Making movies from video games is always a tricky business, so it doesn’t take a lot to trounce the Mortal Kombat films.
Which is exactly what Screen Junkies Honest Trailers series does here, laying hilarious waste to the travesties that were Mortal Kombat and Mortal Kombat: Annihilation.
There could be no greater showcase for a battle simulator video game than this, which shows 11,000 Penguins fight 4,000 Santas.
It was put out by Epic Battle Simulator and features a brutal and bloody festive-themed battle to the death—and it’s all kinds of awesome.
For those who grew up playing the Super Nintendo, Super Mario World was one of the best games on the entire 16-bit system.
As such a lot of time was spent playing it and listening to its soundtrack—so prepare to take a trip down memory lane with musician Steve Onotera, aka ‘Samurai Guitarist,’ as he performs covers of the theme music and sound effects.
Swiss pro skateboarder Jonny Giger has started a new web series and this is the first episode, where he attempts to do Tony Hawks tricks.
But not just any Tony Hawks tricks, but the special tricks from the video games—anyone who remembers them fondly will enjoy seeing Giger try to tackle these challenging tricks. In this video he attempts the first five.
We all get frustrated playing video games, especially when the game lags or the controller doesn’t work and it forces you to start screaming like a spoilt brat.
But, Anthony Carboni points out in the video above that it isn’t the game or the controller’s fault, it’s your brains fault for being crap at video games.
When the kids aren’t staring into their phones and playing Pokemon Go, it seems they’re making Vines about playing Pokemon Go.
And they’re making A LOT of them, but don’t worry you don’t need to go searching them out because they’ve been handily curated together in this compilation.
If you’ve never seen someone play Tetris at “Ludicous Speed” before, it truly is a sight to behold.
Sure, his virginity is probably here to stay but you can’t deny that the man has some serious talent with virtual blocks.
No matter how advanced the technology or how great the graphics, video games still have glitches.
Rob Flis from Screen Rant looks over some of the more hilarious and trippy ones found in both contemporary and classic video games, including Assassin’s Creed: Unity, Minecraft, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, and many more.