Because simply owning an Xbox One is too simple, viral YouTubers like ComedyShortsGamer have taken it upon themselves to take apart the hit game console in style. Can you imagine a better weapon of choice than a glowing 1,000°F kitchen knife?
Men are usually the ones glued to video games, but this Chinese gamer girl late for her own wedding is outrageously breaking stereotypes as relatives beg, plead, and eventually drag her away from the computer. This viral video is as staged as a soap opera but this family's drama is still pretty hilarious. View Now
VR goggles are a blast... unless you're a granny strapped into a virtual roller coaster roaring through bats, tunnels and other scary things in this hilarious ViralVideoUK clip. Good thing grandma's just sitting down—trying to walk a scary VR tightrope for the first time ever is really messing with this dizzy mom's head!
They grew up shooting virtual, flaming hoops on arcade classic "NBA Jam", so now Gav and Michael from Rooster Teeth are burning to try this fiery powerup on a real basketball court! Unlike their video game avatars, they'll need a couple layers of full-body fireproof gear.
Recently, store employees at a Best Buy in Valley Stream, New York pitched in to purchase a Nintendo Wii U video game console for one of the store's loyal customers. The customer was a teenager that came to the store almost on a daily basis to play "Super Smash Bros" on the store's display version of the console. It was truly a kind gesture that not only brought a smile to the teen's face but also serves a great reminder to care for others this holiday season. View Now
Gamer Rio Sierra continued streaming while a devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck New Zealand. The gamer jumped up and his under his desk but continued to check up on the status of his game during the earthquake. Rio Sierra joined our RightThisMinute hosts via Skype to recount the scary situation. View Now
Mac Dreidel from eBaum's World joined our RightThisMinute hosts via Skype for another edition of Real or Fake. This week we check out a startled co-worker, a fish that came back to life, and a dangerous virtual reality game. View Now
When it comes to Halloween costumes YouTube user mattcyborgelt definitely has this year's very best. Not only is it a perfect representation of the hit mobile phone game, it also is a functioning "Pokémon GO" game! Just watch for yourself and be amazed. View Now
Matt Silverman from the YouTube channel FREE DAD VIDEOS created another epic adventure for his three-year-old daughter Amelia. This little girl is obsessed with Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda, so Matt turned his adorable daughter into the character "Link" for a day. View Now
This camouflaged scorpion was definitely not on The Anime Collector's guest list. Nevertheless, this sneaky little pest infiltrates the house and even makes it to the ceiling fan before he triggers the alarm.
Cue a dramatic six-hour standoff before the humans finally call in backup!
They don't make video games like they used to, not that these modern-day kids seem to miss them! In an installment of Fine Brothers Entertainment's "Kids React! Technology" series, a group of little ones and teens test the "ancient" Atari gaming system. Some of them don't even know how to turn it on! View Now
Though we call them hedgehogs... we think this specific prickly friend is more accurately a "pipe hog"! Miraculously, an alert homeowner notices Sonic's plight and calls our British animal expert Simon Cowell from Wildlife Aid. But even after he's free, seems like our thankful hedgehog tries to stick around for a while! View Now
The average police "chase" is hardly worthy of the name because most suspects don't have high-speed driving experience. Even though he almost hit an Iowa Sheriff's Deputy, a panicking pickup truck driver basically arrests himself when his cross-country pursuit destructively ends in a field! View Now
You won't be able to stop laughing when you watch this mom try virtual reality for the first time. The game features creepy dolls and ghosts. Her reactions included using a fly swatter, praying and doing the sign of the crucifix. View Now
You better look up from your phone, if you're playing Pokemon Go in Basel, Switzerland. Four people are dressed as Pikachu and following around gamers. It's an act of revenge. They are saying Pokemon are fed up with getting things thrown at them all day. From their van and on foot, these human-sized Pikachus are throwing out Pokeballs in an attempt to hit people using the app. From adults to kids, no one is safe from this game of revenge, but we are loving it. View Now
Some people are going to great lengths to catch 'em all, especially in Hong Kong. Just look at this guy, James Sight decided to play Pokemon Go on the roof of a tall building. At one point, he even walks along the building's edge before casually sitting down. It's as if he never noticed where he was. The popular app does warn users to be aware of their surroundings, but it looks like YouTuber ILLSIGHT never saw that either. View Now
When it's 100 degrees outside, your swimming pool probably doesn't cool off that easily. The guys with the YouTube channel TechRax thought they could speed up the cooling process and ruin some electronics at the same time. These guys put 1,000 pounds of dry ice into the pool and made a steamy vat of cold water. But, they didn't stop there. They tossed in brand new gaming equipment and had their friend bellyflop into the fog. View Now
Apparently, the game Dance Dance Revolution is still a thing, especially in this Virginia Beach arcade. A dancer with seemingly inhuman abilities caught the attention of Ryan Oakes and now folks on the internet. The arcade dancer was effortlessly playing Dance Dance Revolution at an extreme speed, and everyone couldn't get enough of watching his insane talent. View Now
People are going to great lengths to catch Pokemon while playing Pokemon Go. The pranksters from the TGFbro YouTube channel went around a neighborhood knocking on the doors of strangers to catch Pokemon. The poor people seemed bewildered and threatened by the strangers soliciting in their homes. View Now
Math problems and mastering video games are some of the harder parts of childhood, but this boy isn't going to let anything hold him back. 11-year-old Tiyo Satrio was born without arms or legs. He lives with his family in Indonesia. The differently abled child has learned to master playing video games and is an exception student in his school. You'll be amazed by the way this creative young child has learned to overcome his physical challenges. View Now