“Welcome player. It’s a fucking video game. Get your stats ready,” Absolutely: A True Crime Story begins. Then it asks you to boost one of your starting character’s stats like strength, dexterity, or something called J3V. None of these stats matter: the browser game is just a random, nihilistic parody. But it’s funny,…
Dying would look a lot cuter.
A bunch of white dudes sit in an office, all of them wearing black suits and white collared shirts. Everyone sits in the same lime green swivel chairs. For a video game, Last Man Sitting sounds really boring. Add shotguns and ragdoll physics, though, and you have a recipe for the only battle royale game left to make.
Ant-Man is the latest Marvel comic book to get the movie treatment. You’ve probably seen the trailer. But have you seen this no-budget parody trailer from Thailand?
It's the Annual Smash Games and Wii Fit Trainer and Mega Man have been chosen as tributes.
Star Wars features things like the Millennium Falcon, lightsabers and droids. Grand Theft Auto does not. You'd think this would make recreating the new Star Wars trailer impossible in GTA V, especially without the use of mods, but no. People just had to get creative!
How do Skyrim's townsfolk react to seeing a player walk around in suggestive body mods? They don't. They just repeat the same lines they'd say normally, but that's exactly what makes this video funny.
It's a platform exclusive, yes, but in return, the game features greatly improved navigation, simplified crafting, and the one thing that's been missing from Minecraft all along: expense and efficiency reports.
If you wanna raise your kids to be blood-hungry nomad horselords, you need to start early.
"Connor goes to revolutionary France, but doesn't take part in the revolution, just wanders the countryside + eats cheese and wine."
After two weeks of hearing about sports you've never cared to follow in the past four years, you've probably wondered why the short track skaters don't just ... you know ... throw a blue shell at the end? And here we can see what would happen if they did.
Today, December 2, 12/2, is just a regular day in the world—except for traffic police in China. Today, the numbers correlate with the phone number for Chinese traffic police, 122, and because of that the fine traffic cops of Huizhou city in Guangdong province have released a nifty music video.
So, Aaron Paul's big post-Breaking Bad victory lap is a nice payday and a starring role in a popcorn flick. But what if, instead of a gritty, growly movie adaptation for Need for Speed, Mario Kart got the treatment instead?
Remember when we had to wait years for a follow-up to our pro-animal rights propaganda video games? The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals return to the Unrelated Region a year after Pokémon Black & Blue with Pokémon Red, White & Blue: Loosely Connected to McDonald's.
Ah, young love. Check out this adorable mash-up by Nerdist of the ridiculously catchy 'Royals' by Lorde and Zelda—not only is the result charming, but it's also chock full of references to the Nintendo franchise.
You have to be in a League of Legends World Championship finalist team to get the attention of devoted fans and get an awesome The Offspring parody song—like this one from The Yordles on YouTube.
Well, technically, it wouldn't even be called "Breaking Bad" anymore, it would be called "Making Good." And in that (parody) version of Breaking Bad, Walter White actually gives up the meth game and takes up teaching as a means of paying for his cancer according to Thats Whats Up Comedy.