The Cutting Room Floor (TCRF) -- A web site dedicated to unearthing and researching unused and cut content from video games..Submitted by ant on Thu, 01/17/2013 - 3:38am. Addon/Modification | Apple Games | Arcades | Art/Design | Audio | Development/Quality Assurance Testing | Hacking/Modification/Cracking | Hardware | History | New Version/Update/Upgrade | Non-Apple Computer Games | Online Games | Personal | Reading Materials | Sight Seeings | Software | Technology | Television (TV) Show/Movie | Videogame Console | Web Games | Work | WoW
The Verge mentioned "The Cutting Room Floor (TCRF) is a site dedicated to unearthing and researching unused and cut content from video games. From debug menus, to unused music, graphics, enemies, or levels, many games have content never meant to be seen by anybody but the developers — or even meant for everybody, but cut due to time/budget constraints ..."
YouTube has a almost minute video collection showing "LORE in a Minute! -- ... your one-stop shop for the backstories of your favorite videogames, up until the moment you start playing.
GameTrailers (GT) has a bunch of retrospective episodes on various video games.
Dorkly shows a funny past time that your old overlord used to during outdoor events like barbeque (BBQ).
Dorkly shows its funny comic strip of a gamer's date.
World of Warcraft (WoW)'s Dev Watercooler - Rate of Change mentions Wowhead News' Non-Playable Character (NPC) Fashion: Dress Like Your Favorite Character to let players dress up with similiar armors worn by distinctive NPCs.
The Warp Zone's YouTube channel has a bunch of funny videos, mostly related to video games.
Your early bird overlord saw three funny comic strips this early mawning:
Bah, the old dying server was down again when your overlord tried to post again. Now, it's back and here is what was missed:
Blue's News share a Flash puzzle game titled "Cube Droid Saves the Galaxy" on Free Web Arcade and its official web site, Armor Games -- "Cube Droid comes to the rescue as his galaxy is invaded by mysterious cubes enclosing the planets. Our friendly robot has to remove the threat by collecting the batteries that hold the cubes together. 36 handmade levels on 6 different planets going from easy to darn difficult. A real treat for puzzle fans!"
This three pages Dorkly article tells the "ten/10 western games and trends that never caught on in Japan" -- "In the olden days of gaming, everything worthwhile came out of Japan, as did all of the console manufacturers.