Cake is often a sauce of inspiration for video game rewards, plot points and even scenery. But, it should be taken with a grain of salt as it could be a lie.
The bonkers plinky-plonk potfest continues as the Critic goes in depth on the topic of the eternally ridiculous Reefer Madness. Part two of two.
Gaming has some great worlds, but the labs at Aperture Science embody full character arcs. Let's take a look.
Ever wanted to gaze into the maw of insanity? Now you can!
Thrills! Spills! The Critic being violently assaulted and reverting to his default settings! Oh, yeah, and there's something about a video game in here somewhere. Probably.
VROOM VROOM. Or something like that. Mega CD Month continues with Jaguar XJ220. One of the few racing games on the Sega CD, and it's actually quite fun. Most of the time.
The Sega CD wasn't all bad! Honest! Well, it mostly was. There are a few games worth mentioning though.
Be wary of staring into the abyss, for the abyss will stare into you.
The Critic tells blatant lies about a time he went skiing, and a polar bear apparently gets shot or something.
The Critic Core's debut episode, in which he takes a look at what happens when hip-hop is dragged into the 19th century and given a thoroughly British makeover. Warning: may contain teapot-induced mishaps.
Grandpa plays video games against a torturous computer in hopes of cake.
The Mutton Chop Gamer looks at Portal 2
It's pretty cool when games make an explanation for why you have more than one life.
It's the third broadcast of SmashFM and host Max Marriner is rollin' around at the speed of song,
You're not perfect.
The voice of GlaDOS, The Adminsitrator, Gipsy Danger, and MOAR returns for her second MAGFest!
On this installment of Favorite Games, we welcome on Cellar Door Games (Rogue Legacy), Zen Studios (Zen Pinball/Kickbeat), and more to talk about their favorite multiplayer games. WHAT FUN!
This week on Dapper Gaming Plays Ryan and Tyler play some Portal 2 co-op, and a lot of rock, paper, scissors.
Instead of having to retcon Portal's ending, why didn't Valve just give us something like this?
Even GLaDOS had to get into this strange phenomenon.