Redditor ne1butu found this sign in Wolfenstein: The New Order, that shows the lengthy process of finding a mate in the alternate world where the Nazis won WWII.
After crafting a whole season of short, funny StarCraft cartoons, CarBotAnimations presents a spectacular special episode, remaking the entire cinematic intro of Heart of the Swarm. It still doesn't explain why that Viking had to land to get stomped on by the Ultralisk, but these Zerg units, portrayed as cute little…
Video games that rely on a lot of physics-driven character animations tend to have some pretty funny glitches. Last week, we shared a selection of the most awesome classic sport game glitches, so it only made sense to do a follow-up, featuring skateboarding games.
Well, technically, let's listen, since the video features only the voice behind Snake (David Hayter) and not the game character's digital self.
You've seen the best E3 2011 had to offer. Now see the worst. The very worst. Oh good Lord is some of this bad.
Nice return to form here from Mega64 with this Punch-Out skit. I reckon they're much stronger pulling this kind of stunt than with more "staged" productions.
The PS3 Slim isn't scary. Not in of itself. It's just a (heavily rumoured/expected) machine! But the story of Sony's reaction to early reports of the supposed machine, man, that's some terrifying stuff.
Braid creator Jonathan Blow is making a new game. It's called "The Witness", and it launched with a splash page that some think is wonderful, others think is a bit much.
If you're going to make fun of Castlevania, you can focus on one of two things: tiny shorts or whips. This clip from a recent Robot Chicken episode has made its call.
San Andreas is a harsh place! Gangs, drugs, violence. Very adult, very serious. Maybe it's time to lighten things up a little. This Doraemon mod should do it.
That depends. If it's a matter related to less-than-legal dealings, Mr. Bellic is going to call one of his Liberty City Associates. But if he ever runs into a minion of Gozer stepping on a church in his town...
Bravo, IGN. Bravo. Having set a high standard last April 1st with their Zelda movie trailer, this year, attention shifts to Killzone. And how it's not a story about killing. It's a story about love.