It’s no secret that Bloodborne, like many of today’s games and movies, draws inspiration from a huge list of sources, not least of which is Lovecraftian Horror. This style of horror focuses on the cosmic unknowable; man’s place in the vast universe is so infinitesimally small that his greatest achievements are worthless.
Bloodborne has been with us for a few months now. It’s challenging, great to look at, and critics are having a hard time saying bad things about it.
But did the pre-launch hype machine paint an accurate picture?
Read on for an Honest Game Trailer’s take on Bloodborne.
Modern games can have extremely realistic-looking environments and situations. Sometimes it’s easy to forget that you’re really just looking at a bunch of coloured triangles.
Until, of course, you run over a spot the developer hadn’t anticipated and fall through the floor. Because… it doesn’t actually exist. The suspension of disbelief is gone.
Enjoy these five hilarious game glitches.
Over the years, poor Mario has suffered more on-screen deaths than John Hurt. Now the Internet has gotten together to create even more mayhem in Mario’s life all over YouTube.
Read on to see how Mario tries to handle an errant Bullet Bill cannon, with hilarious results.