Food and video games go together like Mountain Dew and pizza, or hot dogs and chili or apple pie and ice cream. Basically any kind of food thing combo.
There's no place like home, and these people really turned out some fantastic designs. From sconces to duvets and carpets to furniture, these interior designers are the cream of the crop.
Sometimes, waiting for a game you've been anticipating can be an excruciating process. Then the game arrives and all is right in the world... until you actually play it, and the pain is all too real.
We've all been there. Our friends are hanging out chatting about the cool moment in that classic RPG, and they we are with nothing new to interject into the conversation. We just nod along, and before you know it, we've turned their stories into our stories, and it's just like we played the game ourselves.
We've all got our favorite games. We've all got games we hate. Then there are those games in the middle; the ones you're afraid to talk about in front of your friends. These are the Best Guilty Pleasure Games.
Pull out the multitap, get your favorite fighting game, and settle in for the best video games to play at a sleepover with your friends who are totally there because they like you, and not because you're the only kid at school with a Gamecube.
It's a bonafide bonus episode of 5x5 where we teamed up with our good buddies over at ScreenCrush to dish the dirt on the worst video game movies.
Sometimes, the payoff in a big video game plot twist is terrific. Other times, you're left questioning not on the game, but your existence on the mortal plane.
I believe it was the late, great John Cougar Mellencamp who said, "Music is the weapon." That's so very true in the modern era.
History has taught us the biggest monsters you'll ever face are those with one eye. Or something like that.