Meet the newest Pokémon, Yungoos. The internet thinks he looks kiiiind of familiar.
Overwatch’s “play of the game” is supposed to be a post-match highlight that showcases a moment of badassery, but the internet has transformed the feature into so much more.
Reaper’s tryhard edgelording is partially on Blizzard, which has given the character sharp lines such as “DIE, DIE, DIE.” But players who play Reaper also make him seem like a ridiculous character, too.
Twitter announced a bunch of changes to its service today. Some are useful, some are terrible. If the past informs the present, there will be a lot of hand-wringing before people reluctantly continue using a useful service that’s often misunderstood by the company that created it.
The Pokémon hype train has officially left the station, and the passengers are definitely freaking out in excitement right now.
Yesterday, Riot introduced the world to Taliyah, League of Legends’ next playable champion. For the most part, people responded very positively toward Taliyah. Champion designer Daniel Klein responded to the vocal minority against Taliyah, however, by stating that “Restricting body types is limiting to us as creators.”
Damn. That sure was one hell of a Game of Thrones episode, huh? (SPOILERS AHEAD!)
Twitter user Josh Raby went to his local McDonald’s drive thru at 1 AM to get himself a milkshake. What he received was a dramatic tale of love, loss and redemption that began with “Holy shit hello, you are at McDonald’s.”
And now, an epic tale of love and dedication only possible through video games.
I’m Commander Shepard, and this is my least favorite racist on the Citadel.
Miitomo, Nintendo’s Mii-driven social network, is tearing up the app store charts right now with millions of new users on day one. The app’s explosive popularity is simple to explain: it’s hilarious to use.
“Hellooooooo world!!!” wrote Microsoft’s new AI bot in its first tweet yesterday morning. By the end of the day, it had declared that Hitler did nothing wrong.
Kim Kardashian: Hollywood can often be found on the charts for popular mobile games. That is to say: it’s likely making a lot of money.
As many of us get excited to find brand new games under our trees this weekend, it’s worth looking back at what happened last year, when some jerks tried to ruin Christmas for everyone.
It makes sense that a crimefighter like Batman would be organized, right? But the Darknight Detective of the 1966 TV show took this shit to another level.
If you have a spare ten minutes today, you should hop onto Twitter and play this adventure game. It’s smart, clever, and legitimately funny, which is a major step up from pretty much everything else on Twitter.