In the dark future of Omega Quintet the world is being overwhelmed by an evil force and the last vestiges of humanity—some 20,000 souls—huddle together for survival. Time for an idol group dance number!
The worst part of being confined to a medical scooter during BronyCon 2014 was not being able to get up and flail wildly during the two night, 12 hour live concert that is BronyPalooza.
Pants. I don't like them, but I have to wear them. I'm sure some of you feel the same too. And putting on pants has always been so boring. At least until now!
This week, delivery company Sagawa Express is releasing an exercise DVD that features men in delivery uniforms. Dancing. In front of delivery trucks. No, I am not joking.
Fact: The Exos of Destiny know how to groove better than any sentient creature in the galaxy, and they'll cut a rug against anyone who says otherwise.
Someone recommended that I play "this weird dancing game" at PAX East. I wasn't sure what to expect when I saw people spinning around with an iphone between them, but Bounden is easily one of the most fun games I played all weekend.
America's Got Talent is NBC's crowdsourced variety show, designed to get the network from the end of May sweeps to the new fall lineup as cheaply as possible. It still delivers some eye-popping acts, such as Kenichi Ebina, who found the perfect interpretation for his signature reverse-time dance move: a video game.
I could do without the song, but I firmly believe the world would be a better place if everyone took a moment now and then to dance as if they were riding a horse while really having to pee. Apparently someone at Zynga agrees.
Come tomorrow, everybody that wants to play Guild Wars 2 can, as the game officially launches for the people drawn in by everyone else talking about the damn game all weekend. You know what this calls for? You read the headline, fool. DJ Person, give us a beat!
From High Hrothgar to the Guardian Stones! From Dragonsreach to Wolfskull Cave! Where the hell is Dovahkiin?
Headed to the Xbox 360 this year, game developer Boost On will be releasing a series of Kinect-only dance adventure games.
How the hell do you mix an RPG with a rhythm game? Iridium Studios' Jason Wishnov shows us how upcoming Xbox Live Indie Game Sequence works.
SOCOM has always been a great shooter. It has also always had wonderful ways to humiliate the people to take down with headshots, shotgun blasts and pew, pew, pewing.
This man is playing Dance Central, a dancing video game for the Xbox 360's Kinect sensor. He's at Boston's PAX East gaming convention. He is dancing to Bell Biv Devoe's Poison, a song that taught children of the 90s never to trust a big butt and a smile.
From the burlesque troop that brought us Metroid's Samus Aran stripped down to her skivvies comes the Anime Babes show, in which Pikachu jumps on stage and ruins childhood memories forever. Much NSFW-ness ensues.
Dance Central is a dancing rhythm game from the folks who created Guitar Hero and Rock Band. Packed with an eclectic mix of music and dance moves from the artists, it hopes to redefine the way we play dance games.
Sorry if that sounds a little crass, but recently Metroid star Samus Aran took to the stage during a burlesque show in LA, and that's exactly what she did.
Some of the more crass video games, those for the unwashed masses, are turned into cartoons, or motion pictures. Something with ambitions as lofty as Braid, though, was never going to settle for such a low-brow adaptation.
From the company behind Assassin's Creed and the Tom Clancy series comes Dance On Broadway, a new Wii title that lets you perform 20 classic showtunes in the safety and privacy of your home. Embarrassing costumes are optional.