Wipeout which is apparently stylised as wipE′out″because how fuckin’ 90’s is that shit is a series that revolves around whipping floating cars around a mile-high race track as thumping techno does it’s best to bring the hype from the tinny CRT speakers it’s likely connected to. A game that, believe it not, owes pretty much it’s entire existence to Angelina Jolie.
Judge Dredd Only Gets 10 Minutes Off Per Day
Judge Dredd is a character who hails from a hellish, dystopian universe in which the justice system has degraded to such an extent law and order is a mocking facade of what it used to be and the characters like Judge Dredd are empowered to be, quite literally, judge, jury and executioner with even the most minor crimes being punishable by a gunshot to the back of the head from a toddler-sized hand cannon. A job from which Dredd gets so little reprieve he only rests for about 10 minutes per day.
You’re Not Supposed to Know Whether or Not Link Has a Big Swingin’ Dick
In terms of sheer numbers it’s arguable that, with the exception of Mario, Link from The Legend of Zelda series is the most popular and eminently recognisable video game character of all time. An impressive feat considering that, by design, virtually everything about the character is a total mystery to the point you’re not even supposed to know that he has a dick.
That Time the Author of 50 Shades of Grey Sued People For Having Sex Parties
If you spent any time online during the release of 50 Shades of Grey you were likely witness to the glorious shitstorm or turd tornado that was fuck book aficionados everywhere dumping on the book from lower orbit. In part, because it was an obvious, admitted rip off of Twilight. Something the book’s author E.L. James has since tried to downplay to the point she’s had the gall to threaten people for ripping off her idea.
That Time a Guy Discovered an International Smuggling Ring, In EverQuest
It will probably come as no surprise to the seasoned gamers reading this that people will leverage any advantage possible to succeed in the virtual world up to and including dropping actual hard cash to secure an extra few stat points or sword capable of cleaving through lower level players like a lightsaber through through a Stormtroopers shaft. Something that came to the attention of non-gamers thanks to an expedition to the virtual realm of Norrath in 2001 by an economist called Edward Castronova.