For some reason, this screenshot makes me imagine Zeratul saying: “You call that a knife? This is a knife!” That also means I have to give Zeratul a strong Australian accent, which I want to call Protaustralian and make StarCraft canon.
Before you can understand one of the most popular Tomb Raider porn videos online, you need to know about a key scene in a recent Tomb Raider game.
The Pyro goes to work as a security guard at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza. Naturally, everything goes horribly wrong (but probably not in the way you think).
Steam sales are good, provided you have self-control. If you don't, you might feel like the Scout above whenever a big sale rolls around.
Having been in production for years, James McVinnie's End of the Line short film has now been finished. And it's as good as the trailers had you believe.
Some people become heroes through combat. Others prove their worth through great feats of science or art. This hero, however, proves himself through simpler means.
It's not enough to simply snipe another sniper in Team Fortress 2.
Guns drawn. Tumbleweeds rolling by. An eerie silence. Only this time, it's not Clint Eastwood and Lee Van Cleef squinting death stares at each other. It's the Heavy and the Spy.
Valve's Source Filmmaker is an amazing tool, and this fan film is a great example. It shows poor Tidehunter trying to land a hit on Kunkka and failing. And failing. And failing. I hope Valve hires this guy to do the clips for their future Dota 2 videos.
Dark Souls II has a lot of changes in it, and watching fans try to parse them out on Youtube is always a fascinating process. But what would happen if the game was so different it was utterly ruined? Hilarity, that's what.
The annual Saxxy awards aren't just an excuse for Valve to show off the company's Source Filmmaker suite; it's a chance for us all to enjoy some of the best damn cartoons on the internet, whether you like video games or not.