This compilation of videos will teach you to expect the unexpected.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Seriously, I don’t ever get tired of videos of American troops coming home and surprising their families at baseball games.
Adidas invited fans into a photobooth to show their support for the British soccer team.
I caught this at a preview screening (reviews were embargoed until today) and honestly, I'm still amazed at two things: one, that this movie ever got made, and two, that it didn't get smacked with an R-rating.
To Westerners, Japanese dating games are really weird.
You've got to give Starbreeze Studios some credit: their latest game, "Syndicate," <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/gammasquad/2012/02/asuras-wrath-and-syndicate-the-reviews">was a rush job</a>, but they at least had time to hide a cookie in the game for people who were thinking about stealing it.
Double Fine is a game studio best known for "Psychonauts" and being where all the great artists from LucasArts went to make adventure games once George Lucas decided the best use of his time was to strip mine "Star Wars" for every last nickel.
This chart is from Gamasutra, who crunched the numbers and found, well, this.