Last year, game developers Bloober Team released one of the worst rated titles on the PS4. This year, they’re back with a horror game with a very unusual premise—and it’s actually pretty damn good.
Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire's creepiest moment happens so fast, most players probably miss it.
Every GTA hides secrets—rare and strange occurrences that would be right at home inside an episode of The X-Files. Some of them are scripted. Some aren't. All of them end up logged and documented by players.
Oh God, what have I done? Oh that's right, I asked the wrong people to create an alternative line of sexy video game Halloween costumes. I brought this on myself, and now I'm bringing it to you.
It's that time of year again, when the specialty shops are packed with "sexy" Halloween costumes aimed at titillating the gaming set. There's sexy plumbers, sexy elves and sexy assassins all over the place, but they're generally crap. Let's show them how it's done.
If you're like me, you like weird stuff on the internet. Boy are you in for a treat then.
Through the game's original announcement and since its next-generation console reveal, Activision has steadfastly refused to say if the game was coming to Wii U. The game's executive producer, however, indicated that it may.
There'll always be a place for the opaque in gaming—mysterious games that don't immediately express their intent with garish tutorial pop-ups and button-prompts. Jake Clover's Nuign Specter, a free experimental PC game, definitely falls into that category.
So there was this guy, and he bought a Majora's Mask cartridge from a creepy old guy, and it had wicked scary glitches in it, like Link would burst into flame while the Song of Healing played backward, and ...