The saga of Teen Girl Selfie Simulator came to a close this week, and it’s been quite a trip. My heart still aches thinking about it all—I’m so attached to the characters! But boy, did some parts of the fifth episode of Life is Strange feel kind of phoned in.
That’s how you use a typewriter in 2015. This prototype, built by Russian artist group ::vtol ::, takes your picture and turns them into selfies with alphanumeric characters.
If you’ve been on Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, or Vine lately, then you’ve probably seen pictures or videos of strange, cartoony characters recently. Maybe they’re pole dancing. Maybe they’re singing Frozen’s Let It Go. Maybe they have a celebrity’s face. Or maybe they look like a monstrosity that shouldn’t exist.
Love them or hate them, selfies are pretty much everywhere—including Mortal Kombat.
Not all World of Warcraft players are on board with the idea of selfies—that most modern of photography, um, "techniques"—infiltrating their fantasyland home away from home, but the ones who are really dig them. Here are some of the best.
After almost 22 years Doom is finally finished thanks mod-maker Linguica's "InstaDoom", which adds 37 InstaGram filters to the game and swaps out the fabled BFG with a selfie stick.
Maybe you love them. Maybe you loathe them. Maybe you're taking one right now. Selfies are everywhere, because we are painfully vain creatures. And now, finally—after you begged, pleaded, groveled, and probably didn't ask for it at all—they're coming to World of Warcraft.
Millennials get a lot of criticism for their overt shallowness and constant need to interact, but it's extra scathing when it's coming from a guy in a Megatron costume.
A couple of weeks ago, I called up my 15-year-old sister. I wanted to ask her about a certain celebrity.
Throughout the years, China Joy has been labeled various names by both the foreign and Chinese press. Some have called it a show about busts, others have called it a giant sea of people. Personally, I call China Joy fun!
Give people the power to stage their own screenshots, as The Last of Us: Remastered does, and something magical happens. Artistic, even.
Washington D.C. resident Helene Meldahl has figured out a way to improve selfies: Add your kick-ass doodles.
It seems like there's always a new photo trend, doesn't it? Some are big. Some are small. Well, this one could have you shaking your head. Literally.
The latest trend in video games: selfies. Check out this smart Wired piece about the Myspace phenomenon that's found its way into a couple of video games that are out this week. What's next—gangnam style? (ATTN: Video game developers. Please do not add gangnam style to your games.)