In the world of Sanctuary, after every battle, whether it be against lowly Fallen or the Lord of Terror himself, you will find that warriors will pause, they will just stand there in the middle of the bloodbath.
We here in the U.S. might have had Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots when we were kids, but in Japan back in 1979, they had a little game called Pokapon. Instead of knocking off your opponent’s block like in Rock ‘Em Sock’ Em, the objective of Pokapon was to beat your friend senseless until their wig flies off their head.
YouTube user/Xbox player/Jimmy Fallon soundalike Sina117 was busy playing a video game when suddenly he heard thumping, crashing beats. The sound wasn’t coming from the game; he realized that it was his washing machine. Now I’m sure you’ve heard dryers and washing machines make sounds – knocking or metallic noises or even rumbles – when the load is unbalanced, but this washing machine wasn’t making a sound, It was making music.
deviantART member EatToast made a series of Pokémon sculptures for this year’s Otakon. She calls them Ugly Pokémon, because they are ugly Pokémon. I mean, if I was Ash and I had to catch these…these things, I’d rather use my bare fists and fight the monsters myself than keep some as companions.
Before I spread the good news, a little bit of Warcraft geography: at the center of the world of Warcraft (I’m talking about the place, not the game) is a gigantic rift, “a tumultuous storm of tidal fury and chaotic energies” known as the Maelstrom.
Microsoft’s Kinect is a highly advanced controller, capable of detecting and tracking the whole human body (as long as players are not sitting and/or Asian models in swimsuits).
But if you think that’s impressive, wait ’til you see what the Kinect Four can do.
With the release of the first installment StarCraft II, the Terrans, Protoss and Zerg armies will wage war once again – not that they’ve stopped waging wars since the first game – controlled by virtual commanders-in-chief – the fast-clicking, resource managing and trash talking gamer.
There’s been a story floating around the news lately about a guy dressed as Darth Vader robbed a bank in New York. Now it turns out Darth has been seen perpetrating all sorts of nasty business in keeping with his whole “Evil Empire” thing.
I am willing to bet that growing up your dad thought it was funny to rip a smelly fart when you were sitting nearby. If you have someone living in your home that likes cut the cheese, you might want to play a trick on them this remote control that changes to random channels when they pass gas.