When calculating robot body count, do combiners count as one or five? Either way, a ton of sentient machinery is decommissioned in the first episode of Machinima and Hasbro’s Transformers: Combiner Wars.
In the first of four prelude videos leading to the Transformers: Combiner Wars animated series, Autobot leader Optimus Prime recalls how he ended the last great war. Here’s a hint: one stands, one falls.
This is what the first official Transformers animated series for adults looks like. So far, so good.
Damn, Rick and Morty fit surprisingly well within the world of Fallout 4.
Youtube’s Cosmic Contrarian spent upwards of 120 hours planning, recording and implementing this spectacular Fallout 4 battle, in which a 20,000 strong Synth/Assaultron robot army march on the Commonwealth. Then things blow up. A lot.
If there’s one Dota hero that could wear Saitama’s super hero suit, it’s Tusk, the icy warrior with a giant fist and a “Walrus PUNCH” ultimate.
Around the launch of the Xbox One, the YouTube network Machinima held a special campaign for its clients: Make a positive video about Microsoft’s newest console, and you’ll get paid extra. Also, you’re not allowed to talk about any of this.
Installed across all of Los Santos are a countless number of security cameras that quietly monitor everything that happens. And given that this is Grand Theft Auto, it’s pretty likely that they’re recording all sorts of wild things.
Now this is how you pull off a cool heist.
Siege engine building sim Besiege is far more than just a vehicle for funny robots. What better way to show it than with an epic story-driven machinima series?
Before you can understand one of the most popular Tomb Raider porn videos online, you need to know about a key scene in a recent Tomb Raider game.
The stuff we see in superhero movies is usually the action, or things relevant to the story. What about everything that happens in-between those moments? What is that stuff like? One GTA machinima series finds out.
Remember Fallout's crazy superheroes? ShoddyCast gives us a neat machinima of one of Fallout's more zany storylines, and it's worth a watch.
No matter where you are in the new zones of World of Warcraft, Khadgar, the main NPC of the expansion, will pop up randomly to bug you. He's everywhere. Thanks, MMO mechanics. Slightly Impressive's recent machinima is about him and about other, similarly elaborate observations of Draenor.
Are there any kinds of nerds that are more intense than video game nerds? Oh, right: theater nerds. So what happens when you put the two of them together? You get a dude dressed Altaïr belting out some dulcet tones about how he needs to take a "leap of faith," obviously.
Desperate times call for desperate measures—and when players are running low on food, there's no telling what they'll do in DayZ to survive.
Gather round the fire, vault dwellers, and let me show you a story. Perhaps you've heard this story before—but probably not like this.
Flamy507's short video about bosses that are only reachable via a giant elevator is so true it hurts. No matter how easy the boss seems, if there's an elevator, it's almost certain that it'll kill everyone.