A Truly Evil LEGO Star Wars Prank

Video A Truly Evil LEGO Star Wars Prank

March 12, 2014

This is worse than Force lightning.

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Article 5 Mobile Games That AREN'T Completely Evil

By Jake Young / February 13, 2014

5 Mobile Games That ARENT Unrelentingly Evil


#1 Punch Quest 

by RocketCat Games

5 Mobile Games That ARENT Unrelentingly Evil

  • Brilliant Hybrid of Beat 'Em Up and Endless Runner Gameplay
  • Easy to Pick Up and Start Playing on the Go
  • Has Not Tried to Copywrite the Words "Punch" or "Quest" Because That Would Be Abhorrent.



#2 Tiny Wings

by Andreas Illinger

5 Mobile Games That ARENT Unrelentingly Evil 

  • Cute Bird Mascot
  • Relaxing Soundtrack
  • Not a Single Asset Stolen From the Most Popular Game Series of All Time
  • Was Not Programmed By an Emotionally Traumatized Vietnamese Man Who Still Has No Idea Whether His Success is Sincere or Merely a Cruel Elaborate Joke


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Article The Dorklyst: The 20 Most Evil Corporations in Videogame History

By Alex Z. Rogers / March 1, 2013
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According to the vast majority of videogames (also: movies, TV, comics, etc.) out there, corporations are mostly huge assholes – constantly trying to wipe out humanity, develop crazy technology, and generally doing all kinds of malevolent acts in the name of the bottom line. They're more than willing to actively murder their customer base, use their employees as glorified guinea pigs, and relentlessly pursue insane goals that must have been really tough to pitch in a board meeting (how many PowerPoints devoted to the pros and cons of a zombie apocalypse have there been?). Below is a list of some of the biggest, meanest job providers to face a miserable third quarter thanks to one plucky hero.

20. Union Aerospace Corporation (Doom)

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One of the earliest game corporate villains, the UAC is guilty of conducting research on things they should have known were best left alone. In an attempt to create convenient travel options, the company accidentally unleashed a portal to Hell that turned all of the Martian research station's security personnel into demon zombies. DOOM III, a re-imagining of the original story (with flashlights), adds to the company's shame by making it clear early on that many employees' contracts forcibly induced them to participate in dangerous tests involving portal technology – which sounds like another well-known, but less evil company I know (slightly less evil). The company's corrupt security apparatus systematically wiped out scientists and workers who tried to escape or warn the world about the experiments. And when all Hell (literally) broke loose, the corporate suit sent to clean up the mess makes it clear recovering the expensive technology and erasing evidence of malfeasance trumps the lives of any survivors. Strangely, this is one of the few games where your character not only works for the company, but is also a member of the security force. Although it was your first day, so you didn't get much of a chance to check anything off your immoral to-do list before demons started invading.

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