Writing video games is weird. You have to put together a plot, but you can't let it get in the way of the player shooting 12,000 zombies. It's a balancing act that's produced lots of beloved stories.
Some programmers took easter eggs to Ark of the friggin' Covenant levels.
A console that combines games would literally be the greatest invention ever.
If a huge combination of super convoluted B.S. is done in Silent Hill 2 your reward is a weapon that kills you. Congrats, buddy.
Recreating 'Angry Birds' requires pumpkins instead of birds, because a) PETA, probably, and b) pumpkins tend to explode better than birds.
Sometimes we'll hear a grandparent being like, 'You sit down and you stay there! You stole my money!'
I've spent many, many years of my life wasting dudes (mostly) in video games. So I've naturally developed some pretty reliable instincts about the best ways to go about this wasting.
What essential lessons can we learn by forcing Mario to die repeatedly in the same ways humans do? Will the code to becoming a Highlander be unlocked?
Buying video games is a skill. At least, it is now.
If we didn't get a new CoD or Assassin's Creed this year, we'd take it as an omen of Ragnarok. Which is why it's all the more tragic that we won't be getting these.
Someone needs to put the
Like a teenager caught red-handed, video game companies are conjuring increasingly stupid reasons for the lewder conduct of their products.
If you're a bitter sports fan, sometimes your only avenue for recourse is in the code of your video game.
Leave it to Nintendo to stick unrelenting horror into otherwise cute video games.