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Brand new album 'Lust for Life' out now. Listen: 🤍 Lana Del Rey - Video Games (Official Music Video) Sign up for updates: 🤍 Follow Lana Del Rey: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Lana Del Rey - Video Games (Lyrics) Swingin' in the backyard, pull up in your fast car Whistlin' my name Open up a beer and you say, "Get over here" And play a video game I'm in his favorite sundress, watching me get undressed Take that body downtown I say, "You da bestest," lean in for a big kiss Put his favorite perfume on "Go play your video game" It's you, it's you, it's all for you Everything I do I tell you all the time Heaven is a place on Earth with you Tell me all the things you wanna do I heard that you like the bad girls, honey Is that true? It's better than I ever even knew They say that the world was built for two Only worth living if somebody is loving you And baby, now, you do Hmmm Singin' in the old bars, swinging with the old stars Livin' for the fame Kissin' in the blue dark, playing pool and wild darts Video games He holds me in his big arms, drunk, and I am seeing stars This is all I think of Watchin' all our friends fall in and out of Old Paul's This is my idea of fun Playing video games It's you, it's you, it's all for you Everything I do I tell you all the time Heaven is a place on Earth with you Tell me all the things you wanna do I heard that you like the bad girls, honey Is that true? It's better than I ever even knew They say that the world was built for two Only worth living if somebody is loving you And baby, now, you do (N-now, you do, now, you do, now, you do) (N-now, you do, now, you do, now, you do) It's you, it's you, it's all for you Everything I do I tell you all the time Heaven is a place on Earth with you Tell me all the things you wanna do I heard that you like the bad girls, honey Is that true? It's better than I ever even knew They say that the world was built for two Only worth living if somebody is loving you And baby, now, you do (N-now, you do, now, you do, now, you do) Hmm-mmm Now, you do (N-now, you do, now, you do, now, you do)
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Wade spends 13 hours a day playing video games, in this clip from Season 1 of Digital Addiction. #DigitalAddiction Subscribe for more A&E shows: 🤍 Check out exclusive A&E content: Website - 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Stay up to date on all of A&E's premieres at 🤍 This groundbreaking new special uncovers the frightening world of digital addiction and the dramatic impact it has on those who battle it. Following Matthew, a video game addicted teen, and Gina, a social media addicted mother, this special highlights the often-ignored crippling compulsions and dangerous behaviors that present themselves through these various digital dependencies. With their families on the verge of destruction, experts will help these families to confront the problem and try to find a path to recovery. A&E leads the cultural conversation through high-quality, thought provoking original programming with a unique point of view. Whether it’s the network’s distinctive brand of award-winning disruptive reality, groundbreaking documentary, or premium scripted drama, A&E’s brave storytelling always makes entertainment an art. Visit us at aetv.com for more info.
