They did it for the PlayStation 4, so it’s only fair they whip something up for the Xbox One. Here’s the entire Xbox One (it’ll be a while before that doesn’t sound weird) reveal event distilled into an itty bitty video sure to inspire laughs aplenty. Xbox, go home! You’re scaring the house guests.
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Max Gleason, aka Smooth McGroove, puts his talent to the task once more to produce something truly magical. We’re not talking about the beard, folks, though we could at length. No, we’re talking about his wicked ability to render recognizable gaming music in fantastic acapella. This time he tackles one of the crown jewels of classic gaming music, the Moon Theme from 1989′s DuckTales. Just one listen and you won’t be able to get this out of your head for days.
Look for the HD remaster of DuckTales to hit Xbox Live, the PlayStation Network, and the WiiU eShop this summer!
Imagine for a second that Nirn undergoes a sudden and inexplicable axial shift, causing the continent of Tamriel to become all jacked-up as Skyrim heats up into a steamy paradise. That’s what this mod is all about, and it shore do look purty.
Modify your game with Tropical Skyrim today, and say goodbye to snow, ice, and arboreal woodlands forever!
Tropical Skyrim — A Climate Overhaul [nexusmods]
But we wouldn’t blame anyone for thinking it was the real deal. This expertly executed fan-made teaser for the PS4 is not an official shred of Sony propoganda, but damn if it isn’t better than half the crap they ever kicked out for the PS3.
You know, the Dark Souls games (Demon’s Souls included) have this weird veneer to them. To the uninitiated, the games can appear a little humdrum or even generic. This trailer doesn’t try very hard to get you pumped; it looks like some pretty standard medieval fare.
But the mere promise of a new Dark Souls game – for those of us who’ve endulged and struggled with the first two – is all it takes to get you ridiculously excited, not to mention discretely terrified. In any other game, a flock of flying dragons probably wouldn’t be much cause for alarm. In Dark Souls, it’s the harbinger of cardiac arrest.
Created by Andrew Butterworth, this fantastic relic from the year 20XX contains a nifty, holographic message from Dr. Light to Mega Man X. Suffice it to say, some part of X’s anatomy is about to see a game-changing upgrade. [insert reproductive organ joke here]
Mega Man Light Capsule Hologram Replica [r/gaming]
Clearly inspired by Mike Mika’s recent Donkey Kong hack, here we have the next in what seems to be a developing trend in classic video game role reversals. In this revamped version of the Legend of Zelda, Princess Zelda quests long and hard through Hyrule to rescue Link from the evil clutches of Ganon.
Read more about the project and how to get the patch at Kenna’s blog.