Kisarazu’s warbird packs a devastating payload of heart-seeking missiles.Tweet
Nintendo has always been a risk-taker when it comes to their controllers, something this video catalogs beautifully. A PlayStation or Xbox version of this would be pretty boring by comparison.Tweet
Hey, I love Minecraft as much as the next kid, but this shit is funny.
Smosh Games puts Minecraft to the flames in their latest from the Honest Game Trailers series, poking fun at all its ridiculous quirks with lethal levels of hilarity.Tweet
They say a picture speaks a thousand words. Sometimes, though, those pictures have words. Sometimes those words have meanings that, when translated from Japanese to English, are unintentionally funny.
This screen from LINE Dozer is one of those times.Tweet
Perhaps the only game that makes me want a PS Vita, Ys: Memories of Celceta continues the series’ grand tradition of rocking out with Falcom Sound Team’s blistering music.Tweet
Rejoice, misers and cheap asses, as the Humble Daily Bundle makes its triumphant return under the “Flash Bundle” moniker over on the Humble Bundle site. This puts their adjective squarely in line with Steam’s Flash Sales for that added sense of urgency.
The first Flash Bundle is a Re-Bundle of the Codemasters Weekly Bundle that went on sale at the end of January. Pay what you want, and you’ll get Overlord, Overlord: Raising Hell DLC, two Operation: Flashpoint games, and Rise of the Argonauts for a pittance. Pony up six bucks or more, and you’ll also receive DiRT Showdown, DiRT 3, and Overlord II. Each game also comes with Steam keys because idiots like me are obsessed with Steam Levels and card-collecting.
The Overlord games sold the package to me in all its wannabe Pikmin glory. DiRT 3, however, is the best received of the bunch with an 86 overall on Metacritic. Regardless, it’s hard to argue with such a great deal especially if you love backlog.
Head on over and pick up the Humble Bundle Flash Bundle today. While you’re there, maybe you should check out the last day of the DRM-free sale in the Humble Store or the awesome Humble 2K Bundle while it lasts.
New Flash Bundles should go up every Monday and last just 24 hours. Act fast because, like Wally West, they’ll be gone in a Flash.
What? Barry Allen’s been back from the dead for years? How the… why? Why, Geoff Johns? WHY?!Tweet