Google is gearing up to give the folks at Twitch a run for their money. According to an industry insider, plans to relaunch YouTube's livestreaming service have already been set in motion.
This real-life version of Link's Hylian shield can easily withstand a watermelon attack.
Every hardcore FPS player has been on the business end of an absurd shot. Most of the time, you can write it off as pure luck or some kind of mix-up, but victim of this Halo sniper only has one explanation: the universe hates him.
Warning: You should grab a box of Kleenex before watching this animated Pokédex video, because Cubone's origin story probably the most depressing thing you'll experience this month. And if you don't cry, you're an emotionless monster.
It looks like the PlayStation Vita will be losing a few pieces of functionality in the coming months, including Maps, Near and even the YouTube app. For those of you who frequently watch videos while trying to locate off the beaten path restaurants where you plan to meet new friends you discovered through Near, I imagine this comes as a triple-dose of bummerdom.
Recently there's been a consumer revolt regarding a lack of transparency and disclosure in the media, and it's been brought to the attention of the FTC to make it clearer when the lines have been crossed between editorials and advertorials.
Call of Duty may be a fashionable game to hate these days but there's still a whole lot of interest in each new sequel. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's first trailer was the most-viewed video on YouTube from April to June.
Any parent who says that playing video games is a waste of time obviously never heard of the Let's Play movement taking YouTube by storm, and they obviously never heard of PewDiePie.
Yes, it completely baffles me but it's true: You can actually play games in YouTube. I kid you not, this is real and it's becoming a real thing.
Videogame streaming company Twitch may soon become part of the Google family. New reports suggest that Google subsidiary YouTube is about to spend $1 billion on purchasing the upstart company.
Boogie2988, better known as “Francis the rager”, came forward to talk openly and honestly about the YouTube scandal involving major game publishers such as EA and Microsoft, and how it happens a lot more often than you might think.
Electronic Arts sent out a response regarding the scandal involving their media program called Ronku, which works with established content creators on YouTube to promote EA's products.
Microsoft has quickly retracted their stance on the XB1M13 campaign and they are now claiming that they had no involvement or knowledge of the partnered contract that Machinima had concocted.
When your console is getting trashed by anyone who doesn't watch TV on their TV, when you have no idea how to win over the silent Japanese audience and when some people still think your system is an NSA Spybox incarnate, there's only one solution left: pay for good publicity.
Soon Dead or Alive 5 will make it easier for players to share their match replays. The next patch for the fighting game will allow replays to be directly uploaded to the Internet. The new feature will be added to both the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions. 360 players will be able to upload their replays to Facebook.