Look, I’m normally not the type to criticize someone for an adventurous and unorthodox haircut. Lord knows I’ve had my share of the same. And in fact, I’ve supported the different looks Paul Pogba has tried out in recent times, some of which I’ll get to below. But this Pokémon-inspired deal is a bridge too far:
Finally! As anyone with facial hair will tell you, it grows. Except in video games, where beards seem suspended in time. Not anymore.
Photos have emerged of a "new" Kim Jong-un hairdo. Simply put, it is spectacular. But how did we get here? When did this happen? Let's take a look back at Kim's coifs from over the years.
As a rule, Final Fantasy games have amazing hair. But the 'dos in Final Fantasy XV look especially good. Thank fancy tech, professional hair stylists, and wigs for that.
Video game hair rarely even looks acceptable, let alone this good.
Recently on Korean website Humor School, a series of photos appeared of a young man who was slated to enter military service on June 30. He got a haircut that was so bad, it's good.
You know how in some video games, like Minecraft, characters have blocky heads? And, in turn, block hairdos? Well, one man in Taiwan has that kind of coiffure...for real.
Check out this wolf.
In parts of Asia, when you get a haircut, there are hairstyle magazines from which you can pick a new 'do. They tend to have the latest cuts and most of the hairstyles are fairly typical for Asia. But, among the normal styles, there are outliers: The wild ones, the edgy ones, and the very sad ones.
Think you have a cool hairdo? Maybe, but it's nowhere near as cool as "net head."
What's wrong with dark-haired white guys? Commenter Daemon_Gildas thinks they represent an unfair percentage of our video game heroes, and tells us all about it in today's Speak Up on Kotaku.
Having made a start last year then seemingly forgetting all about it, Bayonetta creator Hideki Kamiya has dusted off the next-gen brawler and will be once again providing weekly videos where he plays through the game while telling you all about it.
In a series of screens you might have seen in the latest issue of Edge Magazine, Max Payne shows himself to be a man of many faces, outfits, and hairstyles.
There are approximately 100,000 hair follicles on the human head. Over the past three decades, video game developers have valiantly attempted to render them all. We've charted those attempts in one massively hairy infographic.
Can't get the periodic table of elements out of your head? Why not have the entire thing etched into the surface of a single strand of your hair?
I haven't had to worry about a bad hair day in years. Bayonetta's however, can summon demons that will drag you down to hell. And since her hair is also her clothing, well, no one said it could multitask.
This is what greeted me when I arrived at the Sheraton down the street from PAX to meet with Klei Entertainment CEO Jamie Cheng regarding the company's latest game, Shank.