A cult seizes control of a rural Montana county, and it’s your job to organize a resistance to free the community from the siege. While it’s set in a seemingly quiet and sleepy locale, there’s nothing but madness in this creepy, but plausible alternative America.
We can’t imagine how much time it took, but Mikhail Kramer replicated all of the major scenes from T2 using Grand Theft Auto V and a number of custom models. It’s been condensed to just an hour, but it’s still incredible. If nothing else, watch the canal chase sequence.
Rather than using sound bites from another movie or TV show, this Eclectic Method track is made primarily from weaponfire and reloading sounds from first-person shooters. As long as it doesn’t include the incessant microphone chatter of 10-year-olds, we’re good.
(Gore) A gameplayer thinks he got a great deal on a fancy VR headset, but he gets way more than he bargained for when his virtual reality bleeds into his actual reality. Nukazooka’s short is packed with suspense and slick visuals. They should have called it “Oculus Thrift.”
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Like TV makers, Nintendo is finally admitting defeat in the world of 3D content, and offering up a new version of their popular folding handheld, devoid of the eyeball-crossing 3D top screen. The 2DS XL does everything the 3DS XL does, minus the 3D bit. Drops 7/28/17 for $150.