Pokemon Stadium can be utter bullshit, and here’s proof—a montage made by GRsmash showcasing 10 times the infamous Smash Bros. stage screwed over a pro player.
It is such a joy to watch one of the best Dishonored players in the world perform incredible feats of murder.
No Land Beyond's bad rap with Destiny players seems to be motivating some people to prove everyone wrong about the gun. First, we had the person who soloed the latest raid with the gun. And now we have a montage of someone straight up owning other players in the Crucible with the alleged worst gun in the game. Maybe…
It's no secret that we're huge fans of the dancing in Destiny here at Kotaku. But this montage takes the alien cake.
You can expect a few things when you watch a Call of Duty montage—like dubstep, horns, dramatic text about no-scopes, and weed references. It's kind of eyeroll-worthy, so it's probably not surprising to hear that when you give Hearthstone videos the same treatment, something very silly happens.
Is Halo 4's multiplayer different from what you remember? In some respects—new weapons and armor, call-in ordnance drops, map markers that show where special weapons are located (and when they disappear)—yes, it is different.
It happens far too often. Some kind tipster submits a fascinating video game montage clip our way, full of impressive dexterity. Head to YouTube, click on the video, and the Drowning Pool starts playing. We've had enough.
If you want to get a good idea of how Dante handles the minions of hell in EA's Dante's Inferno, you'll need a montage - a Dante combat montage.