Uncanny Valley – a very polished short from Argentinian production company 3Dar. An unnerving thought for anyone who’s ever played a FPS. To wit:
In the slums of the future, virtual reality junkies satisfy their violent impulses in online entertainment. An expert player discovers that the line between games and reality is starting to fade away.
Just in time for the Jubes and the Olympics, the latest stylish, gruesome teaser for Ubisoft’s upcoming Nintendo Wii U FPS zombie survival horror ZombiU promises a terrifying plague-ridden London filled with the undead.
Ah, terrifying plague-ridden London filled with the undead.
You may already be familiar with the insanity that is TrackMania.
Well here’s the announcement trailer for ShootMania Storm (launching at the end of 2012) – which allows players the ability to design and construct their own FPS levels.
Custom gameplay with map editor, scripting tools, control of dedicated servers and even machinima tools.
We somehow missed this one last week, but there’s now a fully functional version of the grandaddy of all FPS games Wolfenstein 3D available to play in your browser.
We’re refusing to acknowledge though that it was released to celebrate the game’s 20th anniversary.
1992. If you want us, we’ll be locked in our room, hating everyone.
The charming Gavin Free of Youtubers The Slow Mo Guys uses a Phantom HD camera to film coffee cups smashing at varying degrees of slow motion. Starting at the common-or-garden 500 frames per second, he ramps up to the frankly glacial but strangely beautiful 10,000fps.
You’ll want to fullscreen this, especially the 10,000fps finale.