For some people, the first set of Pokémon designed by Game Freak might as well be the only Pokémon that exist.
Female nudity mods, Fallout 4 already has covered. Male nudity mods are a whole other story, though.
If you’re already a fan of Sex—and there are plenty of you out there—you probably don’t need this review. But if you find yourself on the fence about whether to try this much-heralded, much-argued-over activity, pull up a chair! We’ve got a lot to discuss.
R. Mika has a few work out tips for you. They’re pretty good! They also turn her into an absolute monster.
Nintendo has gone too far. They must be stopped. This cannot stand.
For some people, the internet is like the wild west: a lawless play-pen where they can get away with being an asshole to anyone they’d like. You know—trolling.
Now this is how you tear a room up with an entrance.
In 2009, publisher Electronic Soft released BloodDeath, a blockbuster video game that won 306 “Best In Show” awards at E3 and went on to sell 3.2 million copies worldwide. In 2015, Electronic Soft released BloodDeath’s sequel, BloodDeath: DeathBlood. This is the story of DeathBlood’s path from announcement to release,…
Oh, what a lovely day.
Earlier this week, someone made a cheeky discovery on the Bloodborne game disc. But it turns out, this crack isn’t a first. There are even more asinine jokes. Let’s get to the bottom of this!
Give people the tools to build whatever they want, and they'll probably create amazing technological wonders. Also, dicks.
Human nature dictates that whenever people acquire new tools for visual expression, they'll use them to draw dicks. So when Nintendo revealed that the latest (and, quite possibly greatest)Super Smash Bros.would come with a level editor, was there any doubt about what players would do with it?
As you can see, minor glitches can help NBA 2K15's sideline reporter do really efficient in-game interviews.
It's hard not to get pumped while watching Korean shoutcasters comment League of Legends matches—they're just so freakin' excited! You don't even have to play League of Legends to appreciate the hype.
Scouts said he was too small for the NFL. Well, Titans LB Christian Kirksey sure showed them.
This weekend, ESPN2 aired a preview for the grand finals of Dota 2's The International, the 10 million-dollar tournament for the very popular video game. The move is kind of a big deal—arguably, it grants competitive gaming more mainstream legitimacy. But not everyone was happy to see Dota 2 on ESPN.