Flowey is the first character you see in Undertale, and his story... let’s just say it’s unique. Also, turns out, it translates well to digital flipbook, or at least animated GIF form.
I’ve been watching this for hours. I’ll be watching this for hours.
Prepare to die.
The evolution of first-person shooters has come a long way in the last few decades, but some might say that in recent years the genre has grown stale with age and over-saturation. If anything, though, this perceived stagnation has spurred the game development community to find fresh ways to innovate.
It's crazy to think that a younger generation of gamers will grow up having never known a world without first-person shooters. The genre has become an omnipresent fixture in modern-day gaming culture, and its continued evolution is pushing the boundaries of realism and unique gameplay in thrilling ways.
Here's the Crusader's "Steed charge" skill, from Diablo III: Reaper of Souls. That's gotta be one of the most badass-looking skills so far in the game, next to Whirlwind and the Wizards' Disintegrate. Makes me wanna roll a Crusader first when the expansion is out and level that up before my existing characters.
If you ever watched livestreams of any eSports event, you might have noticed that the camera sometimes stays too long on one person in the crowd, and it can get really uncomfortable. Or it could be so terrifying and shocking that you flee immediately, like the ladies above.
Hey that's cheating! 15 yards penalty for the triple frontflip. Glitches like this in Madden NFL 25 are inspiring. I'd totally play a football game where you can pull off ridiculous stunts like this.
That's one way to ease the hangover after New Years Eve, whether it was about playing games all night, or doing something else.
You just had to open up old wounds, didn't you Trebek?
Land in a really cool way, right after jumping out from an exploding plane, then level the whole surrounding area with your friends. And do all of this with Battlefield 4's user interface laid over the whole thing. That's the Russian way! The result is almost as intense as the game, as presented by MoranDays in a…
Apparently it's not just time and history that evolves in the Assassin's Creed games, but the NPCs' artificial intelligence too, as YouTuber cchrist1000 sadly experienced during his ACIV session.
It's like these steel Japanese wings in the MMO combat simulator War Thunder were probably folded a few hundred times to achieve the above glitchy result. Glorious katana wings!
What's needed for a GTA Online skyscraper battle royale, like the one above, is only a few friends (and their cars), a cargo helicopter, and the biggest building in the game.
This is what a timelapse day-night cycle of Los Santos looks like in GTA V. That is, if you climb Vinewood Hills, stand there for hours, and take pictures with the in-game phone—just as Plonkey on the GTA V subreddit did. Incredible!
The League of Legends World Championships are in full effect, and it's so exciting some fans even go Super Saiyan after seeing their team win.