Backdoor caucuses. Secret handshakes. Faked deaths. Suicide pacts in towns that vanish off the map. These video game conspiracies aren't just theories, they're real!
In space, no one can hear you scream. Because it's a vacuum and there's no sound. So this episode isn't exactly scientifically accurate.
We are vengeance. We are the night. We are the Batmen. You might think there's only room in the world for one Batman, but as we're about to show you, the universe is filled with all kinds of Batmans.
The Continue? boys (Paul, Nick and Josh) and their special guests get high on their own supply this week.
The Continue? boys (Paul, Nick and Josh) and their special guests reveal their picks for the most broken games ever. Tune in and let us know if you agree.
The 5x5 boys take the most egregiously offending games to task for their poor use of correct grammatical presentation.
For the most part, video games could be considered rather wholesome entertainment. Then there are the shining few that are so vulgar, so raunchy, so dirrty, you're afraid to let people know you've played them.
As one of the most successful video game franchises of all time, Call of Duty has made an incredible impact on the 5x5 crew.
Urban legends have been part of our culture for generations, but with the advent of the internet, more wild speculation about what is and isn't real has reached insane heights of pandemonium.
Once in a generation, there comes a rapper turned actor so amazing, he (or she) rewrites the book on what quality voice over work really is.