Samurai Guitarist Performs Multitrack Cover of Super Mario World with Sound Effects [Video]

Watch as Canadian musician Steve-san Onotera (Also known as “The Samurai Guitarist” on Youtube) performs an amazing cover of the Super Mario World soundtrack, complete with live sound effects created by his guitar. There are plenty of Super mario covers online, but it’s not every day that we hear one that is that good, so […]

Pokémon Sun Versus Pokémon Moon: Which To Buy and Why?

Oh man, very few moral quandaries are quite as daunting in the geek movement than the moment when two Pokemon games drop at the same time (like Silver and Gold, Nickel and Aluminum editions and so on) and it is up to you as the geek to CHOOSE only one. BUT WHICH ONE? No matter […]

Unboxing Jim Henson’s Labyrinth: The Board Game [Video]

Since the day River Horse announced that they would be releasing a Labyrinth board game based on Jim Henson’s movie of the same name, you guys have shown more than passing interest about it, and now that the game is finally out, I figured you might all appreciate to see what the game actually looks […]

Star Wars Clue is a 3D version of the Original Game With a Twist

It’s the Clue game transported to the world of Star Wars. In this game, it’s a period of civil war, and players have managed to sneak onto the Empire’s ultimate weapon, the Death Star! Be the first player to find out which planet Darth Vader plans to destroy next, which room the Death Star plans […]

German Gaming in a Nutshell [Comic]

For those who are wondering, yes, these are all real games: –Woodcutter Simulator –Street Cleaning Simulator –Crane Simulator –Forklift Truck Simulator –Flughafen-Feuerwehr-Simulator –Farming Simulator –Construction Simulator I also have two German friends, and they’re both obsessed with train simulators. Can anyone among you enlight us on why people from Germany like simulators so much?

Dungeons & Dragons Enters Toy Hall of Fame

Dungeons & Dragons, which was originally designed by Gary Gygax (1938-2008) and Dave Arneson and first published in 1974, has finally earned its place in the National Toy Hall of Fame. It beat out a diverse set of nominees including Care Bears and bubble wrap. The Hall is housed at the Strong museum in Rochester, […]

Monkey Island Main Theme Cover by Banjo Guy Ollie #monkeyisland

From Banjo Guy Ollie: Monkey Island, like Dune is a game I first discovered and played on my old #Amiga and eventually replayed on my dad’s PC… and on my own again with the HD remake. BUT, man, has this theme been stuck in my head for months (years!) now. I’ve been meaning to cover […]

Black Mirror Season 3 Episode 2: Playtest (Spoiler Free) Review

So if you have seen the most recent season of Black Mirror on Netflix than you know, it is some other level stuff. Though this (formerly British and now Netflix produced) show has always been well ahead of the curve on the way it views technology and how much this tech is separating us from […]

Robot Solves Rubik’s Cube in 0.637 Seconds [Video]

From Infineon Technologies: Infineon chips helped breaking the current Rubik’s Cube machine world record of 0.89 seconds – the new world record set by our Sub1 high performance robot counts 0.637 seconds. As the process went on very fast and was thus hard to catch by the human eye, here is a slow motion video […]

Resident Evil 7: Biohazard – Vol. 10 “Aunt Rhody”

I will admit, I am utterly obsessed with Resident Evil 7 and the little teaser trailers it has been dropping steadily over the last few weeks have been whetting my appetite even more. We are up to volume ten now, creepily titled Aunt Rhody, and though it offers little in terms of what the game […]

Oculus Rift To Work With Cheaper PCs

Oculus Rift will now run on lower-spec computers thanks to a feature the company dubs asynchronous spacewarp. It will mean a slightly less impressive experience is available on much cheaper machines. One of the big drawbacks of the virtual reality system was that not only does the headset cost $600, but the original minimum specs […]

When Double Jumping Goes Too Far [Video]

Ah double jumping, what would we do without it, especially in video games? Double jumping is a common game mechanic that allows players to jump for a second time whilst still in mid air. But what about double jumping in real life? You might think being able to jump twice might be a useful skill, […]