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Over the years, we’ve ranked entire franchises, applauded critical darlings, and publicly shamed those that let themselves down. What we’ve never done, however, is curate a list of the games that are, in our humble opinion, nothing short of brilliant. TO BE CLEAR, this isn’t a list of the best games ever according to the likes of Metacritic, nor are we actually ranking them, so the game featured in the top spot isn’t necessarily any better than the game at number 101. Instead this list is our way of chronicling 101 fantastic titles that will always have a place in our hearts. The only thing we’ve stipulated is that they must be available on either current-generation hardware or the previous one, i.e., any console released since 2012, or on a PC. After all, it wouldn’t be very cool of us to recommend games that it’s near-impossible to get hold of. Here are the 101 Video Games that Everyone Should Play At Least Once. VO: Peter Austin (🤍ThatPeterAustin) & Ben Potter (🤍Confused_Dude) & Ashton Matthews (🤍ScrambledAshton) Script: Cat Elliot (🤍cat_elliott_) Video Editor: Ciaran Henry (🤍CiaranHenry268) 101 Video Games That Everyone Should Play At Least Once: • Animal Crossing: New Horizons • Assassin’s Creed II • Batman: Arkham Asylum • BioShock • Borderlands 2 • Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare • Cave Story+ • Celeste • Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped • Dark Souls • Dead Space • Deadly Premonition • Detroit: Become Human • Deus Ex • Devil May Cry • Disco Elysium • Doom • DuckTales • Elden Ring • Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion • Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture • Fallout 3 • Final Fantasy VII • Final Fantasy X • Gears of War • Ghost of Tsushima • God of War • Grand Theft Auto V • Grim Fandango • Half-Life 2 • Halo 3 • Halo Reach • Halo: Combat Evolved • Heavy Rain • Hitman: Blood Money • Hollow Knight • Journey • Katamari Damacy Reroll • Kirby’s Adventure • L.A. Noire • Life is Strange • Limbo • Mario Kart 8 Deluxe • Mass Effect 2 • Mega Man 2 • Metal Gear Solid • Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain • Metroid Prime • Minecraft • Mortal Kombat 11 • Nier: Automata • Outer Wilds • Perfect Dark • Persona 5 Royal • Pikmin 3 • Pokémon Yellow • Portal • Portal 2 • Quake • Red Dead Redemption 2 • Resident Evil • Resident Evil 4 • Shadow of the Colossus • Sid Meier’s Civilization IV • Sonic the Hedgehog 2 • Soulcalibur II • Spider-Man • Spyro the Dragon • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic • Stardew Valley • Super Mario 64 • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate • System Shock 2 • Tetris Effect: Connected • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim • The Last of Us • The Last of Us: Part II • The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild • The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time • The Sims 3 • The Walking Dead • The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt • TimeSplitters 2 • Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2 • Uncharted 2: Among Thieves • Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End • Undertale • Unpacking • What Remains of Edith Finch • World of Warcraft • Yakuza 0 #MustPlayGames #EssentialVideoGames #TripleJump Subscribe for more wonderful video game content from Ben Potter, Peter Austin, and Ashton Matthews! TripleJump provides video coverage of video games - including top ten lists featuring current gen platforms (PS4 & PS5, Xbox One & Xbox Series X/Xbox Series S, Nintendo Switch and PC), retro consoles (PlayStation, Nintendo, Xbox and Sega), as well as Worst Games Ever, video game challenges, launch games videos, first impressions, podcasts, livestreams and much, much more. Careers, contacts, and more information can be found on our website: 🤍 ⇨ Patreon: 🤍 ⇨ Twitch: 🤍 ⇨ Merchandise: 🤍 ⇨ Cameo: 🤍 ⇨ Livestream VODs: 🤍 ⇨ Podcast: 🤍 ⇨ Twitter: 🤍 ⇨ Facebook: 🤍 ⇨ TikTok: 🤍 ⇨ Discord: 🤍 Follow the team on social media: • Ben: 🤍 & Confused_Dude on PSN • Peter: 🤍 & 🤍 • Ashton: 🤍 & 🤍 Follow our friends! • Billy Ray Walrus: 🤍 • Rules Boss: 🤍 • Barbara Pis: 🤍 The TripleJump Podcast is hosted by Acast, but available on Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and more! Acast: 🤍
There are so many great games coming in 2023, we don't know where we'll find the time to play them all. For this list, we’ll be looking at video games releasing in 2023 that have us most excited. Note that we prioritized brand new games over remakes and remasters. Naturally, we aren’t including any games without 2023 release windows at the time of writing. Our countdown includes “Street Fighter VI” (2023), “Marvel’s Spider-Man 2” (2023), “Redfall” (2023), “Star Wars Jedi: Survivor” (2023), and more! Which of these games tops your most anticipated list? Share your enthusiasm in the comments! Watch more great gaming videos here: Top 10 Call of Duty Campaigns: 🤍 Top 10 Video Games That ENDED Their Franchise: 🤍 Kratos vs Master Chief: 🤍 Become a channel member to get access to special perks: 🤍 Challenge friends and family on our multiplayer Trivia! 🤍 Have your idea become a video! 🤍 Subscribe for more great content! 🤍 Visit our shop for awesome merch! 🤍 Your trusted authority for Top 10 lists, reviews, tips and tricks, biographies, origins, and entertainment news #Gaming #VideoGames #2023 #Games #Nintendo #PlayStation #Xbox #PC #Indie #Gamer
