I don’t think anyone has bitten their nails as hard as the people who played in this match.
For more than 100 days, YouTuber Project One Life performed the same dance routine in his bedroom. Then he spliced all of the footage together into a two minute video. The result is downright inspirational.
Yesterday in a Reddit AMA, Col. Matrix took requests to repeat his most iconic lines of the past three decades. Among them: Predator (above), Conan the Barbarian (but not the prayer to Crom) Kindergarten Cop and, of course, The Terminator. How in the hell did nothing from Commando make it?
What goes on inside the head of a child playing with a couple of LEGO ninja? Stop-motion animator supreme Counter656 gives us a thrilling peek.
Now, the opening to Attack on Titan is already fantastic—but that doesn't mean I can't get behind 331Erock shredding out a metal version of the song.
Looking at pictures of ProgV's mech, you can see some obvious hints here and there of its former life as a car—the headlights, for example. What's less subtle is it's awesomeness.
Hack A Day is a fount of awesome mods and game themed creations, featured here frequently, and this portal gun which "levitates" a companion cube is one of the best conversation pieces they've come up with yet.
Why no one built this until now, 32 years after The Empire Strikes Back, I don't know. But this enterprising builder, "fortyozjuicebox," assembled a compact, cardboard version of a Snowspeeder and, at the :40 mark of that video above, races it downhill at a sledding derby.
YouTube user Joel935M was fooling around with rotoscoping in After Effects and picked a duel from Game of Thrones as a test case. A hundred thousand views later, he's beset by demands to rotoscope other fight scenes from the show.
Bobby Ågren runs a store in Copenhagen, Denmark called Ruben & Bobby. It's a hair salon. Oh, and it also sells old video game systems, old video games and old toys. Making it a hair salon/game store/cultural museum.
Bravo to 1Up for getting Capcom's Yoshinori Ono, producer of the Street Fighter series, to reenact this gem from M. Bison's hilariously awful dialogue in 1994's Street Fighter: The Movie. He dropped by their offices last week to talk Street Fighter X Tekken.
Nintendo's Game Boy is the instrument of choice for some musicians, due to its charming chiptune sound and the prominence Little Sound Dj. But artist Sebastian Bender has taken a different approach to using the 8-bit handheld as musical maker.
Fed up with his shitty flip phone's inability to play a game of Angry Birds, one man turns to the most incendiary of video game cliches, the exploding barrel, to scratch his itch for destruction. This is the game of Angry Barrels.
Proving that My Little Pony makes everything hilarious and StarCraft II makes everything awesome - at the same time - is this fantastic two-minute mashup that is simply not to be missed.
There's a new contender in the battle for real world Mario Kart action, Rémi Gaillard. Master video makers Freddie Wong and friends have taken their special effects laden know-how to the track, the most realistic looking Mario Kart-meets-real life video yet.
When Street Fighter IV's ultra combos are recreated in the real world, is the result silly looking or totally bad-ass? As "action company" Thousand Pounds, demonstrates, it's somewhere in the middle.
For the wee Mass Effect fan in your life who prefers coloring inside the lines and navigating mazes, as opposed to making hundreds of dialogue tree choices, give them the Mass Effect Coloring and Activity Book.
Luke isn't the only huge fan of Adventure Time at Kotaku. I love watching the trippy adventures of Finn and sidekick dog Jake. And now, thanks to Cartoon Network, I can play the games.
It may not be the most efficient way, but this demonstration of how to play the Game Boy Advance version of Rhythm Heaven with a laser and a Japanese sword is definitely the most impressive.
Sports gamers remember the epic R.B.I. Baseball re-creation of the sixth game of the 1986 World Series. Someone's gotten around to re-enacting an even greater World Series moment from that decade: Kirk Gibson's home run to beat Oakland in 1988.