Sep 16 2013
Go here to see insane video game fan theories that make sense.
Cohesive storytelling is a new thing in video games. The standard for nearly 30 years was to just fill the screen with whatever nonsensical lunacy lured the most quarters or sold the most copies, and even today it’s hard for games to break away from that formula. So fans fill in the narrative blanks with their own theories, adding layers of meaning and symbolism the creators almost certainly didn’t intend.
Why you still must like Walter White – [Pajiba]
You can download GTA V, but is it worth it? – [Insert Coin]
A field guide to procrastinators – [GeeksAreSexy]
Apparently it’s national Play-doh day – [Neatorama]
Justin Bieber in Batman vs. Superman, not – [FilmDrunk]
Monty Python for modern times – [TheChive]
Perfect angles for photo trickery – [Izismile]
Funny wedding announcement name combos – [WWIW]
Walking Dead is getting a spin-off – [TVOvermind]
Today’s girl is Nicole Beharie – [Maxim]
10 best you will always win – [BroBible]
Ten movies from 2003 still influencing cinema – [Gunaxin]
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