In 1987 Hasbro released a stocky green and purple robot that transformed into a mechanical scorpion and a Decepticon Fortress. Nearly 30 years later, third-party Transformers crafters MakeToys releases a much cooler take on Scorponok.
The Last Leviathan is a new Steam game about physics-based ship building. If you can dream it, you can make it and then use it to sail an open ocean. Even if it’s Mega Man or a giant floating dick. I mean, you had to have seen that coming.
Wasted is a post-apocalyptic dungeon crawler that unabashedly takes the piss out of Fallout. It’s about exploring Coolers (read: Vaults), meeting and murdering zany characters, and getting so drunk that you acquire super powers.
Between its flashy explosions and deep weapon customization, the PlayStation 4's latest co-op action role-playing game is transforming me into a ruthless alien killing machine. Want to watch?
Pewdiepie has been on YouTube for about five years now. Inevitably, some fans who have stuck with him the entire way through now think they miss the “old” Pewdiepie. That’s why Pewdiepie took to YouTube last weekend to talk about how awful and amateurish his early days actually were.
Within hours of posting a video of my visit to the Second Life Trump Mansion, the forces of chaos organized a rally.
A video identified by NeoGAF user Taker34 as a demo reel from the website of a developer working on the next installment of BioWare’s space opera shows off special effects and new movement abilities that may or may not show up in next year’s Mass Effect Andromeda.
Apologies to Obi-Wan Kenobi, who famously uttered the phrase in the first Star Wars film, but becoming a translucent blue bit of heroic motivation has nothing on what Vader does to the rebel forces in this modded Fallout battle.
Sometimes I try random Steam Early Access games on a whim. Often, it’s a very bad idea. Kona is a big exception to that rule.
If you want, you can tunnel all the way to the center of Portal Knights’ floating island world. There’s just one problem: it’s hollow.
A year ago, Matthew “NaDeSHoT” Haag announced that he would be streaming Call of Duty on competitive gaming site MLG.TV exclusively in a deal that the New York Times once called “lucrative.” Last weekend, the former top player looked back on that decision—and came pretty close to calling it a mistake.
Before we even start talking, General Mittenz asks me if we can stand for the duration of the interview. “For me, right now, I’m having a massive anxiety attack,” he explains while fidgeting nervously. Standing and moving around helps. A little.
Twitch is far-and-away the biggest video game streaming service on the planet, but it’s definitely not perfect.
Today on Highlight Reel we have hijackings, bad football rulings, a talking horse’s ass, a Dragon Age NPC noping the hell out of a fight and much more!
Remember Kung Fury? The comedy action trailer about a renegade cop hacking his way back in time to kill kung-fu Hitler? Well, the full movie’s out now, and it’s solid—but I don’t love it.
On today's Highlight Reel we have the lifesaving notes in Bloodborne, bulletproof GTA NPCs, skydiving, stunts, and more!
On today's Highlight Reel we have stylish aerial maneuvers in GTA, deadly assassinations, powerful jumps and much more!
Plagued by the noxious emissions from Evil Inc.'s industrial complex, the citizens of Burnstar's Fairway Island have only one course of action: blow it all to hell. It's so very Bomberman of them.
On today's Highlight Reel we have traffic violations in GTA V, deadly rocks in H1Z1, grappling hook action in Hardline and more!