Much bigger than what we saw on Conan O’Brian, this in real life set-up also features far more impressive exploding pigs.
At long last, L.A. Noire is finally here. Oh, and two other notable releases you may want to investigate in.
Listen up, emo kids. Alice’s world through the looking glass is looking creepier than ever and shaping up to be a fantastically spooky good time in this sequel to the PC version from way back in 2000.
One man shows us that he has way too much time on his hands and no girlfriend by acting out 50 of the worst video game voices. Still, it’s pretty entertaining stuff, nevertheless.
Check the Internet to find out how you too can play this unholy (yet rather logical) union of two great games.
Looks a lot like Burnout, but might the new direction of the franchise. So long as there’s at least one Tokyo track, and Reiko Nagase, I’ll be happy.
Hopefully you didn’t toss aside that goofy pre-order toy, cuz there’s a way to make this thing actually work! Somewhat. If you like popping balloons that is.
That same insanely great Portal player from before is back when maneuvers so awesome that you won’t know what’s happening half the time.
It’s easy to want to point and laugh at the guy, but after awhile you realize that he’s being totally heartfelt with his sentiments. And kinda has a point.
The latest trailer for the 3DS’s next big thing will make you go once again: wow, a handheld’s really pumping out such graphics?! June can’t get here soon enough.