Video games are more frightening than you realize.
Bless the devotion of these brave game developers.
I used to play video games because they were a fun escape. Now I do it because, well, that's where things get weird and complicated.
Every once in a while, via laziness, sleep deprivation, or just a good ol' fashioned rabid cocaine addiction, game developers throw gamers a curve ball.
Some poor fools still don't respect gamers, and we call those people: Game Developers.
For every kick-ass Batman game, there are hundreds of crappy cash-ins just waiting to con you out of your money.
Bored gamers have discovered some very important answers to bizarre and petty questions.
The reason we think about classic games as being nothing but good, clean fun is that, like all childhood trauma, we've pushed out the truly dark, shocking things that went on in them.
Beneath the rad exterior of these games lies a significantly less rad underbelly.
We dodged a lot of 'what if?' scenarios to get the masterpieces we have today.
Things got weird in these games. Really, really weird.
Prepare to see a bunch of famous games in a whole new, slightly disturbing light.