We've all seen speedruns of popular series like Zelda or Mario, but thanks to Speedrun World Records, you can now watch a world record run from a random game with the push of a button. I'm a huge proponent of wasting time, so I've also prepared this list of the ten most interesting speedruns I've come across.
Me (Tim Rogers) and Stephen Totilo played Inti Creates's new Mega Man-like retro shooting platform action game Mighty Gunvolt Burst yesterday on a live-stream.
Indoor amusement park J-World Tokyo is rolling out a new Dragon Ball themed "virtual roller coaster" called "Zenkai Flying Nimbus."
There are certain comic book characters whose characterisations are so canonically static that it becomes difficult to imagine them ever changing in a significant way. Take Galactus for example. Since he was first introduced in Fantastic Four #48, he's has done little else than threaten to devour planets.
It's not a trick question. Based on various depictions of the Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters, Professor X — a paraplegic mutant telepath with a supposedly genius-level intellect — somehow forgot to add wheelchair ramps to his own home. So we asked artists who have worked on X-Men titles over the years how the franchise's patriarch leaves his own house.
In 2003, when Second Life launched, all it took was a few customisation bars and the promise of infinite possibility to get users hooked on the idea of a virtual reality. Now, in 2017, our standards are a bit higher. "Immersion" isn't as easy to sell with a microphone, an avatar and some content creation software. Sansar, made by Second Life creator Linden Lab, is striving to meet 2017's standards — even if it may be getting ahead of itself.
Hideo Kojima is famous for being the driving force behind games such as Metal Gear and Snatcher. But today, we're going to talk about another of his games: Boktai, a quirky little Game Boy Advance title that asked the player to go outside and get some sun.
As you're no doubt already aware, Ubisoft showed off a trailer for Beyond Good & Evil 2 at E3. No gameplay footage was shown, leaving most of us wondering what the hell this video game would actually look like in the flesh.
In this video Creative Director Michel Ancel answers some of those questions.