've been trying to restrict April Fool's stuff to a single post, but since this clip - of Bayonetta re-imagined as an 8-bit side-scroller - isn't really a joke or a scam, it's worth a closer look.
Oh dear. It's now April 1, making this officially the worst day of the year for all things internet. Over the next 24 hours things might get a little rough. But it's OK. We can get through this. Together.
April Fool's Day is ostensibly a day for fun and pranks, but for anyone looking for news on the internet, it's a royal pain in the ass. So thank the maker it's all over.
Bravo, IGN. Bravo. Having set a high standard last April 1st with their Zelda movie trailer, this year, attention shifts to Killzone. And how it's not a story about killing. It's a story about love.