Well this gives a whole new meaning to the collectible cassette tapes in Metal Gear Solid V. In a Wes Anderson version we’d probably have B-sides of counterculture-rooted rock music instead of additional story elements. »
Today on Highlight Reel we have Rocket League trick shots, Battlefield 4 plays, illegal wrestling moves, and much more! »
Happy Wheels has been on the internet for a long time. You’ve probably played it, or watched a YouTuber play it, or at least heard of this gruesome ragdoll physics game. Well, now it’s on iOS—and I dove in to see whether or not it still holds up.
With just a couple of days left till Metal Gear Solid V’s launch, fan theories about the game’s plot and potential twists are already out of control. What’s the true identity of Chico? And Quiet? Is the doctor a real life surgeon? »
It’s not surprising to see people try to trick other players in Super Mario Maker. I just wasn’t expecting Nintendo to give anyone a helping hand in doing it.
The creatures of GTA V all lead secret lives that we often never get to see while playing. They hunt. They eat. They try to survive. »
Can we save the teens from being murdered in the PS4’s big new horror game? Or will we watch everyone die one by one because we made poor choices that snowballed horribly? Let’s find out. »
Remember Half-Life: Blue Shift, that expansion where you played as Barney, the security guard? Well, Blue Shift’s Source engine remake, Black Mesa: Insecurity, just got its very first teaser trailer. You can watch it below, and follow the mod’s Mod DB page and/or Black Mesa Forum thread for updates.
Today on Highlight Reel we have sick taunts, Rocket League shots, bad Call of Duty timing, early jet celebrations, and much more! »
So apparently the 1984 classic The Karate Kid is not about Daniel LaRusso, the new kid in the neighborhood, becoming the target of “Cobra Kai” member Johnny Lawrence. Nope. It’s the other way around! »
World of Warcraft’s current expansion pack takes us back in time to the orcish homeworld Draenor, prior to its destruction. With time travel and all kinds of timelines included, it’s not the easiest thing to follow. But with everything reversed, it all makes sense. »
Today, I am going to attempt Mario Maker’s “100 Mario challenge,” a mode where you are given 100 lives to clear a set number of courses created by other players. Who knows what I will find? »
Super Mario Maker is largely in the hands of reviewers, entertainers, and YouTubers right now—but even so, we’re already starting to see some fantastic user-created levels. »