Sometimes, “WTF?” seems like the only appropriate response.
There can only be one!
These weird melons are good examples of how preoccupied Japanese can be with not only food presentation, but imbuing that presentation with a sense of playfulness.
Police had seen him using his new toy in YouTube videos, and they found it to be in violation of firearms laws.
A very real and historic football club has this week started selling the jerseys of a very fake player.
Earlier this year, Sega launched its own snack stand in Tokyo. Now, it's selling logo-shaped snacks. Yummy!
This has to be one of the most unusual third-party items ever released for a Nintendo product.
The game's a free download, but you'll need to buy a haptic vest for a couple of hundred quid if you want to feel that poke.
I don't care if Nintendo and Sega are friends now; this just isn't right.
Is this emerging trend a good thing?
Kirby is freaky with scary feet! And with this official fan, this pink character goes from suck to blow. It’s terrifying.
This is Sachie, the owner of Kisaburou Field, a survival game battlefield in Miyazaki, Japan.
Baldi’s Basics, a bizarre horror game in the guise of lo-fi educational play, has turned out to be the perfect game for YouTubers everywhere.
Twitch isn’t just star gamers; it’s pirate streams, surreal broadcasts, and average Joes just streaming their Overwatch matches. LonelyStreams is the best tool to find them.
A 71-year-old man and his adult son were arrested for allegedly assaulting another player they claimed had stolen their Gym and threw a Gatorade bottle at their car.
With the Resident Evil 2 remake on the way, let's take a moment to remember the mysterious, green-jacketed figure hidden in the deep background of Resident Evil 4.
The money earned from this will pay for the next couple of Shenmue trilogies, this time next year.