First let’s set one thing straight; the game’s title is a bit deceptive since last I checked it’s physically impossible to get ‘Fe’ from ‘H2O’, but I digress (nerd). Telltale Games is releasing a six-part video game series that tells the story of a Northern family named the Forresters as they get caught up in never-ending Lannister drama and various assaults from the bat-shit crazy Ramsay Snow. The game includes the voices of real GOT cast members and is officially licensed by HBO, so you know it’s legit. The first game debuts today on PC and PS4, Dec. 3 on Xbox One, and Dec. 4 on iOS. Check out the trailer.
The interactive short film “Five Minutes”, created by film students Maximilian Niemann and Felix Faißtwill will put you on the edge of your seat as you perform a series of tasks to prevent the game’s protagonist “John” from turning all zombie on your ass. After a battle with the living dead, John may have been infected with the zombie virus and must retain his memory for 5 minutes to ensure he doesn’t turn. It’s your job to complete simple cursor tasks to propel the storyline forward and prevent John from meeting an ugly demise.
Check out the game at fiveminutes.gs
Ahoy takes us through the history of video game graphics in this 5-part video series. I personally never upgraded my gaming system beyond the N64, mostly because the landlord wouldn’t allow high-tech “gizmos” in the house (thanks a lot, mom), but I appreciate the history lesson none-the-less.
Corridor Digital has just released this Lord of the Rings short called “Shadow of Mordor”, directed and written by Sam Gorski and Niko Pueringer. It’s based on an upcoming action video game that follows events between The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. Despite the absence of Orcs breaking out in solemn chorus, it’s arguably more entertaining than the new Hobbit trilogy.
Mojang–the company responsible for developing the hugely successful video game Minecraft–must be giving off some major Mojo because Microsoft announced this week that it is acquiring the Swedish-based developer for a whopping $2.5 Billion. In the acquisition, the game’s creators will be leaving the company. “Though we’re massively proud of what Minecraft has become, it was never [our] intention for it to get this big,” Mojang wrote, “the only option was to sell.”
Right, like that was a tough decision. Watch as Conan demonstrates how Minecraft’s creators are likely celebrating the acquisition.
Super Mario isn’t all he’s cracked up to be. If you think about it, his infatuation with the princess is a bit over the top. He murders turtles to have his way with her. Not convinced? Watch as Super Mario wreaks havoc on the innocent INCLUDING A KITTEN, brought to you by Pastek.
Every Saturday we’ll post a satirical or non-sensical piece on anything Star [Insert Anything] related: Star [Trek], [Wars], [Fox]….you get the picture. Waste away your weekend with this pixelated Star Trek game. Explore the USS Enterprise as Data. That pretty much sums it up.
Click HERE and beam up the game.