If you have doubts over Neon Genesis Evangelion’s immortality, well, lets just say that it is very much alive. In between now and the last series and the last movie, there have been a series of collaboration and promotional stuff, including Evangelion-themed smartphone, Evangelion-themed bullet train, human-size statue which was sold at Japan’s 7-Eleven, and more recently, Evangelion-themed musical instrument accessories. And now, we heard there’s a new Evangelion Cruel Angel Thesis (that’s title of the anime’s theme song, btw) video. Continue reading King Records Is Keeping Evangelion Alive With New Single And Music Video
I usually don’t do mobile games, unless it is super cool, awesome, kawaii, or weird as f@*k, but for some reasons, when Go Straight appeared in our inbox, I felt compelled to share it with you guys. Billed as a 2D arcade game by its developer, AyGame, Go Straight is a simple and potentially addictive game in the line of Flappy Bird. Continue reading This 2D Diagonally Traveling Boat Game May just Be A Chart Topper
After setting a couple of world records and gracing major events including CES, Winter Olympics and Super Bowl, proving that light drones may just be an alternative to traditional fireworks (and the future of light shows, for that matter), Intel has once again made headlines – this time, they literally became the cover of TIME Magazine drone special issue. Continue reading Intel Shooting Star Drones Were Used To Create This TIME Magazine Cover
Simulation has been a staple of video game’s history. We have games that simulate anything, from train simulator to truck simulator to even surgery simulator, and now, there is new simulator genre that is riding on the waves created by networks like HGTV and TLC. Yup. That’s right. Home renovation and house flipping simulator is here and it is aptly called House Flipper. Continue reading House Flipper: A Home Renovation Simulator Video Game. Yes, Really!
When it comes to wacky in-game weapons, the image of fan-modded GTA V comes to mind. That being said, it is hard to imagine that the developers themselves will dish out wacky weapons like say, for example, a Shovel Launcher? If you haven’t already caught this fun news, Ubisoft has up the power of Far Cry 5 in-game melee weapon of choice: the shovel, turning it into an even deadlier (and strangely more satisfying) Shovel Launcher. Continue reading Shovel Launcher Is Just About The Wackiest Weapon In Far Cry’s History
Web games have gone through quite the turbulent existence, and while many people were convinced that they’d seen the last of their days, that doesn’t seem to be the case yet. It’s true that things looked quite grim at one point, with all major browsers choosing to deprecate plugins like Flash and Java, but things are getting back to normal right now, with tons of attractive Continue reading The Rise And Fall – And Rebirth – Of Web Games
This one video from YouTube channel A Bad Lip Reading is too good not to share. Too good because, it is freaking hilarious! Sorry, I just can’t help it. I watched it thrice and I was still laughing through out. You know what? Bad Lip Reading is not bad lip reading; it is more than good lip reading. The synchro is unbelievably brilliant and the voice acting was through the roof! Continue reading Bad Lip Reading Of Zuckerberg’s Senate Testimony Is Freaking Hilarious!
If you are excited over Michael Sng’s dieselpunk walking tank scale model, then I am 100 percent sure you will be absolutely thrilled by this upcoming video game called Iron Harvest. I know I totally am. Developed KING Art Games, who have had three successful Kickstarter campaigns behind them, and based on lore of 1920+ created by Polish artist Jakub Różalski, Iron Harvest is a real-time strategy (RTS) game set in an alternate reality sometime after World World I. Continue reading Iron Harvest Is Dieselpunk Meets RTS Meets 1920s Conflict
It looks like Intel is determined to be the name in the new-age fireworks with the use of drones. Not content with having just 100 drones up in the sky in 2015, the processor maker put 500 drones into the sky in Germany in 2016, ‘dancing’ to a live orchestra, which bagged it a Guinness World Records, and this time, Intel has outdone itself again with 1,218 Intel Shooting Star drones which lit the night sky at the Winter Olympic 2018 opening ceremony in PyeongChang, South Korea, on February 9. The feat was witnessed by Guinness World Records and subsequently recognized as a new world record for “most unmanned aerial vehicles airborne simultaneously.” Continue reading Intel Light Drones Open For Winter Olympic, Made New World Record
The recently concluded world’s biggest electronic was the platform for many who wants their wares to be seen and heard, and Netflix, the streaming TV service, was no exception. In fact, it had more reason to be there, simply because of the theme surrounding its much hyped cyberpunk series, Altered Carbon which it had leveraged on CES to promote. So, yeah, Netflix had a booth and it was one that no visitor will past by without noticing – thanks mainly to a pair of humans being lab-grown. Alongside the human specimens, each floating in its own vats (which are rather creepy), are elaborate gadget props and viral videos to further help to promote the “company.” Continue reading Netflix Promotes Altered Carbon By Growing Human Bodies At CES