Ten of the guys who work on EVE Online, along with some "special guests", are going to fight Iceland's Gunnar "Gunni" Nelson next month. Gunnar is a UFC fighter with twelve wins (and two blackbelts) to his name. They are all going to die.
Call of Duty and Assassin's Creed are the kind of games with season passes. Offers where you pay a lot up front then get access to all that game's DLC down the line. It doesn't sound like a very Nintendo thing to do, does it?
A traditional definition of cosplay, if such a thing even existed, would probably include some requirement to wear a costume. But you can sometimes achieve the same end result with nothing but make-up.
OK, so he doesn't have a heavy cloak and half-a-dozen weapons weighing him down, and he's not being chased by the local constabulary, but this guy still does a damn good impression of Assassin's Creed's trademark climbing.
All you need is a chess clock. With that simple addition to the game, you can turn Jenga into a thrilling duel where time is your worst enemy. Which is to say, with a chess clock, you can make Jenga way, way better.
Dogs are big, dumb, infinitely lovable obedience machines. Cats--love 'em, hate 'em, or spend half your day giggleweeping to Internet videos of them--are anything but. Why are they so willfully difficult? What's going on in their heads? The short version: we don't really know.