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IT'S TECH TIME FOR GOATS!!! A new video game called Goat Simulator allows you to play as a goat and wreck things around a town. This is the new trailer for the game that involves being a goat and grabbing things with your tongue. We're not sure this is the hottest idea for a game, but it certainly looks fun to play.
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If you're a nerd like me, you remember playing Flight Simulator on Windows 95 back in the day. Now (as with many things) the world of simulator games has devolved into the weird, obscure, and yes, extremely viral. First there was Train Simulator, then Forklift Simulator, and now - Goat Simulator. Hailed as the "latest in goat simulation technology," Goat Simulator's trailer has nearly 2 million views and will be available to actaully play on April 1st for $10. Would you pay for an awesomely baaaaaad game? (Bonus points if you catch the Dead Island trailer reference)
Cosplayers (individuals who dress up as fictional characters) get 'Happy' with their own Pharrell parody! Check out all the wild and creative costumes as happiness is embodied in song and dance! Via D Piddy.
From theDOMINICshow comes an epic battle between the characters of popular video games HALO and Call of Duty. Not only are the dancers' moves impressive, but they're wearing heavy duty costumes at the same time. Check out the dubstep awesomeness!
It's Tech Time! The Glyph is the ultimate noise- and vision-canceling headset. You can play video games and movies without worrying about standing too close to the screen. Without the use of pixels, the quality of the entertainment is also better. If you want to check out the Glyph's Kickstarter, click here. The product costs $500 and ships in the winter of 2014.
When you play games with strangers online, sometimes you can strike up a real bond. This man learned that in a great way, when he was given the gift of upgraded gaming by his friends who played with him in the past. The amount of love and emotion he has for them is clear, when the guy learns who the package is from. All the gift-givers wanted to do was play games with their online friend.
From AsapSCIENCE, learn how video games (in moderation) can help make you smarter and improve things like memory, fine motor skills, and strategic planning.
According to BuzzFeed, there are several things you can get away with doing in video games... but would get you weird looks and possibly a few restraining orders if you did them in real life. Don't worry, your priceless family heirloom that I just smashed to get the colorful coins contained inside will probably just respawn later anyway.
Only Francis could get away with calling Santa a big, abusive a-hole. Let's just say he was less than pleased about his Christmas gifts this year. He was expecting video games galore, but instead... nada. But wait. There's one more present left under the tree. Watch Francis go through a roller coaster of emotions leading to the big payoff.
These clips show us that technology and gaming are becoming even more awesome with time. The NVIDIA Shield is a great way to game on the go, and this review of the product is even better. From the swimming pool to working out at the gym, the portable game system can go anywhere. The Zepp Golf bluetooth sensor is also a pretty elaborate piece of technology and helps you become a better golfer. There are also Zepp Tennis and Baseball adapters.
Recently, both Microsoft and Sony have released their latest video game consoles. An improvement in technology is not always a good thing. For instance, the Xbox One is voice activated. If you curse during a game, you get penalized. Lame, right?
The folks at Guyism have a female member, who has not played video games outside of "The Sims." She is in for a wild ride with the new Xbox One. If you remember the first time you played a next-gen console, you'll relate to this unassuming new player's angst toward the new console.