Is Japan World Cup 3 a horse racing game or a collection of everything WTF ever? Whatever it is, thanks Japan.
By popular demand, Stolidus Simulations has released Robot Vacuum Simulator 2013, the world's only simulation game that puts the player in the shoes of an automated vacuum cleaner. This sequel title to last year's Robot Vacuum Simulator 2012 now puts you in first-person control of the robot in a 3D landscape, where you must maneuver its sleek round body through a messy apartment to the background tune of smooth jazz. The only way this game could get better is if there was a DJ Roomba patch.
Yesterday, Anita Sarkeesian unveiled the second episode of her Tropes Vs. Women in Video Games series, which analyzes a variety of tropes that are perceived as sexist in video games. And as it was the case with the premiere of the pilot episode, the feminist author's second vlog post was immediately challenged by her detractors who managed to temporarily take down the video by abusing the "flag as inappropriate" button before it was restored shortly thereafter.
Adult film production company Wood Rocket has taken Rule 34 ("If it exists, there is pr0n of it") to the next level by combining the two things that make the Internet go 'round: pr0n and memes. Launched earlier this month, the first two videos in the web series feature actress Veruca James reenacting Surprised Kitty and James Deen dressed as IKEA Monkey staring longingly out of a window. No word on when the next batch of episodes will be released, but we spy a Scumbag Hat on a lingerie-clad lady in the introduction.