Today on Highlight Reel we have rhythmic snake monsters, loafing Assassin’s Creed workers, Black Ops 3 mistakes, and much more.
Minecraft creator and ex-Mojang head Markus "Notch" Persson has a new house. He spent upwards of $70 million on it, and there is a candy room. Of course there is a candy room. You will probably never have anything that nice, nor will I. But hey, we can still stroll through it in—yep—Minecraft.
Attempts to have the $100 million lawsuit brought by game developer Gate Five against singer Beyonce for abandoning a project to create a music game featuring her work have been thwarted by judge Charles Ramos of the Manhattan Supreme Court on Tuesday. The singer's pull out cost reportedly resulted in the loss of 70…
Software developer Gate Five is taking Beyoncé to court. According to New York Magazine, the company says she backed out of a deal to appear in a music game and is seeking over US$100 million.
As you know, pop diva Beyoncé has teamed up with Nintendo to help promote a DS game. This is that game's TV commercial, which for anyone around the age of 30 has a surprising conclusion.
Nintendo's partnership with pop diva Beyoncé comes to fruition, as five new pieces from her and her mother's Deréon fashion line become available for download in Style Savvy for the Nintendo DS.
Beyonce nails sitting on a couch with a DSi. But not so much her interview afterward.
Pop diva Beyoncé has renewed her partnership with Nintendo of America, but this time she's back to shill more than Nintendo products: She'll be shilling her own, too.
After trying her hand at fashion design and acting, songstress Beyonce has expressed interest in making a fitness video game.
Nintendo's latest spokesceleb? Beyonce! She's hopefully going to sell millions of copies of the extremely bootylicious Rhythm Heaven when it comes stateside by kicking back with her Nintendo DSi and having fun on-screen.