A massive vampire battle, ginger doll thieves and an entire town dedicated to Christmas—these are just some of scenes cut from South Park: The Stick Of Truth, the role-playing game that begin with a suspected prank phone call.
Did you know hardcore Amiibo collectors would sell their own family members if it meant getting their hands on a hard-to-find fiure? That’s definitely not one of the fun facts presented in Did You Know Gaming’s latest.
Persona fans will want to check out DidYouKnowGaming’s latest, where they introduce us to cool factoids about everyone’s favorite high school simulator. I had no idea Mitsuru could get so feisty about cheating!
Nintendo’s original Wii is as peculiar a video game console as it is a successful one. Its story has some understandably wacky bits as well. Such as: have you ever wondered where Miis came from?
The sequel to Interplay's legendary post-apocalyptic role-playing game was bigger and badder than the original Fallout, which translates into more space on the cutting room floor for discarded storylines, abandoned features, unrealized non-player characters and a fully-upgradeable, completely drive-able vehicle.
The latest from the video game trivia masters at Did You Know Gaming? tackles Sega's ill-fated but fondly remembered Dreamcast—from inception to downfall.
Taking us down a dark and secluded memory lane, the folks at Did You Know Gaming explore the secrets of the Assassin's Creed series, which started life as the next installment of the Prince of Persia. I'd forgotten all about that.
Summoning monsters to do your bidding, recording their names in strange electronic tomes, holding millions of children in its thrall — is it any wonder the Christian community thought Satan might have had something to do with Pokémon's popularity?
Did You Know Gaming's latest look at Mario explores the strange history of a pair of games that died before they could truly live — the pricey Phillips CD-i travelogue Mario Takes America and the volleyball/wrestling/game show mash-up Super Mario Spikers.
Afraid Sega's "graffitti is art" themed Jet Set Radio pre-launch contest would inspire vandalism, then San Francisco mayor Willie Brown tried to have the company's event permits revoked. Did you know that? I didn't know that.
There's always more to learn about all the Zelda games Nintendo released over the years. The trivia-themed series Did You Know Gaming offers some fun facts from the first Zelda game to Skyward Sword in their latest video.
The PlayStation 2 was so beloved by its owners that a man in Britain legally changed his name to PlayStation 2 and looked into marrying his system. Did You Know Gaming's latest video looks at this and other weird facts about the best-selling console of all-time.
Lots of things in video games sound too good to be true. But what about when it's the other way around—when something is too good to not be true? Erhm, you know what I mean.
Did you know that every time I hear the opening theme to Mega Man 2 I start singling the lyrics version created by Brentalfloss in 2008? That's not a fact presented in Did You Know Gaming's second look at the Mega Man franchise, which mainly deals with fan-created bots and the excellent Mega Man Battle Network series.
Whatever happened to Fire Emblem 64? What's with Casual Mode? How come we had to wait so long for the Fire Emblem series to come West? Did You Know Gaming has the answers.
Hidden intro screens. Controllers that don't exist. Dolphins. The GameCube has quite the collection of secrets and easter eggs.
From Iris to Nitro to Nintendo DS, the dual-screened "developer system" went through hell and high drop tests before becoming what it's known as today — the predecessor to the 3DS.
Did you know Mass Effect was originally designed as a Puzzle Quest spin-off? That's not true at all. I'm just establishing a baseline for Did You Know Gaming's video exploration of true Mass Effect facts and Easter eggs.