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The Most Unlucky Mario Kart Player

This, folks, is the very essence of "get wrecked."<p>Watch as Daisy is completely unable to catch a break in this video by HowBoutGaming:<p>I think my …

Mario Kart

Splatoon Second Opinion: Best In Show By A Paint Shot

It\’s not often you come across a game like <i>Splatoon</i>. Living up to expectations is the tallest mountain a game can climb when it comes to the likes of …

Splatoon

Slack plays Pokémon: how we're playing Pokémon through chat at work

The Vox Media product team, the folks who develop our websites and back end tools, surprised us today by adding Pokémon support to Slack, the web-based group chat program we use to communicate.<p>Developer and design intern Robert Vinluan created a program for Slack that allows users to take a break …

Sanuk Games Discuss Debut Wii U Game - Bombing Bastards A Bomberman-Inspired Party Game

<i>Bombing Bastards</i>. What a name.<p>Sanuk Games announced it was bringing its <i>Bomberman</i>-inspired puzzle-action game to the Wii U eShop a couple weeks ago. …

Retrogaming

Nissan Turns 'Gran Turismo 6' Car Into a Real Car

Nissan unveiled a new GT-R prototype at England’s Goodwood Festival of Speed on Thursday.<p>The design process for the 2020 GT-R was somewhat unique. …

New Mii Fighter Details for Smash Bros. 3DS, Wii U

IGN recaps this week's Smash Bros. photos from Miiverse. Check out all the latest details.

Practicing immoral behavior in a game may make you more morally sensitive, study says

The conventional wisdom about violent video games is that playing them can desensitize you to the violence in question, leaving you less able to care about those immoral acts in the future. New research indicates that the exact opposite may be true.<p>A study led by Matthew Grizzard (photo below), …