This short animation Death in Space by Thomas Lucas is a collection of two-second scenes that show people dying in space in the most random ways. It’s totally silly, but it’s funny because it pokes fun of the careless curiosity of human nature. Yes, we’re going to jab that creature that might swallow us alive. Sure,…
Iron Man is basically a death machine. A slick talking, charismatic death machine but a death machine nonetheless. Once Tony Stark straps on that suit of his, absolutely no one—people, aliens, other robots, whoever is nearby—is safe.
Earlier this week the folks at ColorWare ("The Color People" is probably not their slogan) released an extremely limited run of 24 karat gold-plated PlayStation 4 and Xbox One controllers. At $300 a piece the PS4 controllers are already sold out.
Meanwhile, over in Europe, this is happening. Korea's most popular musical export lends his gentlemanly style to two of Korea's most popular online gaming exports. I can see PSY in MapleStory, but Combat Arms?
We called it Ring-And-Run. Other kids called it Ding Dong Ditch. Only when I moved out and lived on my own did I realize how aggravating it is to have some nitwit fifth-grader knock on your door and hide in the bushes when you went to open it. At least they didn't leave a flaming bag of dogshit on the stoop.
First it was planking, now it's... ScarlettJohanssonning?
Last week we lauded BioWare writer David Gaider for his eloquent defense of the inclusion of love interests for players of any sexual orientation in Dragon Age II. Now one gamer has started an internet petition asking that Gaider be fired for his poor portrayal of gay men.
The Alabama Power Company created this nifty television ad to talk about how some electronic gadgets still use power when they're turned off.
There's nothing quite as entertaining than watching accomplished recording artists like Nelly Furtado trying to sing their own songs after they've been translated into The Sims gibberish language.