Today is April 1. Every year we forget it exists, until March comes to an end and every brand on the planet prepares to remind you for twenty four hours straight just how difficult it is to be truly funny. Here’s a roundup of the mostly best (and worst) April Fool’s gags for 2017.
April 1. For some, a day of shenanigans. For most, a day of clenched teeth and tested nerves. To sort the former from the latter, here’s a roundup of the best (and worst) April Fool’s gags for 2016.
A service called “HeirBnB,” Twitch Plays Raid Finder, underwater Ashran (hell no!), Arena matches on Vine... Well, even if these are for April 1, I can see some of the new World of Warcraft: Legion alpha updates working in-game and waking up the community one way or another.
Ah, April 1. It’s a day where loads of things on the internet will make you groan, cry and smack your face to your palm. Other things, though, might actually give you a chuckle. Let’s take a look at some of the best (and worst) of these extremes.
I wish this wasn't being published on April 1. I wish I was writing this on any other day of the year, when this could possibly be a real thing that I could actually play.
Continuing a long and proud tradition of producing some of the only April Fool's Day content worth a chuckle, online retailer Thinkgeek has revealed three bogus items that aren't really for sale.
Good morning, Kotaku. It's April 1. April Fools Day. A day when the internet becomes a wasteland of bad jokes and annoying fake news. So wherever you tread today, be cautious. And if it's any consolation, we won't be trying to trick you. Seriously.
I know, we've been trying to restrict April Fool's stuff to a single post, but since this clip - of Bayonetta re-imagined as an 8-bit side-scroller - isn't really a joke or a scam, it's worth a closer look.
Oh dear. It's now April 1, making this officially the worst day of the year for all things internet. Over the next 24 hours things might get a little rough. But it's OK. We can get through this. Together.
April Fool's Day is ostensibly a day for fun and pranks, but for anyone looking for news on the internet, it's a royal pain in the ass. So thank the maker it's all over.
Bravo, IGN. Bravo. Having set a high standard last April 1st with their Zelda movie trailer, this year, attention shifts to Killzone. And how it's not a story about killing. It's a story about love.