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Viral video: Pokémon Go, Justin Timberlake and Cumberbatch's Sherlock

A cheeky look at the Pikachu phenomenon, JT meets his match on the golf course and the BBC detective returns If the Pokémon Go craze has taken over your life, take a break from running around and trying to catch Squirtle, Charmander and Co, and watch our honest trailer which lifts the lid on the game. Show More Summary

Is there violence? Is there murder? Listen to Werner Herzog say Pokemon

In an interview on The Verge with the very-good Emily Yoshida, director Werner Herzog talks his new film, Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World, spinning into all sorts of technology talk. We share the same opinion on virtual reality, for example. "You have this... Show More Summary

Sink it and drink it: Folks are playing beer pong in Halo 5

Beer pong. It's an innocent party game that is sometimes turned not-innocent by idiots with hyper-competitive tendencies and lack of perspective. It's also the subject of many bad songs. Now, it's in Halo 5 too. Making use of Halo 5's Forge mode, user AFTM Reclaimer made beer pong based on a Grifball variant. Show More Summary

Fan buys leaked copy of No Man's Sky and publishes gameplay videos online

Reddit user 'Daymeeuhn' claims he paid $2,000 for a leaked copy of No Man's Sky up for sale on eBay, and posted gameplay videos to Daily Motion as proof (via GameSpot). No Man's Sky is scheduled to launch on PS4 on August 9—with the PC version following a few days later—but Daymeeuhn wasn't willing to wait less than two weeks to play early. Show More Summary

You can glitch between levels in this Overwatch map

Overwatch's Nepal map is made up of three distinct stages, with each round taking place on a different one. You may have noticed there's no additional loading screen as the game transitions between each of these rounds and this, it turns out, is because all three stages actually exist on the very same map. Show More Summary

Now it's Magikarp's turn to get an amazing song

Yeah yeah yeah your Pokémon's CP might be through the roof, but have they got rhythm. The official Japanese Pokémon has come good once again, delivering an amazingly heartfelt, stirring and emotional ditty that's all about why Magikarp is the absolute greatest. Show More Summary

The System Shock remake Kickstarter was successful, so it's getting some extra stuff

It's time to again check in on the crowdfunding campaign for the System Shock remake. Last we heard, a PlayStation 4 version was confirmed right around the $1.1 million mark. At that point, the game had already been successfully funded,...Show More Summary

Yooka-Laylee Toybox codes sent to Kickstarter backers – here’s a complete playthrough of it

Yooka-Laylee backers who chose tiers on Kickstarter which included the Toybox or Toybox+ should be receiving codes today. If you aren’t familiar with it, Toybox is s self-contained, spoiler-free sandbox trial which gives Yooka-Laylee backers “a taste of the platforming to come in the final game.” Arekkz was one of the backers who received his […]

Level-5's 3DS puzzle series is back with 'Lady Layton'

It's been awhile since Professor Layton has graced the 3DS with a puzzle-filled adventure, but the famous detective is finally back. Sort of. Level-5 has announced that the next game in its long-running puzzle series will star not Hershel Layton himself, but Catriel Layton -- the original character's daughter. Show More Summary

New Feminist Frequency video dissects 'Women are too hard to animate'

After shifting its schedule to release shorter, more rapid entries in its series Tropes vs. Women in Video Games earlier this year, the cultural criticism web channel Feminist Frequency posted its latest episode today. It tackles the excuse game studios have given when they don't include female playable characters: that women are too hard to animate. Show More Summary

What Nintendo's Offices Looked Like In The 90s

If you’ve ever wondered what Nintendo’s offices looked like back in the Super Nintendo days, check out this French documentary, released in 1994 and uncovered recently by the YouTube channel Game Escape (h/t Dan Owsen). Read more...

Watch Dark Souls' Undead Asylum recreated in LittleBigPlanet 3

Dedicated Dark Souls fan and YouTuber Katapultoffel has recreated the opening level of From Software's classic action-RPG in LittleBigPlanet 3. The above video is shockingly thorough with an incredible cover of the Great Grey Wolf Theme followed by a recreation of the opening cinematic with text offering the elliptic narration. Show More Summary

Apple Reports Another Decline in iPhone Sales, Stock Rallies Anyway

Peak Apple? Probably not yet. The Apple Inc. third quarter earnings release reported another year over year decline in earnings and revenues after the closing bell today. The company posted quarterly revenue of $42.4 billion and quarterly net income of $7.8 billion, or $1.42 per diluted share. Show More Summary

Vince, Steph, and Shane McMahon are all playable in WWE 2K17

The net value of WWE 2K17's roster just increased by a lot. WWE owner Vince McMahon and his two children, Shane and Stephanie, have all been added to the game as playable characters. Shane's entrance music puts it best: Here comes the money. Steph first broke the news via Twitter, and IGN followed up as part of an on-going exclusive reveal series. Show More Summary

PhD student uses a robot to make VR feel more real

Between the HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift, we've come a long way towards being able to step in to virtual worlds -- but touching those false realities is a different matter. Solving this means finding a haptic technology that can adapt to needs of a constantly changing virtual environment. One PhD student's solution? Use a robot arm. Source: Digital Trends, YouTube

The opening logo movie for Kojima's new studio is typically overblown

Hideo Kojima is still very much on his world tour, it seems, and having only recently sampled the breakfasts of Brighton (a woeful hash brown, some miserable button mushrooms and a tiny little sausage - come on Brighton, we can do better...Show More Summary

See things from Geralt’s perspective in The Witcher 3 first-person mod

The Witcher 3, now with two fewer people in its perspective. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is pretty absorbing, but for extra immersion value you can’t beat first-person view. Enter the mod community: check out the footage of a player-built first-person mode above. Naturally one of your first thoughts on seeing this is virtual reality […]

Old Man's Journey is more attractive than 99% of young men's video games

It wasn't long ago that Sup Holmes featured Felix Bohatsch from Broken Rules discussing his work on And Yet It Moves, some fun video games about birds, and the upcoming title Old Man's Journey. Strangely enough, Sup Holmes is comingShow More Summary

Ben Heck powers on the Nintendo PlayStation's CD drive

When we got our hands on the legendary "Nintendo PlayStation" prototype last November, the device worked fine as a Sony-branded SNES console sans audio, whereas its CD drive -- the part that eventually led to the birth of the PlayStation -- failed to be recognized by the system. Show More Summary

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