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:
EA Games and Maxis are ending all gender restrictions in the latest version of The Sims 4. According to Associated Press, over 700 pieces of content were locked based on gender before this change. That includes hairstyles, clothing and voice options and apparently a lot more.
Maxis worked with LGBTQ advocacy group GLAAD on the update. The game mechanics as well as the cosmetics of characters will be a little more gender fluid. Now characters can look however players choose AND change gender at any time and decide whether they can reproduce with other characters or not. Gender symbols will also be removed from the game's gallery feature.
So far, the response has been mostly positive:
via @tha_rami, @JamesTurnerYT, @Campster, @BeaTheCraftian
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.
Access to secret menus sometimes called Ed Boon or EJB menus (after co-creator Ed Boon) have finally been found. It only took 23 years...
This wasn't discovered in the past two days, as the man in the video says, but they were still found very recently. According to Eurogamer these menus were found late last year by the folks at a website called The Cutting Room Floor as they looked through the classic game's code.
According to the video description, anyone can access this special menu on Mortak Kombat 1, 2 and 3 using these instructions:
The code is P1 Block (x times) then P2 Block (x times) then P1 Block (x times) etc...
P1 (5), P2 (10), P1 (2), P2 (1), P1 (2), P2 (3), P1 (4)
P1 (5), P2 (10), P1 (2), P2 (8), P1 (2)
P1 (5), P2 (10), P1 (3), P2 (1), P1 (2), P2 (2), P1 (3), P2 (4)
In Leo's Red Carpet Rampage you are asked to put Leonardo DiCaprio's fate in your hands to finally win that Oscar. Gameplay is pretty easy to understand, but it's harder than it looks.
You'll have to dodge photographers, outrun Eddie Redmayne (and other nominees) and complete a series of nearly impossible minigames such as "Find the Black Nominee", "Write Your Acceptance Speech" and "Act Harder".
At times you'll even have to dodge Lady Gaga.
Okay, to be honest, the game isn't very hard, but it's one heck of a ride.
Language Warning: Yoshi spits more than just Koopa shells.
Yoshi finally gets a change to switch places with Mario and it becomes pretty clear that Yoshi has some abilities we were probably taking for granted. If you've ever wondered where all those Yoshi's you've sacrificed go... maybe you don't really want to know. Sometimes you need to sacrifice a Yoshi to get to the next level though, and that's what's really important, right? ...Right?
Anyone ever wanna' get shredded (literally) as you shred the gnar gnar pow pow?
On another note did this fan take it just a bit too far? I mean, 'SkiFree' is arguably the forefather of the infinite runner genre. Do you really tamper with that?
Anyways, for real, this game put a massive sap on nationwide, no, global productivity levels, in offices and schools; but it was totally worth it. In case you find yourself utterly flooded with a wave of nostalgia, revisit 'SkiFree' over here.