There are easier ways to kill a colonial British solider than flipping over a bunch of rocks, but it just doesn’t look nearly as cool.
Some seriously intense fans took the time to make a live action version of the entire opening sequence of the Simpsons, and it doesn’t disappoint.
Ronnie Shalvis gives us some acrobatic action in the spirit of Assassin’s Creed in this amazing parkour video.
Street Fighter turned a quarter century this year and during the anniversary panel at Comic Con it was announced the franchise would spawn a live action series.
If video games were real, the bad guys would be getting the short end of the joystick.
Star Wars gets the ultimate breakup song, a Dark Knight dumbass invades the streets on London, and there may be something about a pimp on a treadmill. We’ve got this week’s top comedy videos from the deepest depths of the Internet.
What does an average day in the life Max Payne look like? Mostly grieving over the death of loved ones and diving in slow motion.
Corridor Digital follows up last year’s Minecraft: The Last Minecart with Diamonds are Forever. No James Bond cameos but their is plenty of cardboard action and a cool German Shepard.
You never know what kind of roommate you’re going to get off Craigslist, and Max Payne is a total buzzkill. Seriously, does the guy have to brood about his wife and kid 24/7?
One can enjoy video games by simply playing them, but some really go the extra mile in an effort to achieve Youtube fame. These are the top gaming tributes of 2011.