Those who love fighting games and the brutal, competitive side of it have found a lot to like in Street Fighter V.And as a result, Street Fighter V’s reception hasn’t been nearly as welcoming and positive as Capcom had hoped.
A young American boy is the lead plaintiff in a lawsuit challenging his and others' placement on a government terrorist watchlist.According to the civil complaint filed in federal court in Virginia on Tuesday, the boy had been given an “SSSS designation indicating that he had been designated as a ‘known or suspected terrorist'" while going through airport security.
As much as we like to poke fun at it, there’s no denying the power of YouTube.Naturally, new releases see peak streams on YouTube.
An elderly woman in China knelt before a statue of a League of Legends character and prayed, touching off a viral reaction of equal parts amusement and sympathy.Someone inside an internet café snapped a picture of the woman kneeling and burning incense before a larger-than-life statue of Garen, a character who has been in League of Legends for about six years.
It’s only when they go without brains for long enough that the show’s zombies become standard-issue horror tropes.And, crucially, when iZombie zombies eat brains, they pick up some personality tics and memories from the deceased.