It’s crazy to see how far video games have came in a short time. To help you visualize the transformation easier, here’s a 2-minute drive that starts from the beginning of Madden to where it’s at now.
Following in Danny MacAskill’s footsteps, skateboarder Eli Reed teamed up with Playboy to shoot this “Lost in Paradise” short film. Watch as Reed takes a nasty spill while skating in NYC’s Chinatown and subsequently wakes up in Hugh Hefner’s Playboy mansion surrounded by Playboy bunnies. He also does some skating. Check it out above.
Cajones. All three of these people have a big ol’ cajones. They climbed up to the top of a skyscraper in Hong Kong for one of the most epic selfies. You’ve ever seen.
This high-speed jet ski ride through a canyon is sure to make your heart rate just about double. I’m a huge fan of getting wild on a jet ski, but this might be a bit much. Any daredevils out there think they could handle this with as much ease?
Mac Lethal is well-known for his fast raps, and witty lyrics. This time around he takes a classic musical piece from Mozart, and does some rapping in hopes of inspiring today’s youth.
I mean, who doesn’t love a good chick fight? These little skirmishes broke out during an Eastern Conference playoff game for the Lingerie Football League. Things definitely get a little intense.
I’m sure this just became a lot of people’s favorite beer company. Peacemaker Anytime Ale will be celebrating their launch here soon, and to commemorate that, they’ll be releasing a limited edition 99-pack of beers. That’s right! 99 beers! The case is 7 feet long, and will cost $99. That’s only $1 per beer. Visit their website for more info.
October 7th will bring the newest addition to the NBA 2K series. NBA 2K15 features life-like graphics, ultra-realistic gameplay, and much more. The game is available for pre-order now.
Hoodie just dropped this single and music video off his upcoming project. The song is called “Movie,” and it was produced by Parrish Washington & RJF. Expect Hoodie’s “People Keep Talking” to drop October 14th.
You’ve never loved anything as much as this dude loves his Fedora.
F1 race cars are some of the fastest automobiles in existent. Their sheer power is impressive to the naked eye, but when you add a thermal vision camera the race cars are even more remarkable. This footage was captured using a FLIR thermal camera, which showcases the insane temperatures an F1 car is capable of reaching while racing. Check out the mesmerizing video above.
Ever wondered what some seemingly popular sodas that were discontinued taste like? This video is for you. True story, I once emailed Clearly Canadian to plead with them that they needed to bring back Orbitz. Needless to say, I was unsuccessful.
The whole True Facts series from Zefrank is incredibly hilarious. I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of these videos. This time around True Facts is back to help you learn about marsupials.