What you’re seeing above shouldn’t be possible, but krille71 somehow pulled it off. Here’s how.
Spelunky is insane. People who speed run Spelunky are insane. Someone just broke the Hell speed run world record for Spelunky. Guess what: it’s insane.
I’ve played more than 100 hours of Spelunky. Olmec? No problem. Yama? Done. Speedlunky? Did it on PC and Vita. But that didn’t stop this world record run from making me feel terrible.
Evolve pits four players against one in a brutal fight to the death. That is, unless you decide to start jumping rope with the monster.
If a dance pad controller is good enough for Dark Souls, it's good enough for Spelunky. Plus clips from Destiny, Shadow of Mordor, and more!
DriveClub finally leaves the starting line in October, with the PlayStation Plus Edition of the game joining Spelunky, Dust: An Elysian Tail, and several other additions to the lineup. Check out the video above, list below, or PlayStation.Blog to see the full roster.
Oh god. Oh god, someone call an ambulance please.
We've rounded up some of the best highlights from the past few days in the gaming world and put them all in one place for you. Today: An anti-aircraft log, a creatively themed Dark Souls 2 hack, and creative ways to use new game mechanics.
Today's gaming highlights: The biggest prize in esports history, an amazing escape in Dota 2, and a very good reason to always watch your back in a warzone.
Today's gaming highlights: Casually landing a plane on a boat in a warzone, jumping over buildings like Superman, an incredible sniper shot, and more!
Today's gaming highlights: Some of the best moments from the biggest fighting game tournament of the year, plus incredible world records in both Spelunky and World of Warcraft!
You'd scream, too, if you did something better and faster than anyone else in the world. Like completing the notoriously hard video game Spelunky. So, yeah, let the guy holler.
Today in gaming highlights: We see how to safely navigate a Mario Kart 8 course. Very safely. Also, a Counter-Strike dance party!
Spelunky players just refuse to give up. It makes sense, considering the game they've chosen to spend so much time playing. The world record for highest possible score has been beaten, with an amazing run by YamaYamaDingDong.
I don't know how this game went this long without this mod, but that doesn't really matter: Here it is, at last, Spelunky done Metroid-style. The title screen and music alone should fire you right the hell up.
A big component of Spelunky's appeal and challenge is its procedurally generated levels, assuring you don't play the same board twice. Some diehards, however, have developed a tool (for the PC's HD version) that forces the game to generate the same level on replays.
Spelunky procedurally-generates its levels, meaning you'll never ever play the same stage twice. But how does this magic actually work? How do you get to play through actual playable stages, and not nightmarish collages of terrain?