Ice-T was Jimmy Fallon’s guest last night on The Tonight Show and he lent his voice for a few classic cartoons.
Jimmy Fallon and Will Smith—who somehow still looks like a 25-year-old— used Loopy, a tiny app for the iPad, to beatbox a few layers and record a complete hip-hop song.
Here's Pierce Brosnan, playing Goldeneye with Jimmy Fallon. Brosnan's not the best at the game, but hey, that's OK. He can say he used to be James Bond.
Jimmy Fallon can't pass up a good zinger, and on last night's Late Night, he let into Nintendo for their recent money problems. Check it out in the video above.
It's seems like Bill Gates is still in shape and his sense of humor is the same as 20 years ago. He was Jimmy Fallon's guest last night, promoting his website, GatesLetter.com with the help of this little clip.
What do you do if you're trying to hawk the Xbox One on late-night talk shows? You can't show the gory, crotch-laser killfest of Dead Rising 3 or the slice-an-arm-off combat of Ryse: Son of Rome, both of which seem to be the better games for the new console. No, no, you have to go with Kinect. And with Forza. And…
Ice-T probably didn't like that last night's PS4 showcase in Late Night wasn't about Killzone: Shadow Fall and explosions, but rather the ever-so-charming Playroom demo software.
No matter how stupid that water gun looks, it looks badass in the hands of Jason Statham. He was Jimmy Fallon's guest on yesterday's Late Night, where they played a traditional card game—but with water and guns added. Sounds fun!
I didn't know there was a bad side to watching Breaking Bad, yet here's Late Night's Jimmy Fallon weighing in with his pros and cons. Los Santos County and Trevor's little business in GTA V already have a lot in common with AMC's drama, but this will end all doubts.
Late Night host Jimmy Fallon wanted to set some new video game world records. So, apparently, he made some up.
Tonight's featured demo on Late Night's Video Games Week was a few minutes' worth of the new Call of Duty's canine companion demonstrating his abilities of sneaking, silent killing, and... barking.
Here's the result of Jimmy Fallon's last week call to arms, urging gamers around America to film themselves as they play video games with their moms. Was the one-week campaign worth it? Oh yes. Definitely.
Ubisoft appeared earlier tonight on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to show off their upcoming free-roam hacking sandbox, Watch Dogs.
A "We Are The World"-inspired music video about World of Warcraft featuring Jimmy Fallon, Felicia Day, Chris Hardwick, and Leeroy Jenkins. Need I say more?
Upcoming PS4-exclusive family-oriented action game Knack was the focus of the PS4's (and Mark Cerny's) appearance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon earlier tonight. There was much rejoicing.
Earlier tonight, chiptune-rock band Anamanaguchi performed their hit song Endless Fantasy on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. And now I've got a sudden hankering for some space pizza.
For their Video Games Week, the crew of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon created a custom game reference-packed intro for the show. They managed to fit in quite a lot, for a thirty-three second clip—including the obligatory chiptune soundtrack. Neat! Check it out above.
Courtesy of Late Night's Video Game Week, here we have a list of games Jimmy Fallon wants us to avoid. Personally, I'm convinced.