This is kind of awesome. Redditor Calycae says that two pros bet their very professional careers on the firmly held, and shared belief that 17-year-old Geguri is a plain old cheater in Overwatch. Blizzard reportedly confirmed that Geguri wasn't cheating, and now those two dudes are fresh out of the game..
They just couldn't believe that she's really this good. The young lady's stats are truly astounding. She boasts an 80% win rate, and a KDA of 6.31.
Korean site, Inven, says that much of the suspicion players hold stems from Geguri's ridiculous accuracy. You can watch her in action, in the clip below:
This Youtuber found a hidden feature in the extras of Prison Architect that allows you to wander through your prison creation in 3D. One of the developers of Prison Architect commented on how long it took to make the discovery.
Hey, that's much better than the 23 years it took to find the secret menus in Mortal Kombat.
Lumberyard is a free 3D game engine for PC, consoles, mobile devices, and VR devices. It's supported by Amazon's cloud services and also features Twitch streaming support.
The announcement of Lumberyard also includes GameLift, which allows developers access to scaling game servers that grow as player demand does.
Check out the announcement video below:
Nine-year-old Scott Lundy was so excited to receive a PS4 this christmas until he opened the box and found a wooden replica of the system placed there by thieves. To add insult to injury, they included a "crude drawing of male genitals" (missed opportunity for a dickbutt) on the wood and a message that said "from cock and balls with love."
Scott's parents were able to return the console to Target and get a replacement, but Scott's faith in Santa Claus is shaken. I guess Call of Duty: Black Ops III and The Uncharted Collection will be there to carry him through this difficult time.
The official Bandai Namco US Twitter account dropped a casual hint to some kind of mysterious game the company is set to announce on Monday.
The mysterious link in their tweet leads to a mysterious website that features a countdown timer, and occasionally, hints about the project.
So far those hints have included "can you feel the hunger," "the architecture resonates among the weak," "there's no way out," and "the garden of life will blossom in the sky."
There are a lot of theories floating around about what the game could be, but so far the game that's looking most promising is God Eater.
PewDiePie is looking to cash in even more on his YouTube video empire, and he's getting a little help from the creators of The Walking Dead.
He's getting a brand new show, and it sounds highly entertaining.
The new series will be featured on YouTube's subscription service, YouTube Red. The show is set to be called Scare PewDiePie, and will be a half-reality, half-prank show.
The Walking Dead creators and Maker Studios will team up to drop PewDiePie into real-life versions of some of the horrifying video game situations he encounters.
YouTube Red will be available Oct. 28 for $9.99 a month.
Other original shows on the service includes projects by the Fine Brothers and College Humor.