Graham and Paul take you on a relaxing trip to Columbia.
Bruce Wayne hosts the worst press conference ever.
It's a bad day to be a narrator.
Satoru Iwata and Reggie Fils-Aime bore us to tears with peripheral Wii U features.
Cam and Kathleen debate how much smuggling is too much.
KillahByte and the North West Customs crew do to office furniture what Pimp My Ride does for cars
In a snow-ridden city, a blonde guy unleashes a book monster.
Aren't weddings such magical affairs?
In a rural town, citizens discover a ghastly murder in the forest.
"Vanquish" sounds better than "Space Russians vs the Robot Men", right?
Choose your destiny. Protip: Make it not be this game.
Graham and Paul take us through the sandy desert in order to bring us to Spec Ops: The Line.
A primitive proto-commentary track.
Space cowboys and double-bladed lightsabers ahoy!
The amazing adventures of Default Guy and the giant Dragon.
Stories on NBA2K16, The Witcher 3, Fallout, Hearthstone, and the FTC as it pertains to YouTube.
This week's episode is sans skeleton, unlike most coffins.
Yes, he's back, but don't take this as a sign he ever will be again.
When a scene opens on an idyllic setting, it's really only a matter of time until it all goes to hell.
Just keep asking yourself, "Does this seem remotely like a game I want in my house?" (The answer is no).
It's got demons! It's got forging! It's got LIES because it's got NEITHER of those things.
Okay, who decided to make Donald Duck the one guy in charge of casting complicated magic spells ?
A very interesting installment of GearGasm introduces a 300GB optical disc.
It's now! Right now! It's pie!
This week we learn all about death, and how your loved ones will probably be disrespecting your remains.
Some kind of help is the kind of help we all can do without.
We don't know where this world is, or why we should care, but apparently it's dawn.
Graham and Paul ponder cleavage and poor office attire.
Well, at least they're not furiously typing on a keyboard in a van.
Spiders, larger spiders. Nope, nope, nope. Leaving now.
our mom may hate Dead Space 2, but maybe she'll like this! Or not.
Van Dump 2 the sequel reborn.
Graham and James dive into Magic Online Cube draft while Jeremy, Kathleen and Alex play in their store's[…]
Explicit television is explicit, and other obvious truths.
Graham and Paul use the knowledge they've gained from Unskippable for "good".
The female Tekken characters just can't catch a break with their costumes.
Orphen may or may not be an actual orphan.
Trolling the Vermont State Police, one decal at a time.
I don't know if Kathleen should be put into a robot.
Behind the scenes of LRR sketch Scout's Honor.
Behind the scenes of Google's Self Driving Car Original video here:[…]
Graham and Dark Jedi Paul, together at last.
Graham and Paul are going back to the PS2 for the month of August. There's a lot of games they missed.
Further proof that Crytek has something against the letter 'I'.
The latest Sonic game puts up warning flags for concerned citizens.
Paying for Japanese French fries is no joke. So jerk responsibly this winter.
The Feed Dump gang crowds into a hot tub, and makes like, six solid minutes of dick jokes.
But this time, it's for real...
Kathleen, Tally and Ash take a tour of the reckless, dangerous parts of America. Like Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Behind the scenes of the horror-themed, Fear Itself
Sometimes, being the head of a crime family isn't all it's cracked up to be.
Who exactly wouldn't want a chip in their head? I guess that it is the next step after smart phones.
Apparently, we know MUCH less about this show than we thought we did.
Before you jump into the latest dating sim, watch Kathleen's handy primer.
Behind the scenes of the commodoreHUSTLE episode Laughter!
It was the end, but it also was a beginning... of an end.
If you drink 1000 cans of cola in a day you should probably see a doctor.
Nothing will wake you from a peaceful slumber like Rihanna cuddling your monkey.
It's really less of a "march" and more of saunter. Or a mosey.
Child Protective Services, protecting children from a poor choice in names since its inception.