Remember This?

Man, I thought Friday’s image might be the one that sealed the deal on an epic Remember This. But sadly none of you could guess it correctly. It was Def Jam: Fight For NY. I want to give a shout out to jaded_buddha who cam extremely close by guessing its predecessor Def Jam: Vendetta.


'90s Sonic The Hedgehog CDs Were Pretty Sexual

Like most people in life, I listened to a lot of questionable music when I was younger. But my weird musical tastes don’t hold a candle to the stuff Sonic the Hedgehog was listening to in the ’90s.


Remember This?

That’s two days in a row you’ve struggled with this Remember This. I have a feeling this might be the image to put you over the edge!


Remember This?

Alrighty. No-one guessed yesterday’s Remember This, which makes sense because the screenshot I used was extremely vague. Looks like you all need a second super vague screenshot!


Remember This?

Well I was right. It took two minutes for themikky to correctly guess that yesterday’s Remember This was Escape From Monkey Island. Goddammit! I knew it was too easy.


Man Plays Mario 64 On The Oculus Rift, Dressed As Mario

This is about as weird and meta (and awesome) as it gets.


Remember This?

Congrats to everyone who guessed yesterday’s Remember This, in particular fleeble, who got it first. Yesterday’s game was Stuntman on the PS2. My brother played this game to death and I thought it was hot garbage.


16 Things You Might Not Know About Killer Instinct

Did you know Donkey Kong Country was instrumental in the development of Rare fighting game Killer Instinct, or that female fighter Orchid was once simply called “Wanda”? You do now, and there’s more where that came from.


Remember This?

Congrats to the_foreigner who correctly guessed that Friday’s Remember This was Advent Rising. Nice job dude.


Real Life Cars That Look Like They're Straight Out Of Fallout

Sure, the Fallout games have let players command a few cars before. But none of them are nearly as cool as the cars showcased during Wasteland Weekend, a festival dedicated to the post-apocalypse.