Article 10 of the Most Delicious-Looking Meals Tweeted By Hideo Kojima

By Andrew Bridgman / March 10, 2014

Hideo Kojima, the mysterious creator of the Metal Gear series, loves a few things: long, extended cutscenes, toying with gamer expectations, and tweeting out pictures of amazing looking food. Since we've gotten plenty of the first two, let's take a look at the food stuff:

 

  The Most DeliciousLooking Food Tweeted By Hideo Kojima

This is what Hideo Kojima has for dinner when he's running late. My microwaved, still half-frozen Bagel Bites look just as good though.

Article The Incredible Fan Art of Twitch Plays Pokemon: Crystal Version

By Andrew Bridgman / March 9, 2014

 After the successful completion of Twitch Plays Pokemon: Red Version, we showed you some of the greatest fan art created from that epic 400 hour adventure. Now, just over one week into Twitch Plays Pokemon: Crystal Version, there's been another outpouring of fan art to track the highs and lows of this insane run.

 

The Incredible Fan Art of Twitch Plays Pokemon: Crystal Version

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Article 20 Times Neil deGrasse Tyson Blew Everyone's Mind On Twitter

By Staff / March 10, 2014

Neil deGrasse Tyson - the internet's favorite science guy (who isn't Bill Nye, that is). And he's hosting the reboot of Carl Sagan's science series Cosmos (airing Sundays at 9 PM on Fox, FX, FXX, and National Geographic). But instead of waiting around to watch him blow your mind on TV, you could just follow him on Twitter, where he's blowing people's minds ALL THE TIME.

 

The Best Tweets From Neil deGrasse Tyson

 

Now here's 19 more tweets that will make you think of this .GIF:

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Article The Most Incredible Fan Art from Twitch Plays Pokemon

By Chloe Cole / March 2, 2014

In the early hours of March 1st, 2014, Twitch Plays Pokemon came to an end. The thousands upon thousands of players had - over the course of nearly 400 hours - completed a single game of Pokemon. In the process, memes and religions and lore were birthed - and from that, fan art. So much fan art. So much incredible, brilliant fan art, all based around one of the weirdest and most compelling pieces of internet phenomena in recent memory (click here for a complete guide to the Generation 1 Twitch Plays Pokemon)

And we would like to remember the brilliant fan art created by sharing some of the best examples with you now. Enjoy!

 

The Most Beautiful Fan Art from Twitch Plays Pokemon

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The Most Beautiful, Bewitching Twitchplays Pokemon Fan Art

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Article 10 Tumblr Coincidences That Prove Fate Exists

By Staff / February 27, 2014
Geeky Tumblr Coincidences

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Article The Complete Guide to 'Twitch Plays Pokemon' (DONE)

By Andrew Bridgman / February 26, 2014

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Article Everybody Hadoukens, and We Have the GIFs to Prove It

By Jake Young / February 20, 2014

Consider the mighty Hadouken. The most universally famous of the special moves, there is something so compelling about it. Focusing your energy, drawing back, and with both open palms releasing a powerful blast to obliterate your enemies. At least once in your life I bet you even tried to do it when nobody was looking. Young or old, human or animal, nobody can escape the fantasy of the Hadouken which is why we've assembled these GIFs.

Admittedly, a few Kamehameha Waves got thrown in there and not Hadoukens, but let's stop pretending those are two different things already. 

 

Let's start with these guys who are all masters of the variant technique "The Dad-ouken"

Just Some Everyday Hadouken Gifs 

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Article Geeks in Love: The Rise of the "Special Feeling" Meme

By Jake Young / February 20, 2014

Another meme has taken hold of Japan. Born of geek culture, Valentine's Day, and the polar vortex, it's a veritable perfect storm of internet exploitability.

It all started with a news report about the extreme winter weather that's been hitting Tokyo. The reporter stops a young couple to ask about the snow and the umbrella wielding man answers "being in the snow with my lover like this envelops me in a special feeling. I like it." 

 

Oh Hey Japan: The Rise of the Special Feeling Meme

 

Japanese Geeks in Love: The Rise of the Special Feeling Meme

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Article Great Job, Steam Taggers!

By Andrew Bridgman / February 14, 2014

Recently, Steam introduced a tagging system to its platform - allowing users to add tags to games in order to better categorize their vast library of selections. Naturally, users have already gone hog-wild into abusing and trolling the system. Great job, Steam taggers!

 

Barbie Dreamhouse Party

A post-apocalyptic horror masterpiece that's HUGE in the competitive Major League Gaming scene.

Great Job, Steam Taggers

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Article Best Fanmade Videogame Cover Art

By Chloe Cole / February 13, 2014

Many stores allow customers to return videogames they've played, even without the original cover art. This return policy allows for the distribution of fan-made video game cover art. Putting gamers in charge of marketing is interesting because they speak the truth and it's not always pretty. In fact, it is never pretty. Enjoy these masterpieces!

 

Best Fanmade Cover Art

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Best Fanmade Cover Art

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