Some people think that walking under a ladder is bad luck. Others knock on wood so they don’t tempt fate. And we can’t forget about the people who avoid the number 13. Some people even press “down B” after they throw a Pokeball in Pokémon games, because they think it will help them capture monsters with ease. Wait,…
Pokémon may be famously cheery, but the series has its share of dark, spooky myths. The most famous of those have got to be the ones about Lavender Town.
Today, more people than ever before are playing video games...but most people still don’t actually understand how games are made. Even for hardcore game aficionados, game development remains fairly shrouded in mystery.
Back in the day, arcades were no stranger to all sort of bullshit myths about cabinets and the games they housed. In this internet tall tale, one of those myths is true—and it’s the stuff of nightmares.
Hidden inside the massive world of Elite: Dangerous are curious items that nobody knows what to do with—and these items are inspiring an investigative frenzy.
They said it didn't exist. They said it couldn't be found. They said it might just be a myth. Oh, but it exists—out there, in the spoilery land of spoilers.
Sure, shooting people is an option in Black Ops II, and that's plenty of fun. Or, you can play catch with your enemies. With a live grenade. Don't worry, it won't go off. Here's how.
The popular myth has been debunked: you can't blow on cartridges to make them work. Actually, blowing on the cartridge might damage it. Sorry, folks. It's true.
Every legend; every myth; every conspiracy theory; they're all real, at least in the twisted realm of Funcom's massively multiplayer paranormal paranoia game The Secret World. Check out this latest trailer to see which of your wild beliefs hold true.
GameTrailers took on, Mythbusters style, the legend that Mario can leap the flagpole in Super Mario Bros on the NES. and, whaddaya know, they indeed proved it true. World 3-3 is where you have the best chance of doing it yourself.