South Korea’s mandatory military service is a tough one. The length of service is around 21 months, applies to males between 18 and 35, and it’s not a place where games like Hearthstone are allowed. Except if you’re a dedicated fan like these soldiers who, unable to play the real game, made their own version.
Picture this: you’re running through a maze, unsure of where the exit is. There’s a madman with a machete chasing you. Your heart starts racing...and the more you freak, the more the rooms around you seem to twist and turn.
Maybe one day Google Glass will turn our lives into this?
With the possible exception of Prince Ali (possibly not his real name), Disney Princes would be terrible people in real life, as BuzzFeed demonstrates.
And the other bugs are just as bad, too. Go figure. At least we've got the same flipping the bird animation.
The production team behind CW's reality game show Capture created a high-tech wilderness compound, built their own cellular network, designed proprietary hardware and custom Android software, all so twelve teams of two can hunt each other down in the middle of the woods every Tuesday night. I really want to play this…
I can’t tell if these guys are imitating Mirror’s Edge, or if this video is just a testament to how well the game captured what parkour feels like. Either way, this first person Parkour video is so much like Mirror’s Edge that it’s actually a little bit terrifying.
There’s even moments that feel like it is straight…
What would happen if you made a video game real? Well, Final Fantasy VII's Cloud would probably…
Whoa there, viral marketeers! You have to be careful not to overshadow your product with the promotion, as these lovely shots of everyday people dressing up in Gotham City Impostors garb readily demonstrate.
Not only did Nathan and Jen Glemboski use the lure of sweet, puffy marshmallows to lure their child into playing a real-life version of the arcade classic Pac-Man, they then sent the link into a gaming blog for our amusement. As long as you're living under my roof you'll eat those marshmallows!
The trend this year in video games, only about a decade late, is to let players repel an attack on New York City. See Crysis 2 this spring, Modern Warfare 3 this fall, and other games that put a virtual gun in their player's hands and some fantastic evil in their sights. The enemy isn't explicitly Al Qaeda, rather…
Seen here is not a single piece of animation or visual trickery. Instead it's five minutes of people doing things that you'd only expect to see happen in a video game... probably with a video game hack.
If you could have any of Halo: Reach's new armor abilities in real life, would you choose armor lock? Watch this video before answering.
When more than 40 people in their 20s stalk the streets of Brooklyn with concealed water guns, that can only mean one thing; a
game of CounterSquirt is going down.
Behold the ultimate touchdown for fans of No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle, as three lingerie designs from the game become reality.