Who wore it better last night, Blaziken, or Lady Gaga?
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.
Here’s a hilarious brief scene from PAX, witnessed by Kinda Funny’s Tim Gettys. Poor Pikachu. Nobody thought to check if the doorways were big enough, huh?
Bulky. Heavy. Ugly. That was the original Nintendo DS. And just when you think that handheld was dead, it starts trending on Twitter in Japan.
Yesterday, Deadline reported that Gil Kenan (Monster House, Poltergeist remake) was set to direct the Five Nights at Freddy’s movie. Since then, Kenan has been answering all sorts of questions on Twitter and Instagram—and these juicy details give us a better sense of what we can expect from the movie.
This hashtag is more magical than a mushroom.
Turns out, things can get pretty silly when you’re stuck inside a vault for most of your life. Who would have thought?
Twitter is kinda terrible sometimes. It enables people of all types and backgrounds to come together and get really, really angry at each other, and somehow many of us lose hours to the damn thing every day. These talking mountains, though? They brighten the place right up.
Last week, something very cool happened: the Internet Archive devised a way for people to play classic DOS games inside an actual tweet. Hope you got your fun in on Friday, though, because Twitter have since pulled the plug.
Should a critic cease coverage of a game simply because a developer does not like them? According to one YouTuber, tensions between himself and a developer are pronounced enough to make any potential coverage that developer’s game biased.
Rejoice, Diddy Kong haters. The latest Smash Bros. patch has changed the annoying chimp, making him a bit less of a powerhouse than he was before.
Shaun Himmerick, producer on Mortal Kombat X, is the latest games industry professional to step away from Twitter after receiving threats against his family.
One pair to rock, and one pair to stock, right? Sneakerheads might amass a large collection of shoes, with some pairs not aging like fine wine, but rather, falling apart.
Yesterday on Twitter I bore witness to something amazing—nine hours of Twitter-based Five Nights At Freddy's role-playing. It was horrible. I was riveted.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse lets players create their own custom characters, which they can then insert into classic DBZ storylines. The character creator is pretty robust, too—which also means that players are having a lot of fun with the tool.