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Considerably better than what aired for Final Fantasy 2, but still loaded with early-90s kitsch, the claymation Final Fantasy 3 (US) commercial featured Mog auditioning potential baddies for the game.
I’m not the type to fully appreciate the complexity of all the mathematical scientificalities at work here. I can, however, appreciate a good old-fashioned unexpected laugh, which this demonstration has in spades.
And by “big screen”, we mean the massive display at AT&T Stadium.
In this edition of Coco’s “Clueless Gamer”, Conan plays some PS4 on one of the biggest (and probably laggiest) setups the world has ever known. Watching him play video games is kind of like watching grandpa pick up a controller, if grandpa was really funny.
Who knew Conan was such a fierce flowchart Ken, though?
Check out this crazy video of Mike Tyson footage combined with Street Fighter’s Balrog sounds. Man, that boy can bash. Having watched this, I feel like I understand Mike a little better – I have a newfound appreciation for his skills in the art of punchiness. Wow.
So, who’s excited for Dark Souls II? Oh, that’s right – everybody. At least, everyone should be. While this new trailer only serves to tell us what we already supposed (you will die a thousand deaths, this time in a new land!), it does herald the soon-to-be release date, which is excitement enough for those of us waiting to lose our souls once more.
March 11 for North America, in case you were wondering.
Not what you’d expect from something called “Console Wars”. On the contrary, this is clever, likable, and noticeably devoid of butthurt dwellers. Tom Jackson (aka liltommyj) arranged this quirky little song using the sounds of everyday gaming.
What, you mean you don’t religiously palm rub your PS3 with unbridled vigor? I thought I knew you, man.
Is it that time already? Anita Sarkeesian of Feminist Frequency has just belted out the most recent in her ‘Tropes vs. Women in Video Games‘ series, this time detailing the “Ms. Male” trope: Female game characters defined primarily by their socially derivative contrast to pre-existing male counterparts. Enjoy!