Disney theme parks are a great place to get exclusive merchandise and souvenirs featuring all your favorite characters. That is, unless those pieces of merchandise make awful, embarrassing mistakes.
Steve Harvey, the host of tonight’s Miss Universe pageant, did the one thing that the host of any award show absolutely cannot do: he announced the wrong winner. It was hilarious.
Hey Suikoden II, what sound does the horse make?
This is a Japanese sport called Bo-Taoshi. Remember that game you used to play in grade school, where one kid would stand on top of a mound of snow or dirt, and everyone else would try to push him off? This is basically that, except with a pole and a whole lot more flying jump kicks.
It's not news that Yao Ming is a gigantic human being, but it's still astonishing when he's juxtaposed with a regular-sized person. Take this AP photo from the All-Star Game, and know that it wasn't edited at all.
I don't have any information or context to provide to help you make sense of how this video came to be. The best I can do is this message board thread that has live play-by-play of the action, but it isn't necessarily all that helpful. ("No one in the crowd. Including us, know what the fucks going on. Before you…
Wu-Tang Clan member Method Man is genuinely rapping about Sour Patch Kids in this video, "World Gone Sour (The Lost Kids)." Why would the man who played "Cheese" on The Wire and starred in Soul Plane rhyme about Sour Patch Kids?
It was captured on film—OK, cell phone—by one of the many contributors to People of Walmart, archive of discount store shoppers with questionable fashion and lifestyle choices. And here it is.
A disagreement over an Xbox Live Indie game has resulted in what may be the ultimate grief, with one gamer sending a SWAT team to another gamer's home after phoning in a bogus murder-suicide 911 call.
Mad Catz, perhaps best known now for its fighting game joysticks and flight sim controllers is getting into the game development game, aiming high with the creation of Thunderhawk Studios. The newly formed studio's focus is... an MMO flight sim.
Remember Gangs of London? You're forgiven if you don't, because it's a 2006 PSP game from Sony's Team SOHO—The Getaway guys!—that very few people actually liked. But one British filmmaker was a fan and has since optioned rights to make a movie based on the game.
More weirdness is coming to Nintendo's DSiWare platform from the people who make Guilty Gear and Blazblue games. Following up on cutesy fighting game spin-off BlayzBloo: Super Melee Brawlers Battle Royale comes Pro Jumper Chimaki's Hot Spring Tour Guilty Gear Tangent!? And just what the hell is that?
Who would want to co-opt Ubisoft's bothersome mascots, the Raving Rabbids? Russian salad maker Belaya Dacha, apparently, who have swiped the leporine mischief makers—or a very, very close approximation—to shill their pre-packaged salad greens.
Why did Sega's beloved and ambitious Shenmue series fail to progress beyond its second game? Because Sega never really promoted one of Shenmue II's most spectacular features: underground duck racing.
Because you demanded it, Namco is finally bringing the 1980 arcade sensation Pac-Man to unscripted television. Think Wipeout (the pratfall-soaked game show) or the Amazing Race, not so much Jersey Shore, for Pac-Man's "reality" TV outing.
Here we go. Jared Lee Loughner, the Tucson man accused of attempting to kill Arizona congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, has been identified as a "big video gamer" by former classmates. Oh, and he really enjoyed reading Mein Kampf.
This is the DEK and it may be the first video game peripheral designed to work with the latest, wildly unpopular Tony Hawk skateboarding and snowboarding games that require dedicated skateboard controllers to play.
Set aside your concerns about Mark Wahlberg portraying PlayStation 3 action hero Nathan Drake in the big screen adaptation of Uncharted: Drake's Fortune, because it doesn't sound like this movie is based on the video game at all.