Posts Tagged With video games
To celebrate the 2014 Winter Olympics, we've started playing a fun new game called "Sochi, or Fallout Wasteland?" The rules are simple, for each scenario, contestants determine if it happened in the post-apocalyptic video game series Fallout, or if it is currently happening in the very real city of Sochi, Russia.
Wonder trade is an interesting social experiment. Generous players try to send out useful or rare Pokemon, while others try to pawn off shitty ones in exchange. Sometimes shirking your responsibilities as a trainer has karmic repercussions though, and there's always gonna be someone out there shirking a little harder than you...
We've got the hot, fresh news on the latest installments in Nintendo's wildly successful Pokémon franchise; read on to get the latest on the highly anticipated game before its October 12th release!
The Grand Theft Auto series is about many things, but we think we've managed to distill it to its core components in this video. And Rockstar has, as Pope is about to learn, spared no expense on the realism for their latest installment.
The question of whether video game violence causes real violence is a popular one lately, thanks to the all new Grand Theft Auto V. Here at WNV, we try to be fair and give both sides a ch- nah who am I kidding. It's a stupid question.
Scawt discusses his opinions of the hundreds, or thousands, or no, wait I'm pretty sure it's fucking billions of new Pokemon that the youngsters are playing with these days. Spoiler alert: they suck and everyone hates them.
WNV's analysis of E3 2006, part 2. Remember when Sony released a giant, overpowered, weird looking, new console? Yeah me neither.
E3 2006: a time of great change in the video game world. We will all remember where we were the first time that Miyamoto pulled his Wii out for all of us to play with.
The first guest contribution from friend of WNV Chris Collins brings us the true story of how best to maintain a good relationship with one's girlfriend.
Scawt often likes to take out his frustrations about his lack of video gaming skills in comic form. We hope you will oblige him by commenting with great detail on the kinds of things you did with his mother last night, to make sure he feels the true online gaming experience.