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A new choose-your-own-adventure style YouTube video series has been released, turning the classic book paradigm into a new wave media experience. The video series involves Obsidian's Fallout: New Vegas, where players will pick and choose their way through dangerous scenarios and killer opportunities.
From the gaming YouTube video channel, React, comes a video from a series about adults and elders playing a kind of game for the first time. We’ve had coverage on elders reacting to the “repulsive” Grand Theft Auto V gameplay, but this one comes from a sentimental part of my heart. Watch the video below where these adults get to test out Team Fortress 2 for the very first time. Their reactions are priceless.
You ever wonder what Minecraft would look like running on Unreal Engine 4? Of course you have! But now you can stop wondering, as YouTube user John Alcatraz has posted a video showing off everybody’s favorite build-it-yourself adventure running on a beefier engine.
Someone has made a playable version of Space Invaders inside of Dwarf Fortress, because who wants to dive through dungeons when you could instead be blasting alien scum out of the sky?
If you’re an avid Silent Hill fan, then you’re probably very familiar with Pyramid Head and his symbolic representation of the series. On an episode of Man At Arms, where a group of guys gets together to craft real-life versions of weapons from movies, video games and more, they challenged themselves with the official sword of Pyramid Head.
The epitome of any Gen-Y gamer’s childhood is filled with memories of vibrant platformers like Spyro The Dragon, Jak and Daxter and Crash Bandicoot. It’s been years since anyone has heard anything about Crash Bandicoot since its last few failed titles. But now, a YouTuber by the name of Anisotropic is hard at work designing a fan-made reboot of Crash Bandicoot using Unreal Engine 4—and it looks pretty amazing.
YouTube is elevating their streaming services for gamers with two very big and very important features.
YouTube is continuing to explode as the new medium in which nearly everyone the world around engages in and consumes on a daily basis. It houses a platform for all sorts of creative minds and uniquely distributed content. One of those content creators is YouTuber CaptainSparklez and he just bought a house for $4.5 million.
The world of gaming has been buzzing with Jimmy Kimmel news this week following a series of monologues wherein the late-night host called out folks who enjoy watching other folks play video games. As promised, however, he has now given let’s play gaming a try and captured it for all to enjoy...or at least cringe their way through.
By saying that he doesn’t understand why gamers would want to watch other people play games, late night television host Jimmy Kimmel has discovered two very important facts. First, some gamers have very strong opinions, especially when it comes to their favorite pastime. Second, said gamers don’t typically hesitate to share those opinions with you, sometimes in vulgar, threatening ways.
The United States government's Federal Trade Commission has ruled that YouTube network Machinima engaged in "deceptive advertising" of the Xbox One at the console's launch.
YouTube has officially launched their gaming channel and it allows gamers to post up more than just Let's Play videos and video commentary. YouTube has elevated their game to include live-streaming in their line-up.
YouTube is going gung-ho into the live-streaming sector for video games this summer. They've put a window on when they want the service to go live and they've done this by allowing the YouTube Gaming website to go live and give gamers a small taste of what's to come.
There's a list of the most popular games on YouTube and what people love viewing more than anything else on the market. Some of the games might surprise you while others will make you scoff and go “Well, of course that game is on the list”.
Bloodborne can be a difficult game. Well, for normal human beings, that is. And then there's BOYvsVIDEOGAME, a YouTube user who decided it would be a lot of fun to just waltz through the twisted levels of this unforgiving adventure without ever bothering to level his character up.