In the small village of Kosuge-mura, Japan, a population of 700 people are faced with a horrific do-or-die challenge...Either live and fight the zombies or accept defeat. No, not really this is strictly a promotion in the form of a made-up game trailer! Brilliant right? In an effort to bring more tourists and residents to their village, Kosuge-mura developed a live-action zombie survival video game...Well, this is just the trailer and no, the game is not up for sale. View Now
If you have a knack for mystical worlds and fantasy creatures then be entertained by Devin Super Tramp's latest video sponsored by WB Games. At first, it seems Devin is shooting one of his action-packed videos but when an orc crashes his set, you know this isn't an ordinary production. View Now
Before we say a word, you're probably already thinking these robots could never be real... You might be right. In gearing up for the release of the new PlayStation 4 video game, "Detroit: Become Human" the booth at the Toyko Game Show is turning heads. At first glance, visitors of the expo mistake the androids for humans but turns out they are actually state-of-the-art AP700 models... A.K.A. robots. JUST KIDDING! They are living, breathing people. That's OK, we were fooled too. View Now
Marriage proposals have happened everywhere at this point, so naturally the only place left for them to go is virtual reality. Alex wanted to propose to his girlfriend Kelly in a virtual recreation of her grandmother's home. Zero Latency was more than happy to help. After they complete a zombie outbreak game in VR, a virtual version of grandma's house came up and Alex proposed to a thrilled Kelly. The only question we have left is, can we try out that VR game? It looks awesome! View Now
If you have ever made a promise you didn't keep, the people you swore it to were probably disappointed, right? YouTuber CND is keeping the promise he made to his fans when he said if his video got 20-thousand likes, he would get a tattoo. Oh no, not just any tatt but the Nintendo Switch logo. Way to follow through! View Now
Dating in real life is hard, so why not try it out in virtual reality? "Virtually Dating" is a new series from Facebook that takes two people who've never met, places them in the same room, and transports them in a VR environment. Surprisingly they both enjoy the experience and even agree to a second date. View Now
When you're with your family, eventually there's going to be a fight over who gets to watch what on the TV. Some people want to play video games and others want to watch movies or TV. It's a problem that'll never be solved. Just kidding, of course, somebody solved it, that's why you're reading this! Check out the MirraViz Multiview. Three different projectors use "Direct-Photon Technology" that allows three different people view whatever they want on the same screen. View Now
Mario Kart has been a staple of hang-outs and not-so-friendly competitions between siblings for years. Now, you can take that experience out on the open road in Tokyo like these people did in this video! MariCar will rent you a go kart and let your friends dress up as classic Mario characters such as Mario, Luigi, and... Batman? Okay, so you can really dress up as whoever you want, but it looks like a lot of fun. View Now
Remember when your parents told you to go outside and stop playing video games? Well, the joke's on them because you have awesome creative minds like Abhishek Singh, who made a version of Super Mario Bros that you can play outside thanks to augmented reality! Using the Microsoft Hololens, Abhishek runs through the first level of the classic video game in Central Park. And just like in the original game, the princess is in another castle! View Now
Things go from 100mph to zero in a hurry when risky gambles backfire on the track. A nudge is all it takes to send our guy primoracer spinning across the busy raceway... and right into oncoming racers! Looks like he'll need more than a wax to get out those nasty "scratches." View Now
Team BlackSheep doesn't need a giant arena to race their Tiny Whoop drones—any plain hotel room will do! These miniature drones come with screens built into the controllers too, so it's almost like you're playing a real-life video game as your zoom and weave through the bright LED "checkpoints;"
Hugh Jackman was beyond excited to see the cast of Mario Kart in real life pull up to him at a stop light. If you didn't know better you never know this tough guy plays Wolverine because he is absolutely giddy about Princess Peach, Luigi, and Super Mario.
Ross Smith, Granny and Chuck Norris? Yes, you read that correctly. Everyone's favorite grandma is back and proves to be an excellent opponent for Mr. Norris as Ross looks a little worse for wear! It's all to highlight the new "Nonstop Chuck Norris" game. View Now
People talk about the "generation gap" in video games, but Nick Luciano and his dad are singlehandedly tearing down that myth! Watch as Nick's dad acts out emotes from the video game Overwatch alongside some of our favorite characters. It's not just one or two, either... he knows them all!View Now
Wes Cherry was interning at Microsoft in 1988 when he came up with the brilliant idea for a computer game that would absorb hundreds of hours of people's time. It was called Solitaire. Bill Gates actually approved the game to be included in the Windows operating system and the rest is history. View Now
In Japan, there is a demand for romance video games which explains the upcoming release of "New Wife." After courting an anime girl, the gamer then has the choice to marry her in a physical chapel. Wearing a virtual reality headset, the "groom" will experience a completely private digital ceremony. The gamer even gets to wear a tuxedo! Imagine that... View Now
"The Fate of the Furious" is the eighth entry in the hit movie series and releases in theaters this weekend. The Warp Zone recently teamed up with PistolShrimps to make this hilarious parody of the upcoming action movie. What would "The Fast and the Furious" movies be like if they starred Mario, Luigi, and Peach? View Now
What if you could bring your favorite video game to life? A company in Tokyo is doing just that, giving people the chance to act out their Nintendo Mario Kart fantasies. You pick a costume then hit the road. Drivers are on actual streets, and you just need a valid international driving permit. There might not be much time left, though, as Nintendo is suing the company over copyright issues. We're hoping this comes to the U.S. soon and legally! View Now
A little boy really wanted a Nintendo Switch so he made a replica from cardboard. Unfortunately, this console won't be compatible with real games, but with imagination, he'll be able to play with his toy for hours.
Zelda is once again at the forefront of video game culture with the recent release of "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild." That's why YouTuber Sufficiently Advanced set out to create an all-new way to automate his home by using the Ocarina from the game series! View Now
Jing Jing shared a video of herself playing the popular new Chinese video game Eighth Note. The video game is voice-activated and looks absolutely addictive. It may actually be just as fun to watch someone scream at the screen as it is to play. View Now
A legend is born when Twitch star Ice Poseidon features a random street musician on his popular live-stream. Though they'd never talked before, Ice Poseiden invites guitar-playing Dion Lovel up to his apartment and has him strum a hit Ed Sheeran cover. Secretly, though, "Ice" creates s Twitch account for his new friend and tells his thousands of viewers to subscribe and donate to Dion if they like what they hear! View Now
The gap between the physical and virtual world is even smaller thanks to the groundbreaking "Audi Sandbox." This touring European attraction lets you literally build your track in a real-life sandbox, which is then translated into a VR experience through state-of-the-art sensors and programs. Then, step inside an Audi Q5 simulator for a high-octane adventure on your custom track! View Now
Steve Saylor has grown a diehard YouTube following for his "Blind Gamer" gameplay commentary of trending video games. Although he has a visual disability, Steve's psyched up to try out the HTC Vive virtual reality headset. Watch him react as he steps onto the sands of Tattooine for the first time in an incredible Star Wars adventure!
Setting up an insane number of dominoes and then knocking them over is a pretty popular trend on YouTube these days. One of the popular YouTube channels decided to this trend is TheDominoKing. They recently tackled setting up numerous dominoes with a Mega Man theme and it's wicked cool! View Now