As intrepid modders the world over continue in their quest to make dicking around in Grand Theft Auto V more fun and chaotic, we may have reached a new milestone.
On today’s Highlight Reel we have ArmA III AT-ATs, illegal hair loss in GTA V, sitting guardians in Destiny and much more!
Okay, I’m about nine months late to this, but I just finished Watch Dogs on Saturday. And I liked the little Assassin’s Creed joke I found in the game.
Video games have a blackness problem. This has been a known thing for a while, and we do talk about it from time to time. But I'd like to keep talking about it.
On today's Highlight Reel we have airborne sheep, game models twisted into horrible shapes, a GTA V supercop and much more.
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.
Jumping puzzles aren't always very fun, especially in first person shooters like Destiny. Luckily, at least one of Destiny's super powers allows you to just pass by one of these frustrating sections.
If you think "I've done some pretty amazing Falcon Punches before", just ask yourself: did your opponent just quit the game after you did it? And, as always, much more!
I was very, very close to advising you not to bother with Watch Dogs' big downloadable episode Bad Blood.
In addition to our usual roundup of amazing plays and glitches, this weekend's League of Legends tournament brought one of the most incredible moments in the game. Also, an amazing play in CS:GO from Dreamhack, and more!
Rejoice, Wii U owners—you, too, will get a third-party game this fall. Ubisoft just announced that their open-world hacking game Watch Dogs comes to Wii U on November 18 in North America.
You can even hack vending machines. That's some admirable attention to detail.
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, a Battlefield moment reminiscent of Archer, a Watch Dogs race straight out of Mario Kart, and more!
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, a player in The Last Of Us multiplayer that refuses to lose, and more!
Fabien Troncal is an artist who has worked for a while now at Ubisoft, first at the company's Paris studio and now in Montreal.
The Fallout vertibird and a squad of power armored-troops made out of Lego by Justin Stebbins. He has also made convincing Lego minifigs based on Watch Dogs, Destiny, Metal Gear, Baldur's Gate, and more:
Now that's what I call retro gaming. One inventive soul hooked up new (and new-ish) games like Watch Dogs and Grand Theft Auto V to a TV set from the 1970's, and the results look surprisingly cool. This gives the hipster in me so many ideas...
The law is the law in Watch Dogs. If you break it, you're getting gunned down—regardless of whether or not you happen to be human.