Fate/stay night has spawned several mainstream console games and anime, such as above. The original visual novel, known for its engaging story, does have sex scenes. One Twitter user decided to one moment in particular would be perfect for a Photoshop meme.
It’s astonishing to think how much of the world has changed thanks to the internet. It’s difficult to think of another recent technology that has so totally changed how people experience the world - the invention of the telephone well over 100 years ago is probably the only thing that comes close.
This past Saturday, the popular League of Legends-focused Twitch streamer Trick2g was putting on an elaborate 24-hour live event to commemorate the fact that he’d amassed 800,000 followers. He decided to end the stream with a bang: staging his own mock swatting. Come Monday morning, his account was banned.
A whole bunch of vintage technology shows up in SuperMonkey’s video to make the 80s version of the popular dating app work on a home computer.
Harassment and abuse have been constant problems for people who use Twitter, but the company itself has remained largely silent on the matter. A new leaked internal memo indicates that may be about to change, and Twitter might finally do something to combat trolls.
Saving Throw's short shows an adventuring party of four, trying get by in real life while following RPG rules.
No educational messages this time from the purple T-Rex.
Only one guy is a better person than Bruce Wayne, and even he's a bit of an outsider.
Accepting and completing a quest doesn't always go as smoothly as planned.
Hack the planet! And I thought Hugh Jackman's dancing scene with the 3D cubes from the 2001 movie Swordfish was weird, this recent video from Dorkly proves some movies and TV shows had much crazier scenes with hackers doing the impossible.
Richard Scarry's lovely children's series Busytown becomes a deeply disruptive, data-driven, gluten-free Silicon Valley town in Tony "Lunchbreath" Ruth's project, with the appropriate jobs and descriptions.
"They're here. Oh God! They've found you!" And so it begins. You have two choices: run, or hide.
Nice catch! Zweier Spanjer's first day testing out his DJI Phantom II drone took an unexpected turn when its batteries started to deplete and the $700 gadget started plummeting towards the nearest pond.
The folks at TheFineBros got none other than James Franco and Seth Rogen in their latest clip to sit down and try out an interactive mini-game based on Freaks & Geeks, a fan favorite show that ran about 14 years ago, with younger and much different versions of these two guys in it.
A two-wheeler trying to save its car friends, a teddy bear awaiting lifesaving batteries... There's a lot of drama in Corridor Digital's latest short where remote controlled cars are trying to escape a group of aggressive mini drones.
The folks at HISHE made several animated alternate endings to Guardians of the Galaxy, with many of the movie's memorable scenes getting derailed and Thanos in his hovering chair becoming the most chill villain in the Marvel Universe.
The Wes-Anderson-Call-of-Duty-Fox takes it all, but shooting and crawling—not to mention the plot—would be a lot different in all of Dorkly's recent gallery, with Call of Duty and some famous screenwriters' take on it.