I've gotta hand it to Saints Row IV. Three bucks for four sound effects (OK, and some weapon skins) is pretty fucking obnoxious, when you think about it. But when you pitch it like a blue-screen ad from a 1980s UHF station, it suddenly becomes hilarious.
Saints Row has taken a good share of crap for supposedly copying Grand Theft Auto, but at long last, the tables have turned. Saints Row IV isn't even out yet and modders have already put the game's infamous Dubstep Gun into GTA IV.
Free cat inferno simulator Jones on Fire hits iOS on Thursday. Celebrate with the chiptune dubstep trailer of joy.
Everything needs a little dubstep in it. Okay, not actually. But this track by Soundcloud user Rig manages to mash a whole bunch of different reaper sound clips and put them together to make an awesome dubstep track. Check it out:
You might think surely this is some sort of joke. Even the title of this YouTube video "Power Rangers Dubstep" seems like a hilarious gag. Then, there's the breakdancing—in Power Rangers outfits. They even doing the robot. Hilarious!
Even the characters inside of video games are sick of the wub-wub.
When we say "Dubstep" most people think of hard drops and grinding wubs. But there is a lot more to the genre than that.
We've seen more than our fair share of covers of Skyrim's bombastic theme music over the past six months. Now it's time for a little something different: an original song pieced together using sounds recorded from the Xbox 360 version of the game.
Through creative use of audio layering and filters, Peter "Flash!…
The most important thing I've learned from watching this premiere single-player gameplay trailer for Ubisoft's Ghost Recon Future Soldier is this: Be sure to turn down your dubstep before attempting a stealth kill.