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AI in video games is very different than the AI in self-driving cars, smart home devices, and natural language algorithms. That’s because game developers have been sticking to the basics, but all that is starting to change. Researchers today are incorporating more cutting-edge AI advancements into games. In the future, these tools could result in games designing themselves with characters that can learn and adapt to the player. Read more here: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 Like The Verge on Facebook: 🤍 Follow on Twitter: 🤍 Follow on Instagram: 🤍 Listen to our podcasts: 🤍 Read More: 🤍 Community guidelines: 🤍 Wallpapers from The Verge: 🤍 Subscribe to Verge Science on YouTube, a new home base for our explorations into the future of science: 🤍
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Sorry this video is a bit more serious, next video is a return to form. I just felt like I needed to talk about this heading into the rest of 2022. Hopefully my story resonates with a few people, and hopefully i've convinced you to try out some other genres of games. Discord: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Twitch: 🤍 I’ve been playing video games for, as long as I can remember. I can remember the first time I held a controller in my hands vividly. The sheer size of the Duke way too massive for me at the time, but all that was just background noise in my head compared to the fresh sights and sounds of what is now my second favorite entry in my favorite franchise ever. Gaming during this time period was, limitless. I had no concept of developer or hardware restrictions, the limits of pre-generated responses from NPC’s or content in the game to consume. Halo was an infinite universe to create in and experience, Spyro had no end to the amount of dragons I could rescue, hell I can remember using an action replay in Pokemon Platinum, using the walk through walls cheat, and accidentally finding shaymin at the end of this long path of flowers. Come early 2021 it was time for me to upgrade, and after managing to walk into a best buy and just randomly come across a 3090 that I wasn’t even looking to buy at the time, I knew it was time to go all out. I managed to get a 5950x, the best motherboard I could buy at the time, and some sick RAM, there were NO compromises to this system, besides the fans I was running out of money. I built the computer, ran some benchmarks, and then didn’t play any games. At first I assumed I was just unmotivated, or maybe even burnt out, but over time I came to realize that I just wasn’t enjoying games anymore. I got scared, scared that I spent all of this money on a hobby I wasn’t interested in anymore, scared that the youtube channel I wanted to start was already dead in the water, scared that I’d be giving up a huge part of what formed my online identity. I calmed myself down, and took a step back. It makes sense that I’d start feeling this way about gaming, doing anything pretty much every day for long enough would ultimately become mundane and boring, what can I do to have fun with playing games again. For awhile I was stumped, but during my time I decided to just take a break and work on my Ultrakill video, and while that was technically still gaming, it was mostly for work and I could take the time to figure out what I wanted to really do about my problem. What I found though is that as I was taking a break from playing games for the most part, my desire to play them started rising again. But once I actually managed to get into a game and started playing, my desire to continue playing them would immediately fall, and I’d get off of it within 30 minutes. What I came to realize is that I had no variety in what I was playing. I would get on my computer and boot up the same FPS games, or just open up Minecraft, which I’ve been playing for years as well. I decided to actually take the the time and figure out other genres of games I could play, and I’ve never been happier for it. I realized that what I was experiencing overall wasn’t me not finding games fun anymore, I just wasn’t finding FPS games as interesting. Throughout 2021 I decided to take the effort to branch out into different video games, and what I learned was that I still enjoyed playing video games, I just needed a breath of fresh air. I played games like Forza Horizon, Monster Hunter, Ghostrunner, Spent some time on Spyro, replayed Sonic Generations, Sonic Unleashed, Cities Skylines, Dark Souls, Demon Souls, all of these games made me appreciate just, playing playing games in general, and reignited my love for the hobby. This peaked when Halo Infinite was released. For 6 years I waited for a follow up to Halo 5, I watched any lore video I could come across, scoured reddit posts and twitter threads that discussed what would happen in this game and tried keeping up with the game as much as I possibly could. I’ve already talked about Halo a lot on my channel, so keep my bias in mind, but this game gave me hope for new releases. Did I have issues with Halo Infinite’s campaign, of course, but how GOOD the gameplay was kept me from noticing them as much as I could have.
