By now, I’m sure everyone has heard about the bottle of lotion that’s a video game controller. So let’s ignore it and find some other links!
But let’s all pause to marvel at the dude who started a discussion to explain how he uses Gamestop instead of a bank.
You say ”to-may-to,” and I say “to-mah-toe,” but Level 5 says that soccer RPG Inazuma Eleven won’t have a UK release because British fans can’t handle American accents.
When Koji Igarashi says “Zelda as a 2D platformer,” everyone else hears “Metroidvania”
(And for the record, there ain’t nothin’ wrong with a good Metroidvania.)
When job recruiters start writing blog posts using Minecraft metaphors, the shark has been officially jumped.
What could possibly go wrong with this idea?
God forbid, if a horrifying tragedy occurred that involved anything like this technology, I’m sure that news outlets would be restrained and unbiased when discussing whether it was to blame.
Look, people, things like this are going to keep happening for as long as you keep encouraging them. And considering what they put out there, I think it’s time for us to stop encouraging them.
Price hike for Sony Playstation 4 (and games, and peripherals) in Canada can be blamed on the country’s crappy currency.
…and here’s an extra story about a bogus “Cannonball Run” that was totally going to happen in real life until people started asking embarrassing questions.Tweet