Interactive lesson in partisan redistricting or super-fun puzzle game? Actually, it's both.
No labyrinthine, modular dungeon tiles to see here. No, it's just an absolutely perfect game that is so totally perfect that nothing can match up to its perfection.
A while back, someone made a Nintendo emulator that converted 2D art to 3D objects. Now, someone's combined that to make first-person VR Mario, and... we're feeling a little queasy.
To circumvent YouTube's compression, turn your video quality up to 1440 or higher. That way you can watch "Call of Duty" soldiers morph into piles of dogs and eyeballs in crystal-clear HD.
First, you copy the original game, then you smash it into pieces and try to piece it back together with a crappy season pass.
As memes spill out into the larger culture, it's starting to feel like the whole thing has gone too far. Then, something majestic like this happens, and we realize, no, it has not gone far enough. Not at all.
Another step closer to living in the future we've always dreamed of.
Unfortunately, there's no Cluckin' Bell in real life, so Stonie had to get a creative and mish mash together selections from popular chains.
Speedrunning is all about going fast, which can mean shattering world records or performing wild feats. But for many players, speedrunning is less about spectacle and more about self-improvement.
"You can stay indefinitely," says photographer Jingli Wu. "You can even sleep there."
These two gamers decided to run *towards* gunfire off in the distance and were immediately so very glad they did.
Eye-tracking technology is truly remarkable for its ability to turn something enjoyable like video games into something that's very, very stressful.
Created by Sebastian Strand, there’s not a whole lot to say about the project other than it’s lovely bizarre little mash-up of two great things that approximates the culture and aesthetic sensibility of '90s gaming like few things can.
The regulation of an entire burgeoning industry and the interpretation of the Constitution in the digital age could be impacted by the court’s decision in a case inspired by "Pokémon GO".
This short stop-motion tribute to retro gaming is made with the pieces of "Wildlife," a jigsaw puzzle with 33,600 pieces. You don't get more dedicated than this.
The 3DO came out at the cutting edge of home 3D processing and had serious tech to back it up. Its creators were gaming industry luminaries. So why did it fail? Well, price might've had something to do with it...
Esports want so desperately to be considered a legitimate sport, and thus forgiveness doesn't come easy when one of its most notable figures gets caught cheating. But is the current attitude too harsh?
In 2008, a fan with the username OTfor2 issued a challenge to a forum: in Halo 3's Sierra 117 level, get inside a barred-off room. For years, Halo fans tried to nail the stunt, but nobody could complete it... until now.
As professional esports surge in the US, it's little surprise that collegiate esports has been been growing as well. In fact, some gamers are now earning scholarships that pay their entire tuition.
We honestly couldn't tell you what a "Phase-Functioned Neural Network" is, but we can say that what it does here — animating natural walking and climbing motions for a video game character on the fly — is pretty incredible.
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