Do you remember Death Cargo? The obscure Mortal Kombat-inspired brawler from an Italian studio Necrostorm known for indie slasher flicks? Well after disappearing a few years ago it’s back. Sort of.
Back in 2015, Splatoon’s low-key disturbing moments baffled everyone. Turns out, the sequel can be just as unsettling.
HBO’s Westworld, the haunting tale of what can happen when cowboy sex robots go awry, spent its first season unwrapping many of the mysteries that so captivated its audience—save, that is, the question that has tormented fans most of all. And that’s apparently exactly how HBO wants it.
The Pokémon Sun and Moon demo has secrets, some of which are only viewable if you play multiple days in a row. Some players are convinced that a creepy NPC must be a part of those special events, even though he repeatedly admits there’s nothing to him.
Over the last couple of weeks, No Man’s Sky players have discovered a number of monoliths scattered across the universe. The structures look important somehow, like they are meant to do something, or perhaps trigger something. Except...they don’t.
Out of the millions of creatures discovered in No Man’s Sky, there’s one monster in particular that has been perplexing players since launch: the giant desert snake.
Last night, a Resident Evil 7 teaser was uploaded as a free demo on PSN. The whole thing lasts maybe 20 minutes, tops. Lots of people have played the demo multiple times, searching every nook and cranny—but many believe they’ve yet to find every secret.
On the surface, Overwatch seems like just a wacky, brightly-colored shooter. Don’t let that fool you though. Overwatch hides some secrets which nobody has found yet according to Blizzard.
This story was originally published on December 8, 2015. Shortly thereafter, Craig Wright scrubbed much of his digital presence and disappeared for months—until May 2, 2016, when he publicly announced that he is the creator of Bitcoin.
Fallout 4 has a ridiculous number of terminals, most of which the average player will never see. One man, however, has actually spent over 25 hours poring through every computer in Fallout 4. It’s madness.
A few weeks ago, a pirate-themed RPG called Vendetta: Curse of Raven’s Cry vanished from the Steam store. At that point, it was surrounded on all sides by (unproven) allegations of fake reviews and shady dealings. Flash forward to now: people still can’t figure out precisely why it disappeared.
Yesterday, Fallout 4 game director Todd Howard teased everyone watching this year’s DICE summit.
Ever since Fallout 4’s release, inquisitive players have been obsessed with one thing: what in the world is Fallout 4 hiding?
Over the years, humanity has sent a number of people into space to explore and document the far heavens. We’ve seen pictures, videos, and accounts from people that have been to space. But it’s still pretty difficult to imagine life out there, isn’t it?
Hopefully you didn’t think Game Freak would stop at 721 Pokémon!
Woah. Where did THAT come from, Life is Strange?
Over time, fans have noticed that underneath all those bright colors and cheery attitude, Splatoon can be a pretty creepy game. Surely Nintendo has an explanation for that, right? Well...
The internet is a vast, unknowable place. The parts you and I interact with on a daily basis are a very small sliver of what’s actually floating around out there. The web can go deep, and it can get dark.