In the newest teaser trailer of Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee, it was revealed that you can now give Pikachu and Eevee different haircuts. They unfortunately include blunt bangs. Eevee and Pikachu seem to be really loving it, but I am NOT. While I’d like to think of Pokémon as hair trendsetters, they’re not the…
If you’ve tuned into a Tyler “Ninja” Blevins livestream lately, you’ve probably noticed that things sound a little different now. Twitch’s biggest star is trying to make his entertainment more family-friendly, and some fans aren’t taking it very well.
If you’ve been on Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, or Vine lately, then you’ve probably seen pictures or videos of strange, cartoony characters recently. Maybe they’re pole dancing. Maybe they’re singing Frozen’s Let It Go. Maybe they have a celebrity’s face. Or maybe they look like a monstrosity that shouldn’t exist.
A couple of weeks ago, I called up my 15-year-old sister. I wanted to ask her about a certain celebrity.
The Smash Bros Invitational at E3 had a surprise celebrity round tonight, and you can watch the match that transpired here.
And it's definitely not safe for children, either—these action figures of famous celebrities and characters are troublemakers. The real Toy Story looks so wholesome by comparison!
Celebrities: They're just like us! They have bad hair days. They hate waiting in line at the DMV. And just like us, they stand around looking uncomfortable when they play Wii U at conventions.
Now that we had the Oscars last night, it is time to gather a list of games that enhanced their storytelling by featuring real-life actors, actresses and other celebrities—not just as voice actors, but sometimes even as the main characters.
Sometimes you see Samuel L. Jackson walking down the red carpet at the Spike VGAs. And sometimes you feel compelled to ask him random questions about video games. Even if you get the feeling he doesn't actually play video games.
It's hard to say, really, who is more at fault in this sadly failed guess from last night's Jimmy Kimmel Live. While Kimmel got sidetracked and failed to remember pertinent information that would have helped him, the celebrity—armed not with a phone, but with a full-sized iPad—could have done a much better job…
At the end of a nearly 13 minute interview, Peter Travers, the eminent film critic from Rolling Stone asks Josh Hutcherson, who plays Peeta in current box office smash The Hunger Games to sing the song currently on his mind. OK, Hutcherson says, just one problem: The song has no lyrics.
EVE Online recently introduced an amazing new character customization tool that has the game's players seeing virtual stars at every turn. Space Conan O'Brien heads up our star-studded gallery.
Election Day was yesterday, but so what, none of these politicians in NBA Jam were candidates. When the game hits the Xbox 360 and PS3, it will have the same roster - and unlockables - as the Wii version.
L.A. Laker Kobe Bryant shows up to a game Tuesday in the Call of Duty: Black Ops Jeep. L.A. Galaxy star (not for long) David Beckham played EA Sports Active 2.0. Only in L.A. Only if game companies pay them?
Snoop, part-time rapper and full-time celebrity pitch-man who seems to say no to nothing, agreed to blow up a van in Las Vegas to promote Mafia Wars. That's Mafia Wars Vegas, the free game on Facebook. A couple of problems:
When last we heard from Bengals receiver/game enthusiast Chad Ochocinco, he was offering season tickets for an early copy of Call of Duty: Black Ops. Now he's enjoying Madden NFL 11, 18 days before release.
As a weekend timewaster, this idea was so good I'm kicking myself for not thinking of it first. GamesRadar plugged seven high-quality screengrabs into those find-my-celebrity-lookalike sites, and came back with some hilariously inaccurate - and surprisingly accurate - matches.
It is a cliché to say it is a cliché that a celebrity seemed like a normal person. So let's just say that, in his office today, Jimmy Fallon seemed just as concerned about the next GoldenEye as you, though maybe more excited about the next Star Fox.
You may recall last April, Ice-T and Epic Games' Cliff Bleszinski discussed casting opportunities for Gears of War 3, before that game was even announced. Last night, Ice let slip that he has a speaking part, but quickly retracted it.