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QWOP is one of the hardest and most popular computer games to exist on the Internet. Using the Q, W, O, and P keys, you attempt to make your character run 100 meters. It's a lot harder than it sounds. An attendee of Anime North 2013 had the perfect cosplay as the character from the game.
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Fictitious "Memorize" founder Antoine Cartier-Wells gave a speech about the Social Revolution, a time period that began when we started sharing ourselves with social media, and will continue on into the future. We share almost everything these days, pictures, ideas, videos, personal information... but what about our memories? Along with Devin Super Tramp, take a look at just some of the memories that have been shared with the world, and be on the lookout for the associated video game "Remember Me", to be released in June!
The Social Revolution is here. Remember it, so you can share it with others. Sharing our memories, that's the next frontier. We share everything else on social media, why not share our emotions too? Maybe the key to world peace is being able to piece together the memories of the world. Memorize. Via Devin Super Tramp. Find out what the hosts thought.
Age ain't nuthin' but a number as you can clearly see in this video. Check out this 95-year-old man swinging and fighting as if he was in the prime of his life during a Nintendo Wii boxing game match. Once he starts getting into the "swing" of things, he shows no mercy!
If you have a fear of heights, get motion sickness, or just can't afford expensive vacations, the Oculus Rift, a virtual reality headset, is a great substitute. This is Brandon and he is trying out the device for the very first time. It is so advanced, he literally loses his balance and becomes disoriented. Next time, sitting down is probably a good idea.
Henry Gribbohm, the guy from New Hampshire who lost his $2,600 life savings trying to win an X-Box Kinect for his kids and only got a giant rasta banana has been redeemed thanks to College Humor and over 30,000 people who clicked "Like." RightThisMinute Skyped with Streeter Seidell from College Humor, who said the banana is up for re-sale!
IllumiRoom, a "proof-of-concept" system from Microsoft developed for Xbox, can extract elements from a virtual world and portray them onto reality. See how peripheral projected illusions can add to your gaming and movie watching experience. It's blurring the lines of screen viewing and real life!
Our Daily Huh? video reveals never-before-seen correspondence between Mario and Princess Peach. Their letters reveal the Mushroom Kingdom's deepest, darkest secret that may or may not involve another man and that man may or may not be another key player in the Super Mario Bros. saga. Watch the drama unfold courtesy of The Player Ones.
"I'll be done in 5, give me one more fight!" There are probably a lot of girlfriends who have heard that line before, but now Stage 5 TV gives you a musical explanation of just why a boyfriend deserves to play his video game just a little bit longer. In this Maroon 5 parody of "One More Night" these guys describe their plight when they are forced to make a choice between the love of their life and their girlfriend.
Some of you probably recognize Francis, he's a frequent guest on RTM. Francis is notorious for being angry and sure enough, he's angry again. This time, he's not too happy with Xbox. Apparently, the upcoming Xbox consoles will require an "always on" Internet connection. Francis decides to protest by taking an ax to his current Xbox.
Could you meticulously sift through thousands of Post-It Notes, thousands of photos, and utilize thousands of hours of work in your spare time? This guy can. Over a period of 11 months, he was able to create this awesome stop-motion animation of classic video games. Watch the whole video.
We don't want to think about the amount of time this took to make. Using thousands of Post-It Notes and probably thousands of hours of work, these stop motion animations of classic video games were created on the walls of this dude's office. It goes to show you with perseverance and a lot free time, you can accomplish some pretty cool things.
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