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This, friends, is the inspirational tale of an objectively terrible idea that only got worse ... until the finished product changed the world.
The scariest video game moments ever aren't in horror games.
We have unfortunately seen the horror lurking beneath the surface of your favorite video games, and now we pass the curse to you.
There's a line where a filmmaker goes from 'following the same formula' to 'remaking his own friggin' movie.'
If the purpose of a video game commercial is to deeply terrify your young fan base so profoundly that they wouldn't dare forget your product, the creators of the following doses of nightmare elixir succeeded brilliantly.
In the face of relentless pressure to keep coming up with new supervillains, publishers wound up greenlighting ideas that really should have screamed 'bad idea' at the doodle stage.
Developers go through the trouble of creating a frighteningly elaborate Easter egg knowing that only a select few will forever be changed by it..
With all of reality available to warp and twist into whatever shape we like, some people prefer to use video games to do the most boring stuff possible.
Every respectable superhero must have a secret identity, because there's nothing more heroic than lying to everyone you know.
Oddly specific parallels arise between this eight-year-old comic book arc and the ridiculous, disconcerting mess we now call a reality.
There was a lot of pizza being eaten during this extremely scientific study.
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?
Please join me as I break out my original Game Boy and experience magical video game adventures.
Who knew Smash Bros. and History would be such an amazing mash-up?
Back in 2001, my 15-year-old self and some friends trolled a previous version of Cracked.com so hard that the editors almost went mad.
Many of the coolest parts in recent movies come from a small group of comic creators and writers who were compensated with cosmos-sized middle fingers.