How Rezephos flew through Super Mario World without getting a single mushroom, fire flower, cape, star, or Yoshi...we may never know. There were some truly miraculous achievements at Summer Games Done Quick 2016 this year. These are some of our favorites:
I don't understand this game, yet I find myself intrigued. Catherine's a puzzle-platformer for Xbox 360 and PS3. You play as a laid back dude named Vince Brooks who dates a lady named Katherine, only to end up falling into a love affair with a sex kitten named Catherine. See what they did there? Juggling two love interests almost always gives way to a full-fledgted sh*tstorm, but 'Ghoul02' upped the ante by playing through the game using two controllers at once.
Mario Kart: Double Dash!!
In this run, 'druvan7' gases up and destroys the All Cup Tour in speed demon fashion.
Check out the rest of the speedy playthrough achievements over here!
What a time to be alive. The game titled, HK, is still very early in development, but the creators went ahead and posted a Q&A to the game's development blog. And this is what we can tell ya based off that:
The third-person solo adventure game takes place in a dystopian city inspired by Kowloon Walled City (see real world shot below), and it takes place in the somewhat distant future based off the presence of humanoid robots:
Check out one of the in-game screenshots that have since been released:
Sure, the game isn't as far along as we could've hoped; but based off what we've seen so far it looks like they nailed the cat's movements! And the image that was shared for the game back in October 2015 makes it look like the game will be using Unreal Engine 4.
MyMiniFactory's production squad, lead designer Kirby Downey reportedly spent 35 hours designing and preparing DOOM's BFG for printing. On top of that the project was so damn massive that the company had to go ahead and split the model into over 70 pieces for the printing process, which ended up taking over 1,000 hours -- with additional pieces taking almost a month to print.
Bethesda states that this work of DOOM-inspired art is so heavy it takes at least three people to carry the beast.