Article R. Kelly + B. Cumberbatch = Internet Gold

By Jake Young and Andrew Bridgman / December 5, 2013

Jimmy Kimmel took a moment out of his show last night to combine two of our favorite things: the resounding British voice of Benedict Cumberbatch and making fun of R. Kelly, America's premier R&B musician/terrible person.

Here's the clip:

 

And it makes us wonder - how many R. Kelly songs fit with Benedict Cumberbatch? Turns out, a lot.

 

Benedict Cumberbatch and R Kellys Genius is Genius

Filed Under   music   internerd   sherlock   benedict cumberbatch

Article The Bloody, Bloody History of Horror Games

By Jake Young / November 21, 2013

The Bloody, Bloody History of Horror Games

Playing With Fear is a documentary film and web series that will explore the history of scary games and the twisted minds who made them. Most of the budget is going towards travel expenses as the crew goes across the world to interview game developers because as it turns out, horror games are an international endeavor. They'll meet with studios from across Europe, Asia, and America who have all been squirting out nightmare fuel like a spastic cuttlefish (note to self, eat a delicious meal as a reward for writing that last analogy). One of the first things released by the project is this incredible 3 minute walkthrough of the decades-long history of horror in interactive media, from the nonsensical blips of the Atari era right up until the indie-horror renaissance we've been experiencing with titles like Amnesia and Outlast:

Article The Large Pixel Collider: The Most Redonkulous Gaming Rig Ever

By Jake Young / November 18, 2013

The Large Pixel Collider: The Most Redonkulous Rig Ever

 

The PC Master race just got another reason to be smug. From the twisted machinations of PC Gamer magazine (formerly the world's premiere source of demo cds and demo cd based news) comes this mammoth machine that was created for the sole purpose of running and capturing high-end PC games at resolutions beyond 4K. The actual cost of the machine is almost a parody of PC gaming excesses. It has 4 Nvidia Titan graphics cards costing $1000 a pop and the 64 GB of onboard RAM alone is priced at over $3300. The whole rig needs a custom-built liquid cooling system, and will have an electricity bill equal to that of South Korea. What's really impressive is, as is true of all high-end gaming PCs, it's a great preview of what specs your phone will have in 20 years.

Filed Under   technology   pc gaming   internerd   hardware   pc gamer

Article 45 Examples of Realistic Videogame Characters

By Staff / November 8, 2013
40 Examples of Realistic Videogame Characters

Filed Under   zelda   mario   pokemon   realistic   internerd

Article 25 Examples of Sims Being Creepy

By Chloe Cole / October 30, 2013

Everyone you've ever met has played the Sims because it's fun, it's family friendly and it makes childbirth look truly magical. The game's rated T, which means "Teen," but after looking at these unsettling Sim glitches, you'll think it actually means "Terrifying" or "Tear Your Eyes Out and Stomp on Them."

 

Scary Sims

"Aw, she has your eyes, Mother With No Eyes."

Filed Under   halloween   the sims   internerd   spooky

Article The Internet REALLY Likes Espurr

By Jake Young / October 22, 2013

Of all the new Pokemon unveiled in X and Y, there's been a real standout according to the fanart community. Espurr, labeled as the "Restraint Pokemon" (no really) is a psychic-type kitty cat that has delighted fans around the world. Artists just can't stop drawing this little guy with his fluffy appearance and versatile moveset- oh who are we kidding, it's because of his harrowing stare that can see your darkest secrets.

 

The Internet REALLY Likes Espurr

 

"... it was 1993, you were all hopped up on Pecha Berries, and it was the last time you saw Steve."

Filed Under   internet   pokemon   internerd   espurr

Article 25 More Incredible Pokemon Fusions

By Chloe Cole / October 18, 2013

Here's the problem with playing any Pokemon game: there are too many cool Pokemon that you want to include on your team at any given time, but you're limited to 6 individual creatures. But the good folks at Pokemon Fusion had a solution: just fuse your Pokemon together! Catching 'em all would be a lot easier this way. We showed you 25 incredible examples of the fan art the internet produced based on this concept earlier, now here's 25 more.

 

More Pokemon Fusion Fan Art

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Article 7 Videogame Worlds Recreated in Minecraft

By Andrew Bridgman / October 4, 2013
Videogame Worlds Recreated in Minecraft

Filed Under   zelda   mario   world of warcraft   halo   minecraft   mass effect   internerd

Article 40 Badass Reinterpretations of Mario Characters

By Andrew Bridgman / September 27, 2013
Badass Reinterpretations of Mario Characters

Filed Under   mario   internerd

Article Fictional Grand Theft Auto Games

By Andrew Bridgman / September 17, 2013

Filed Under   grand theft auto   parody   gta   covers   internerd