Everyone loves lists. Here's a few provided by the Ragdoll Farcists contributors, along with some attached videos for the enjoyment of your eyes and ears.
His name is Angus Abbott. He’s a nineteen-year-old British boy who’s planning on completing one of the hardest video games ever created with nothing but a PlayStation Move controller held firmly within his rectum.
With God of War: Devil's Advocate, it appears Kratos is leaving the era of Greek mythology and breaching the realm of Christian folklore.
Hoth is a two-piece melodic black metal band from Seattle, Washington. While I’d assume this makes touring difficult, as there are more than two things going on at once in their music, it also helps to streamline the sound and story of their art.
Innocence & Decadence is a solid offering from Graveyard that fits somewhere within ‘70s’ rock, modern stoner, and American blues.
With the GTA V 1.32 patch, Rockstar is determined to make the most realistic law enforcement AI ever seen in a video game.
If there’s one thing that Kylesa is masterful at, it’s setting a mood through their music. Exhausting Fire is trancelike: slow, simple, and muddy.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment revealed that it plans to debut a game based on the Looney Tunes Show.
Whispered is heavily inspired by three things: Finnish melodic death, the Oriental culture, and video games. Quite frankly, three of the greatest things that man has ever created.
Ubisoft will be working closely with the creator of the Where’s Waldo books, Martin Handford, on an upcoming Assassin’s Creed 3DS title.