The latest, and final, game in the Arkham series has been revealed, with Batman once again saving the day. Well, we hope he saves the day, or it’ll be a disappointing end to the series.
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Francis is a fat guy who is sick of being called Cartman. But then he does rather resemble that particular character from South Park.
This video sees Francis get really annoyed with those people who insist on telling him he looks like Cartman. Before he gives them what they want by turning into a real-life Cartman.
I’m a bit ‘over’ Candy Crush, but Bubble Witch Saga definitely has an addictive quality for me…
If you needed a laugh then this video should provide it. Because there’s nothing more likely to make you laugh long and hard than hearing other people laugh out loud.
With the same old franchises trotted out year after year to collective groans from hardcore gamers — Call Of Duty, anyone?! — it’s nice to see new IP being given a chance.
The new IP on show in this video is Titanfall, a first-person shooter than ramps up the action using giant robots manned by the players.
Move over, Flappy Bird, there’s a new indie gaming phenomenon in town. Yes, Goat Simulator is coming. Be afraid, be very afraid.
You’ve probably heard of Flappy Bird by now, as this mobile gaming phenomenon has had lots of press attention of late, and been downloaded millions of times as a result.
It’s an insanely difficult game, which is what makes it so appealing. But what everybody wants to know is how to win at Flappy Bird.
“The Elder Scrolls Online is the most anticipated and largest scale MMORPG since Star Wars: The Old Republic was released in 2011.
You should only watch this if you have played Heavy Rain and know how it ends. Otherwise, spoilers. Also, it probably won’t make sense to those who have no clue what the game is about.
Mario’s power-ups are capable of changing the odds in favor of the Nintendo mascot. Unfortunately, other video game characters are envious of this, and three well-known protagonists decide they want these power-ups for themselves.