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1. Lawn-mowing One of the biggest problems in the Pokemon universe is that there is tall grass everywhere, and no one is mowing it.
Last week, Pokemon Black and White were finally released in America as the two latest installments of the long-running video game franchise. It's something I've been looking forward to since it was announced, to the point where I've been reading through the Pokedex -- the official in-game database that describes all 649 Pokemon -- and in doing so, I've discovered something: For a game made for children about adorable monsters, there's a lot of really disturbing stuff in Pokemon .
Games today give players an increasing amount of control over their play-time. Whether it be through sandbox titles allowing gamers to randomly create thei rown adventures or the growing list of RPGs that allow players to create and mold their characters exactly how they want, gamers presently have an unprecedented amount of control over their in-game experience. Current franchises, like Mass Effect and Fable, that put gamers into the roleo f a specific hero (as opposed to allowing them to create one from scratch) are now allowing players to pick the sex of their lead character. What would happen if other developers brought this gender change idea into their titles, allowing gamers to pick the sex of famous preset characters? Here's a look at what some of gamings most well known characters would appear if their gender was changeable too.
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We lead busy lives. We humans can no longer be expected to trawl through endless exposition, reams of scene-setting text, hours of tedious tutorials. No, sirry: we demand instant excitement.
The first generation to grow up playing video games is now feathering empty nests, and plenty more gamers are buying and filling homes. Furniture and home decor companies keep adding designs catering to video game lovers, and those with a bit of time and creativity keep designing and building their own!
Long before digital effects appeared, animatronics was making cinematic history, we've seen some pretty epic ones in theme parks or movies back in the days and this one is no different. The awesome folks at PeteMander GFX have put together this one of a kind Elite Suit which looks absolutely amazing and believable. This could possibly well be "The Ultimate Cosplay Suit" for fans of the Halo series. via Device Magazine Stories from around the web
Today, I managed to say 'pika' before I sneezed, then all of the sudden, my older brother burst into my room with a random pokeball toy and yelled, "GET IN YOUR POKEBALL PIKACHU!" I refused by saying 'pika' again before I sneezed, but the sneeze was louder this time. He pretended to be electricuted and then he sighed and said, "Fine, fine, do what you want." then I ran up to him and jumped on his back, resulting a piggyback ride all the way to the park. I'm 14, and he's 23.
Many of us grew up playing a variety of different video games, and that those that didn’t have since accepted their importance in mainstream culture. These games are perhaps some of the most unique and less well-known games ever created…but believe me there is a real reason for that. Michael Jackson’s Moonwalker Now there is no denying that Michael Jackson has a huge influence on the world of music, and he had some pretty impressive dance moves to boot.
Would today's tykes tolerate the classic games you grew up with? Kids do say the darndest things in this uncut version of an EGM article—now with a bonus game not included in the original story! By Crispin Boyer and Shawn Elliott Photography by Michael Sexton Your average gamer these days is in his late 20s—young enough to still find new ways to destroy brain cells, old enough to worry about bills and 401ks, and wise enough to reminisce about the good ol' days of videogames.