YouTuber Riyadh K, who most people will probably have never heard of before, has a viral hit on his hands thanks to his mom agreeing to appear in one of his videos.
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“I guess Myspace is in Juvie…” – YT
Bloodborne is a new video game launching exclusively on the PlayStation 4 this week, and the first reviews suggest it’s well worth playing.
This video shows what gaming website Gamespot thinks of Bloodborne. And despite the slight issues they experienced, it’s fair to say they’re fans of this particular title.
Pixels is a new movie starring Adam Sandler and Kevin James. But don’t let the questionable casting put you off, as this looks like being a spectacular action comedy made for geeks everywhere.
Believe it or not, there are still video stores out there in the wild, plying their trade. Blockbuster may have gone, but the small indie stores are just about managing to break even.
One such store is Vulcan Video, located in Austin, Texas. And to help them add a few customers, Jimmy Kimmel and Matthew McConaughey made some ads for the business.
As a gamer, I find it extremely relaxing to engage in a little bit of hand-to-hand combat on the television. In real life, not so much.
However, this guy wasn’t satisfied merely with playing King Of Fighters from the comfort of his sofa, so he jumped into become a character in his own right.
If you have never played Cards Against Humanity before then you’re in for a treat, as the card game is now available to play online for free.
The online version, which exists as a browser-based Web app is called Cards Against Originality, and the experience of playing it is as close to the original as you could ever hope for.
After teasing it last year, Apple has finally launched the Apple Watch. Apple’s first smartwatch will be available in nine countries from April 24, with multiple models and price points.
How good are your observational skills? Be honest? Most of us like to think we’re very observant, and would easily be able to see a scene changing before our very eyes. But this video may prove otherwise.
Even I, a card-carrying member of the geek fraternity, find the whole idea of unboxing videos slightly ridiculous. Who cares how a gadget is packaged up? The only thing that matters is how it is to use.
This video mocks unboxing videos, with a guy pretending to open an Apple Watch package. He gets a little more than he bargained for, and no new smartwatch to play around with.