Eager to check out crazy, over-the-top fight scenes with imaginative weapons? Well, RWBY Volume 3 certainly has that, as well as a healthy helping of sadness and despair.
Released last year as a fan game for Rooster Teeth’s hit animated webseries, RWBY: Grimm Eclipse returns as an official four-player co-op action game on Steam Early Access, and it’s a blast.
My name is Michael Fahey, and while I am not a Destiny addict myself, I’m beginning to suspect I work with several of them. Maybe Rooster Teeth’s imaginary support group can help.
Want to see some of the most amazing, well-choreographed fights animation has to offer? Then RWBY season two is the place for you.
It is surprisingly easy to survive in a round of homemade Frogger in GTA V's online arena. At first.
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.
It was only a matter of time before the dudes at Rooster Teeth found something silly to do in GTA V. In today's edition: the front flip that can, surprisingly, be used as a weapon. And a pretty powerful one at that.
David Dreger, a contributor to Rooster Teeth and its Achievement Hunter video series, was found dead in a Vancouver park on Thursday, concluding a nearly monthlong search. He was 28. A cause of death has not yet been determined.
Falling on your crotch is funny, when it's in a video game. So is dying multiple times over for no apparent reason.
Presented to you by Rooster Teeth, this fanimation by Shane Newville sheds some new light on what's really going on behind Mega Man's pixelated veil. Yeah, it turns out the little guy hasn't just been running, jumping and shooting in a straight line all these years. His real job is a lot harder than that.
Released earlier this spring, this is the Japanese language version of the "Red vs. Blue: Remember to Not Forget" clip that was supposed help you to remember to...not forget Halo 4's release date.
Rooster Teeth started their popular Halo-based machinima comedy series Red vs Blue all the way back in 2003.
In today's edition of pointless, yet hilarious things to do in games, the duo launches their character into the air in Grand Theft Auto IV. is known for some wacky glitches that…
The latest in Rooster Teeth's Immersion series of web videos is here, this time seeing if two dudes in a video game could really survive against a horde of 400 zombies.
Rooster Teeth makes like Letterman from The Electric Company, swapping an N for an M to give us this comedy short. Hang around for the end - who doesn't like it when mimes pantomime ... that ...?
When Rooster Teeth swivels its main guns onto a particular topic, you can count on that sucker being blasted off the map. And here is a comprehensively excellent faux trailer that reframes Angry Birds as an action drama about secret wars fought with advanced technology. Or a slingshot and birds.