Creating a lupine character in World of Warcraft is a little bit different from other races. Since they’re shapeshifters, there’s both a human and a werewolf form. And when you’re customizing their looks, the changes you’ve made to one form will automatically affect the other form. »
There’s nothing like dashing away on your horse after infiltrating a compound, calling in a pick-up, and then hearing your favorite song blaring in the distance as the helicopter makes its way closer to you. »
Ten brave GTA Online players line up with their favorite cars in a tunnel. A train looms in the distance. Can they stop it? »
When you start a new game of Metal Gear Solid V, it asks you for your birthday. There’s a reason for that—the game actually uses it in a pretty sweet way. »
Most retailers are suffering a shortage of certain rare Amiibo—some figurines, you just can’t find in a shop. Unless, of course, you happen to live in very specific places. Then you might be able to find just about any Amiibo you want. »
Well this gives a whole new meaning to the collectible cassette tapes in Metal Gear Solid V. In a Wes Anderson version we’d probably have B-sides of counterculture-rooted rock music instead of additional story elements. »
Almost everything here is perfect. The build-up. The anticipation. The move, the shot, the agony, the ecstasy. Almost. »
Nintendo’s Super Mario Maker arrives in North America on the 11th of September, allowing Wii U owners to craft their own crazy creations featuring the world’s most famous plumber. Until then, we have Photoshop. »
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Two days ago, I uploaded a video to YouTube. It featured some awesome automatic Mario Maker levels that basically play themselves. Today, I was dinged with a copyright notice for that same video. The claimant was none other than...Playboy? »
Happy Wheels has been on the internet for a long time. You’ve probably played it, or watched a YouTuber play it, or at least heard of this gruesome ragdoll physics game. Well, now it’s on iOS—and I dove in to see whether or not it still holds up.
With just a couple of days left till Metal Gear Solid V’s launch, fan theories about the game’s plot and potential twists are already out of control. What’s the true identity of Chico? And Quiet? Is the doctor a real life surgeon? »