South Dakota gamer and musical artist NakeyJakey (a.k.a. “snakeboy229“) created a new video where he shares his amusing thoughts on dogs in video games. NakeyJakey, who floats around the screen on his fitness ball, makes it known what he is ready for our canine companions to get a more serious role in upcoming games.
happy father’s day I hope your dad pets a dog
— NakeyJakey (@jakeychristy) June 16, 2017
just lookin at good dogs pic.twitter.com/86pgbqtaMh
— NakeyJakey (@jakeychristy) June 19, 2017
Coder and designer Abhishek Singh has recreated “World 1-1” from Super Mario Bros. in Unity3D and brought it to life as a first person augmented reality game. Abhishek tested his game out by strapping on a Microsoft HoloLens, dressing up as Mario,and played it in Central Park.
Cram all your books into this backpack modeled after the Traveler’s Shield from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild to protect them. It has a padded back and straps (to protect you), and a double zippered closure so you can get to your stuff quick. Because we’ve heard it’s dangerous to go alone.
A sturdy shield loved by many an adventurer, this Breath of the Wild Shield Backpack will shield your important stuff from the real world. As an added bonus you can’t get in game, its bright blue features a print of the Sheikah’s Eye Symbol and a padded laptop/tablet sleeve. It’s best suited to helping you carry stuff, not so much defending against weak monsters or animals. Oh, and don’t actually use it for shield surfing.
South Dakota gamer and musical artist NakeyJakey (a.k.a. “snakeboy229“), who loves “creating videos about games for hot boys and gamer girls,” did just that by releasing an amusing video where he gives us a history lesson on the art of video game loading screens.
Loading screens suck, but they don’t always have to. Let’s hear it for video games everybody.
Nintendo and Universal Studios Japan broke ground last week on a site in Osaka, Japan to begin their journey towards the future Nintendo theme park, Super Nintendo World. They celebrated during the ground breaking ceremony by having Mario do a live-action run through a side-scrolling Super Mario Bros. level while on stage.