Valve has kicked off yet another of its famous sales, this time with a choose your own adventure twist.
Dracula seeks out Frankenstein's Monster to harvest his seed and give life to his own brood of winged demons in Stephen Sommers' idiotic adventure film, Van Helsing, from 2004. Why is this your favorite interpretation of Frankenstein's Monster?
I used to skip Sunday school every weekend I could to watch poorly localized episodes of Tekkaman and Robotech and hang out in my pajamas. I loved them, but even at the time something seemed off about them, stilted dialog and confusing transitions between scenes hinted at something lost in translation. Show More Summary
You like the funny? I like the funny. But it must be the smart funny. A quarter century ago, wry performance artist Laurie Anderson sang, "I'd rewrite the Book of Love; I'd make it funny" -- and while we're still waiting for that tome (suggesting which way the wind is blowing, Ms. Show More Summary
What I love most about games as a medium is that they can take you to a world you've never seen and let you discover it on your own. At Insomniac, inventing new worlds is probably the best part of our job. You might have been inside one of them before. Show More Summary
One Page by Machmigo They say the best way to start a trip is with the first step, and the same can be said about writing the story of your life- it all begins with one page. The first page is always the hardest, as our minds struggle...Show More Summary
Danielle Cutler Whether going after grayling on the Gallatin or casting for coho on the Kanektok, astute anglers know that the right set-up is key to success. From rod and reel to nipper and net, the following fly-fishing finds from Robb Gear are A-List accoutrements if a river runs through your bucket list.
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They say that when a great athlete is “in the zone,” time slows down and they suddenly have the clarity to make the right decision at the right time. I’m guessing it works like that for high-level competitive gamers, too, though based...Show More Summary
When Twitter announced that it would allow users to create two-question polls, the news was met with the usual groaning aversion (remember the star-to-heart debacle?). Sarcastic and nonsensical uses of the new tool cropped up acrossShow More Summary
The thing that really sets Momoka apart from those other games and gives it its own feel is when you first get the keys to your very own rocket ship. From there you can blast off and explore an entire solar system of tiny planets that, when you land on them and are exploring on foot, actually feel quite expansive. Show More Summary
Hey you! Yes you. Play Bloodborne. It’s great. Oh. Okay. You don’t want to play Bloodborne. Why not play this super cool ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ version of Bloodborne instead? More »
Thanks for sharing this adventure, Diane. Why don't you start your own blog and we'll see Norway from your eyes. That'd be thrill, Right, Renny? :-)
Dungeons & Dragons has been the world's most popular roleplaying game for over forty years now, and yet, in all that time, there has never been an officially published adventure featuring an entire dungeon made of Gelatinous Cubes. It's...Show More Summary
The future looks dim for film-style storytelling as more games enable you to plot your own adventures For a while, the trajectory of video games curved toward cinema. Technology’s advance allowed characters and scenes that were previously...Show More Summary
Another exciting installment in the Choose Your Own Adventure series that is Ben Carson’s fascinating whoa-if-true (but probably not true) life story! According to reliable source Ben Carson, in 2014 — long before Republicans forced Speaker John Boehner to quit his job, leaving the Grand Ol’ Party in a disarrayed panicked puddle of its own tears, countless millions of Boehner
Creepy, cool or creepy-cool? Buy a tiny version of your head to fit onto a Lego minifig, and become the star of your own plastic-brick adventures.
"The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity. The fears are paper tigers. You can do anything you decide to do. You can act to change and control your life; and the procedure, the process is its own reward. Show More Summary
The board game equivalent of Choose Your Own Adventure books. Or Edge of Tomorrow. T.I.M.E. Stories is about time-traveling agents solving mysterious and exciting cases. If you die or run out of time, try again, armed with the knowledge from your previous run.
Your bedtime ritual just got a little more NSFW. French startup E.Sensory is introducing Little Bird, a vibrator connected to erotic literature; it’s synchronized via Bluetooth to an e-reading app. The company is showcasing the device...Show More Summary