The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) is a magical time chock full of fresh new video games, consoles, and a heaping helping of hype. But what happens when the hype train goes off the rails? Below are five examples of marketing going horribly wrong, forever captured on video for your enjoyment
Playing second fiddle to Mario and Link, this bounty hunter is long overdue for a new title. Until we get a new entry in the series, we have fine cosplays like this one to enjoy
If their advertising campaigns are anything to go by, the world of video games and Doritos go together like peanut butter and chocolate. Not content with their rule over Taco Bell, these heavily processed corn chips have fused with gaming once again in the complimentary XBLA title Doritos Crash Course 2
The Resident Evil series has been on a slippery slope for a while now, but the recent Resident Evil: Revelations is a ray of hope for Biohazard fans everywhere. In honor of the recent re-release of this fine title, we take a look at one of the finest Jill Valentine cosplays around
Are the funky beats of Jet Set Radio still ringing in your ears? The GG’s favorite station has been off the air since the early 2000s, but an underground group of music lovers are recapturing the spirit with a custom Internet radio station with tunes worthy of Professor K
Tecmo Koei’s Dead or Alive series of fighters might have solid mechanics, but there’s no denying the gameplay plays second fiddle to its ladies — otherwise we’d have an all-male version of Xtreme Beach Volleyball
Telltale Games has given franchises like Back to the Future and The Walking Dead the video game treatment, but what if King of the Hill got its own point-and-click adventure? Wonder no more: Fox Interactive Media has beaten Telltale to the punch with their own re-creation of Arlen, Texas
Developer Hideo Kojima, always a perfectionist, will be re-re-releasing the Metal Gear Solid series of games in the “definitive” Metal Gear Solid Legacy edition. In honor of this collection of fine games, we take a look at one of the soldiers from Outer Heaven — in cosplay form!
Political correctness runs rampant in gaming today, and I’m not just talking about what the ESRB deems appropriate. It seems as if almost every last hero and heroine must be a deathly serious dual gun-wielding warrior with rechargeable health, lest it wishes to spend some time in the bargain bin with countless other fallen heroes
Keeping with Capcom’s time-honored tradition of re-releasing every single game in their library, Street Fighter IV will be receiving yet another revision later this year through the version 2013 patch
Poker is universal. From the flashiest casino to the tiniest watering hole, this time-tested game can be found the world over. That has not stopped Telltale Games from Doubling Down with Poker Night at the Inventory 2, a new version of their poker series that brings familiar faces and familiar rules to the table. Will this sequel get card sharks to go all-in…again?
The Internet exploded in a sea of hype when Nintendo finally announced a sequel to The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past after 20 years. The titular princess has seen a lot of makeovers in the past two decades, but only one cosplay artist has shown her love for every last one