Want to see some of the most amazing, well-choreographed fights animation has to offer? Then RWBY season two is the place for you.
Red versus Blue. Shirts versus skins. Zombies versus humans.
Over the last few months, the good people over at Rooster Teeth (the group behind machinima hit Red vs Blue) have been producing their own original game and anime-inspired web series called RWBY. And while it's hardly deep, its first season provides enough action and imagination to draw anyone in.
Ha, this is pretty funny—if you understand Japanese and even if you do not.
Rooster Teeth started their popular Halo-based machinima comedy series Red vs Blue all the way back in 2003.
The Transportation Security Administration isn't making too many friends in American airports at the moment. It'll make less friends if it starts holding up video games the way it holds up a departures line.
It's Bungie Day, and the developer celebrates with a new video featuring Rooster Teeth's Red Vs. Blue crew coming home to a new and improved Halo: Reach version of the Blood Gulch map.
Their reaction was pretty much the same reaction I have to a new Halo game. I think, "Hooray! I shall be at the same skill level as many other people for a short period of time!" Unfortunately that short period of time is around 15 minute, give or take, so the elation generally doesn't last long. After a half hour,…