The guys from RiffTrax/MST3K (Michael J. Nelson, Kevin Murphy, and Bill Corbett) teamed up with Joystiq to lend their hilarious commentary to some great clips from some of the biggest names in video games. The result? Pure awesomeness.
Tony Hawk’s soundtrack was a revelation at the time it came out. While it was not the first video game to have licensed music, it was arguably the video game with the best use of licensed music. Not only did they feature punk legends like Dead Kennedys and The Vandals, but they introduced kids all […]
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Rob and Ceej are back to bring the pumps back to the bumps with an amazing discussion about the legacy of M.C. Hammer, how they both try to beat the heat, and they try to rate their favorite Baldwin brother. Pauly Shore needs to weasel his way back into our hearts, Rob asks Ceej for […]
OMG. DID YOU SEE WHAT THEY DID WITH THAT NEW GAMEPLAY FEATURE? FPS’S WILL NEVER BE THE SAME. CANNOT WAIT TO RAMPAGE AND PRESTIGE 7 TIMES OVER.
Conan O’Brien stopped by to chat with the design team behind the newest entry in the Halo franchise, Halo 4, to familiarize himself with today’s popular games and to lend his voice to a character in the new game along with his sidekick Andy Richter.
*facepalm* Goddammit Microsoft. This isn’t helping your “better with Kinect” slogan. This is just fucking pathetic.
So yeah… This exists. Apparently the character creation feature in Soul Calibur 5 is pretty in-depth. I still can’t believe there is a tutorial for this. Enjoy.