Hey, nerd! Yeah, you with the glasses and the twenty-sided die and the…other things a nerd likes. If you admire the sensitive portrayal of human relationships seen on The Jersey Shore and wish there was a show like that for you, you’re in luck. More
Summer is the perfect time for each new season of The Guild, Felicia Day‘s web series about a dysfunctional group of gamers trying to manage their online and offline relationships. They just released this new teaser for season 5, which starts July 26. It’s pretty vague, but it clearly gives us the setting: The Knights of Good are going to BlizzCon! More
What I’ve always loved about Nathan Fillion is his mastery of the deadpan delivery. You take him seriously even if the situation is bizarre: Dealing with space pirates in Firefly, romancing Keri Russell in Waitress, or playing a wacky writer at the NYPD on Castle. It’s only fitting, then, that he’d be the face of a tongue-in-cheek PSA about the gamers’ nemesis, swamp ass. More
A couple of weeks ago, we here at Crushable HQ shared with you an adorable nerdy marriage proposal via Pokeball. As we alternately ooh’ed and aah’ed over the creativity that went into the proposal, it occurred to us that we’ve been hearing about an awful lot of equally creative geeky marriage proposals lately. So because Sunday is a good day to go “Awwwww!” a lot, we’ve assembled ten of the best geeky marriage proposals of all time here for your viewing pleasure. Ready? Set? Awwwwwww! More
This is not a lunchbox themed after the NES. It is a lunchbox that IS an NES. And that, my friends, is a big, big win.
The original Portal had one helluva song at the end of it, for which we have Jonathan Coulton to thank. And guess what? Coulton’s done it again! Take a listen to “Want You Gone” in Portal 2′s ending credits, but beware of spoilers for the game itself: More
The other day, we introduced you to a whole bunch of pop-culture tie-in video games that you didn’t know existed. Today, we bring you the pop-culture tie-in video games we WISH existed. Get ready for some new classics! More
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a newly-released movie in possession of a large budget must be in need of a tie-in video game. It is also a truth universally acknowledged that these tie-in video games are always horrifically awful. It is NOT, however, a truth universally acknowledged that there have also been a selection of tie-in video games over the years that did NOT coincide with the release of a blockbuster, and which are legitimately quite good games. Did you know that Are You Afraid of the Dark? had a game? It did! Blade Runner? Oh yes! Monty Python? You betcha! Here are 14 of the best pop-culture tie-in games you probably don’t know about, but definitely should: More
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Annoyed by all the Team Edward vs. Team Jacob business? Now you can make the decision for Bella herself–all from the comfort of your computer screen. Some genius Twilight fans have concocted an interactive YouTube series which allows you to … More
Today (December 1), Disney Online announced the addition of an expansive new battle system to its popular online world, Pirates of the Caribbean Online (www.PiratesOnline.com). Players can now fight against the game’s main villain, Jolly Roger, as he leads an … More