Google Sure Asks Great Video Game Questions

Google Sure Asks Great Video Game Questions

Google can be a treasure trove of information, both intentional and accidental. But nothing is weirder and more revealing about the world than the crowd-sourced questions that Google autocompletes in your search bar.

Here are just a few of the most popular questions about video game characters (according to Google):

Google Sure Asks Great Video Game Questions
Google Sure Asks Great Video Game Questions
Google Sure Asks Great Video Game Questions
Google Sure Asks Great Video Game Questions
Google Sure Asks Great Video Game Questions
Google Sure Asks Great Video Game Questions
Google Sure Asks Great Video Game Questions

But this isn't over: If you've found a hilarious, weird or disturbing google autocomplete question about a famous video game character, throw them in the comments.


Comments

    Oh man, the popular search options for Samus is just sad.

      Yeah man, the fact that she is at the bottom tier in Smash Bros is devastating

    Why is Luke Punkett...

      I got this.

      http://imgur.com/pim3dEL

        Thanks, Valhalla.

        And yes, Luke does get some shit. But I'm okay with it, because the evidence to support the claims of his lazyness are so conclusive.

        Kotaku 2014 Comment of the Year, calling it now.

    Why is Google ...sending all my information to the American Government?

      They aren't..... The government is taking it.

      I'm hardly a google die hard, but it's important to note that despite their image, they are one of the companies taking active steps to try and stop the NSA's actions affecting their customers.

      http://www.pcauthority.com.au/News/370823,us-tech-giants-win-right-to-disclose-government-spying.aspx

    These google auto-complete articles which pop up from time to time are going to become less and less relevant, seeing as the google auto complete and even the search results are now being customised based on the person entering the term.

    To the point where, it's not a reflection on the entire internet, but rather a reflection of the user currently typing in the search query.

      But what will ever happen to my favourite show, "Google or Gavin"?

    "Why is Psychonauts so....good"

    Well, I'll certainly pay that.

    Why is EA... "so bad" "so greedy" "the worst company" "hated"
    (Results for Activision are sort of similar)
    Why is the Wii U ... "failing" "so bad" "not selling" "so weak"
    Why is Bioware "with ea" "so awesome" "making command and conquer" "down"
    Why is lemmings -> "why is there no lemmings app"
    why is professor layton "ending" "only on 3ds" "so sad" "on 3ds"
    Why are Japanese games "so hard" "so expensive" "so weird" "better"
    Why is the atari "2600 region free" "jaguar really 64 bit" "jaguar failed" "2600 8 bit"

    Bit of a mix there.

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