Active Worlds is an MMO from 1995 that nobody really plays anymore. That’s where this story begins.
Sony showed off three new concepts at the Mobile World Congress today, but they all share one thing in common: They’re a little bit creepy.
When Furby hit store shelves in November 1998, it was an instant hit. Kids loved it. Parents loved it. People paid three times the Furby’s retail value just to get one for the holidays, and within three years, Furby had sold 40 million units. Now, nearly two decades later, it’s the seedy world of Furby hackers and…
Battlefield 4’s new Zavod: Graveyard Shift map can get kind of spooky when you turn off the lights.
Over time, fans have noticed that underneath all those bright colors and cheery attitude, Splatoon can be a pretty creepy game. Surely Nintendo has an explanation for that, right? Well...
It’s pretty easy to miss Splatoon’s creepiest moments. Had someone not pointed it out to me, I never would have noticed!
It turns out this Rare platformer is hiding some dark secrets.
Do attractive female fighting game characters in skimpy outfits bother you? Then meet Killer Instinct's latest combatant, Hisako. You'll like her. She'll break your bones from the inside.
Not only is there a hidden message inside one of the most important moments of Dragon Age, players think that it might be teasing what's coming next for the franchise.
I've seen some creepy video game shenanigans in my time— for instance, Grand Theft Auto V's silent, ruthlessly determined serial killer. This, however, might just take the cake.
Typically, when you fall through the map in a game you don't expect to find anything aside from an endless void. But if you happen to fall through the map in the exact right place in Dragon Age Inquisition, you might find something a little weird.
Redditor Mune15 ran into this delightful little cherub while playing the latest downloadable content for BioShock Infinite.
As Christmas approaches, now is the time to reflect on holidays past. And what better way to celebrate that than with an incredibly creepy song about the N64?
If you've watched Pokemon: Origins, the TV special that recently aired in Japan earlier this month, you may have noticed two things. One: Origins is a thing that should have lasted more than four episodes. And two: why in the world is Brock, the original rock-type gym leader, so creepy?
The Assassin's Creed series has always been full of weird ambient dialogue. People on the street mutter the same few lines, and the mix never sounds quite right. Most of us have less-than-fond memories of the "Mah-ney mah-ney mah-ney!!" guy from earlier games in the series, and those accursed bums who bump and bug us…
In fact, come to that, I may simply never look at Pac-Man again. It's just too horrifying.
Don't look away. Don't even blink. Exploring new ways to instill fear in the upcoming adventure update for Minecraft, creator Notch explores placing the responsibility for terror on the players themselves, creating a creature that's equal parts Doctor Who Weeping Angels and Super Mario's Boo.
Look, if you had one shot or one opportunity to seize everything you ever wanted and tear it apart with your writhing tendrils, would you capture it, or just let it slip? Are you ready to drop tendril bombs in Prototype 2?