You gotta love dramatic readings—they make even awful YouTube comments not just bearable, but downright hilarious.
Some people might blame the fungus zombies for destroying society in The Last of Us. But based on this Uncharted easter egg video by mynameisfeli, I'd say we should blame the collapse of society on Justin Bieber instead.
Given how they can often result in fence-sitting games that specialise in AAA blandness, gamers are right to be wary of focus testing groups.
I'm not sure why such a thing as this exists, but it does. Justin Bieber—yes, that Justin Bieber, beloved of 5th-grade girls nationwide—is a playable character in NBA 2K13. YouTube user DallasCowboys94Ware has done the world the favor of putting together this saga of Bieber's trials and tribulations on the court,…
This is the only video Youku user w451119777 has up. It's the only one that's needed.
Nintendo has done some awesome things over the years, but it's done some awful things too. But this, this is the worst. Nintendo of America has spent what's probably a ton of money to get serious airtime in the video clip for a novelty Christmas single. A Justin Bieber Christmas single.
Obnoxious teen sensation Justin Bieber - or, at least, his people - wanted to use the iconic Super Mario Bros. theme in his upcoming movie. Curiously, Nintendo said "nothankyou.jpg".
We now know how to make a Justin Bieber song sound good: slow it down 800%. But what happens when Portal's Still Alive, that great video game song from Jonathan Coulton, gets the same treatment? Listen.
Attention, Xbox 360 fans with an incurable case of Bieber Fever! The Tiger Beat coverboy and teenage pop star is buddying up with his friends at Microsoft to bring you hands-on time with Project Natal this fall.