Doom's space marine protagonists are some hearty fellows, carrying some 80 pounds of weapons, medkits and ammo boxes effortlessly while taking on demons from hell. In last night's inaugural Mythbusters video game episode, Adam and Jamie build a real-life Doom level to see if it can be done.
Aww. Look at the auto-Titans trying their best to protect their pilot—even if it means destroying themselves in the process. It's the result of lackluster artificial intelligence. But it's also kind of endearing, don't you think? They're trying their best!
Instead of calling in your Titan just as the match is ending to unload on the enemy dropship, what if you saved your Titan? Just for a bit longer?
No need to waste characters to try out whether shooting someone's gun would kill its owner or not, how vaulting affects your fall, or whether crawling or rolling are faster. Here's the first episode of DayZ Standalone Mythbusters, which will hopefully help extend your character's life in Chernarus.
Why would you want to punch a bird in GTA? Because it's both kind of difficult to do, and because it's funny, that's why.
Poor Grand Theft Auto city dwellers. They mostly exist so that we can carry out elaborate and ridiculous schemes—for example, schemes that orchestrate fights between the police and NPCs. Because chaos, that's why.
Finding out all the small, unexpected quirks of how different mechanics clash with each other in games is fascinating, and that's basically the premise for all these Mythbuster-esque videos we regularly feature. Usually, it's Halo 4. Not this time. Here are some Black Ops II myths put to the test by YouTube user …
A new episode of Halo 4 Mythbusters by defendthehouse brings with it a bunch of new tricks you can use on unsuspecting players.
The force of a gravity hammer will not save you from a terrible fall (in Halo; probably also in real life). That and other Halo Reach myths are busted (or confirmed) in the newest episode of Halo Reach Mythbusters.
MythBusters, the science-fact television show that started life on the Discovery Channel, has put hundreds of rumors, myths and adages to the test. In the future, they will be tackling the fact and fiction of video games.