Lightsabers and the Force as well. I don’t remember the Emperor attacking with a lightning middle finger, but here’s Trevor doing it. »
Nothing beats the adrenaline high of watching a close call in a competitive match—and that’s especially true with Smash Bros., a chaotic game where unexpected things happen all the time. »
It might be too early for a One-Punch Man game, but it’s absolutely the right time to mess around with Fallout 4 console commands and transform the wasteland into a world worthy of the powerful bald-headed hero. »
Two enemies lock eyes on the battlefield. One, a Rebel soldier. The other, an Imperial Stormtrooper. This can only end in one way. »
Today on Highlight Reel we have weird physics, multiple Skywalkers, TIE loops, invasions, explosions and much more! »
Speedcuber Lucas Etter was able to complete the Rubik’s Cube mind-blowingly fast. Solving it in 4.90 seconds is not just one of his bests so far but it’s a new world record. »
Missing Fallout 4’s most powerful armor is pretty easy, given that it’s inside of an unmarked building. Here’s how you can find it.
Driving in the opposite lane is no longer a problem. This custom plow might not be the most stunning creation in GTA V, but it’s effective, that’s for sure. »
Pretty impressive from a “retired” player who no longer participates in tournaments and only plays and streams StarCraft II for fun. But hey it’s MC, one of the best Protoss players in the world. New units? New gameplay mechanics? It certainly doesn’t matter to him, as this recently recorded replay proves. »
Trevor, Franklin, Lamarr and Michael are here, as the Teletubbies, ready to make your morning gloriously stupid.
Fallout 4 is set in Boston, Massachusetts. Boston is pretty close to Salem, the town famous for the wrongful execution of women who were suspected of being witches. Naturally, Bethesda had to include Salem in some way in Fallout 4—and they did! »
5.9 billion, spent on a company that’s known for making a match-3 game. Wild, isn’t it? That’s more than Disney spent on Star Wars! How do you explain such a thing? »
When you first leave the vault in Fallout 4, you’ll notice there’s a locked container at the end of the level. It has a gun; a really good gun, by the looks of it. One problem: there’s no way to actually open the container so early in the game. Unless, of course, you know of a loophole. »