Shortly after the starters for Pokémon Sun and Moon were revealed yesterday, the internet exploded with love for the new monsters. Well, mostly.
The formula is given, and it's worked before: Plot lines from Seinfeld with Kramer the visionary, George who just can't pull it together, Jerry and Elaine whining about everything, and Newman plotting something evil in his apartment, all squeezed into short tweets with something extra added. This time it's eSports.
What would The Twilight Zone, Rod Serling cult classic horror TV series be like in the modern age? Here are some fresh plot ideas from Modern Twilight Zone's Twitter.
In the screenshot you see here I am being killed by zombies, but they aren't normal zombies. They are #ReplaceMovieTitlesWithPope zombies, and they are legion.
The 150 most commonly used words in more than 28 million games-related Tweets, July 2009 to present, as compiled by AggreTweet. The entire infographic is on the jump.
Japanese Harvest Moon publishers Marvelous Entertainment has unleashed Followars onto the iPad, a two-player game that turns your Twitter followers into combatants in turn-based role-playing battles to the death.
Bizarre Creations' Blur is hopping on the Twitter bandwagon, giving players the ability to send customized Tweets while playing through the developer's latest racing title.