Over the last few weeks, a YouTube channel has been uploading a Let’s Play of a game called Petscop. On the surface, Petscop appears to be a peppy animal collecting game that was never officially released. Hiding underneath that, though, is a dark and fucked up game that references real-life child killings. Nobody can…
In response to overwhelming pressure from the melanin-less masses who were butt-hurt about the last trailer for the upcoming series Dear White People, Netflix, instead of bowing to the fragile egos of the people who threatened to boycott the streaming service, decided to troll them instead.
Good Smile Company’s Tracer Nendoroid now has some company: this Mei figure, who is cute as a forzen lil’ button.
It’s still April 1st, but this is no joke: Rick and Morty season 3 is here, and you can watch the first episode right now, for a while at least.
Narita Boy is part video game project, part idle day dream. Even its creator isn’t entirely sure what it will become. But the art and energy behind it is undeniable. Like a long forgotten NES cart buried in your grandparents’ basement, Narita Boy insinuates itself in the imagination like a memory of something that…
In 2015 Cartoon Network Games and developer Grumpyface Studios released Steven Universe: Attack the Light, one of the best mobile role-playing games ever. This summer they’re back and on game consoles with Steven Universe: Save the Light.
In Kingsway, Andrew Morrish’s upcoming PC role-playing game, monsters are pop-ups, quests are emails and your backpack is a cluttered file folder. That’s right, it’s an OSRPG.
Generation two is here, and it brings with it a slew of new faces to Pokémon Go.
Ever since they held hands and entered our hearts as “Korrasami” in the Korra series finale, we’ve been dying to see what was next for Republic City’s best couple—and that’s meant waiting forever to see the arrival of Dark Horse’s first-ever Korra comic. Now we’ve got the first pages from the book, and it’s everything…
Having not seen the live-action remake just yet, it’s hard to know what changes Disney has in store for its new Beauty and the Beast film. But in addition to a love of books, a new Belle doll from Hasbro seemingly reveals the character’s newfound love of programming too.
Right now, you can spend $30 and receive $600 worth of video games, books and comics in return, with 100% of the money going to organisations cleaning up the mess left after President Trump’s (stalled) attempt at immigration bans.
I now want to make some HYDRA brand merchandise.
There is a prophecy. It says that, once every couple months or so, a new early access survival game will rise to the top of the charts on Steam. Though commoners will decry it as “janky AF,” no mortal force will stop its ascent. Anyway, Conan Exiles says hi.
The United States of America is being run by a cabal of fat racists who sundown at all hours of the day. This state of affairs has left us with precious few things to laugh at, but one of those things is the internet’s dedication to making fun of White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, who looks like he knows how…
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Yesterday, I posted about a Fallout 4 mod that uses a complex, intertwining network of, er, kitties to make radios work. Turns out, game development is full of stories like that. World of Warcraft, for instance, is overrun with ghost bunnies.
I sense a spinoff coming!
Donald Trump’s inauguration as the 45th president of the United States was an appropriately staid and stately affair. The inauguration party in virtual world Second Life was much more colorful.
Dead Cells is Castlevania meets permadeath. You explore an interconnected castle that sprawls and shifts like those stairs in Harry Potter, except evil. Death, however, replaces backtracking, and each death will unlock more of the world. Combat is Souls-inspired. It’s on Steam Greenlight right now.