In tribute to Blizzard Artist Kevin "Kanai" Griffith -- who passed away due to cancer last year -- the Diablo team is introducing a new item.
Natural Selection 2 players are getting an all new free map, available via Steam.
PlayerPiano is back with another videogame themed arrangement. This time, pianist Sonya Belousova is playing a Mario Bros. medley in honor of Iwata.
Do you even lift bro?
Tetris grandmaster SQR blows away Ultra-Hard mode.
SplatterCat Gaming tests out the demo of a Kickstarter Game created by a teacher filled with spite.
Check out the official trailer for the upcoming Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare - Reckoning DLC.
If you've ever looked at Smash Bros. and thought to yourself, "This would be great in first person," think again.
Cosplay music video geniuses Sneaky Zebra are back with another awesome video featuring the cosplay of London Film and Comic Con.
PewDiePie tries out 27 different ways to rid himself of his jerk, dog-hating neighbor in the indie game Whack Your Neighbour.
The Bilgewater event is live in League of Legends and with it comes plenty of pirate awesomeness, including a new featured game mode and an all-new ARAM map!
Imagine you take Rocket League and replace cars with Nagas and Elementals from World of Warcraft.
Some games just take the rules and throw them out the window... and then laugh at us behind our backs when we freak out.
YouTuber Marcelo Zuniga took the time to compile the following videos comparing each of the films in the trilogy with their updated counterparts.
Grab a Lich Bane and sing along to this great Instalok parody song!
This week, member of Convert to Mythic raid team and Hereos of the Storm podcaster Gizmozord (Lords of the Storm) joins the CtR crew!
Bethesda recently posted a video interview with Game Director Todd Howard where he discusses the fine details that have gone into making the world of Fallout 4.
A lot of Game of Thrones is filmed on location rather than on sets, and that means that a little VFX work is required to get the show's world looking just right.
In 2004, William Shatner released an album titled Has Been, with an amazing cover of Pulp's Common People on it. As cool as the song itself is, it turns out it was possible to make it better -- all it took was footage from Star Trek: The Original Series.
Azeroth is a pretty big place. It may not always seem like it when you're occupied with quests, dailies or raids, but it is. Want proof? How about this hyperlapse video from TheBigClifty?