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IGN's Top 100 games list encompasses the best of the best throughout history, spanning generations of consoles, PCs, handhelds, and more. Our list last saw a major update back in 2019, and since then, there have been several games released that deserved to be added. And just as importantly, we looked at the totality of the top 100 as it stood, and asked ourselves a few key questions, leading to some beloved games being dropped off, and other games we previously missed being added to the ranking. Games added to our top 100 have to measure up to a few key metrics: how great a game it was when it launched, how fun it is to still play today, and how much any given game reflects the best in its class. While past versions of this list have put a big emphasis on a game's impact and influence, we've essentially taken that out of the equation, as many games that left a mark and inspired future developers may not stand the test of time and be all that fun to play right now. Or, quite simply, they may have been surpassed by other games. You can head to IGN to check out the full list in exhaustive detail, and we encourage you to check it all out for more context. With all of that said, IGN's list reflects the current staff's opinions of what are the 100 best games of all time - a collection of games that have continued to captivate us with their stories, wow us with their revelatory approach to game design, and set the standards for the rest of the industry. Here are the top 10 of that list. #IGN
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This video is a wild ride, so sit back, strap yourself in, and enjoy. Every now and then a little gaming miracle happens; lost video games are found and preserved for all to enjoy. Today we're looking at several cases of lost games, why they were cancelled, and how they were found, including Super Mario 64 Disk Version, Nuclear Rush and the SEGA VR, as well as The California Raisins and Bio Force Ape for the NES. Support Video Game Preservation! 🤍 🤍 🤍 Special Thanks: Daniel Lynch, Kenneth Hurley, Kevin McGrath, Marc Erikson, Rich Whitehouse, Ethan Johnson, Jeremy Smith, Frank Cifaldi, and CRV. Research/Writing by Dylan Mansfield Video Editing by TheCartoonGamer Voice Over by Rezrospect 🤍Rezrospect Sources/Further Reading: Jimmy130. “Photos 64DD : Super Mario 64 Disk Version.” Gamekult, 14 June 2014, 🤍 Accessed 1 May 2022. Jimmy130. “Super Mario 64 Disk Version - Les informations.” Gamekult, 24 June 2014, 🤍 Accessed 1 May 2022. Lynch, Daniel. Personal Interview. 29 November 2020. Pesce, Mark. “Learning from History: How to make VR bigger than the Web.” GHVR, 27 June 2016, 🤍 Accessed 25 April 2022. Hurley, Kenneth. Personal Interview. 6 July 2020. Horowitz, Ken. “Interview: Kevin McGrath (Electronic Arts Programmer).” Sega-16, 1 February 2005, 🤍 Accessed 25 April 2022 “Heavy Equipment.” Sega Visions Magazine, August/September 1993, pp. 92-95. Robson, Wayde. “WARNING: 3D Video Hazardous to Your Health.” Audioholics, 25 June 2010, 🤍 Accessed 25 April 2022. Whitehouse, Rich. “Sega VR Revived: Emulating An Unreleased Genesis Accessory.” The Video Game History Foundation, 20 November 2020, 🤍 Accessed 25 April 2022. “Adventures In The Magic Kingdom And The California Raisins Game.” Nintendo Power Magazine, November/December 1989, p. 95. Cifaldi, Frank. “Spotlight: California Raisins.” Lost Levels, 25 August 2003, 🤍 Accessed 25 April 2022. Johnson, Ethan. Interview with Rod Nakamoto. 9 October 2018. Lundrigan, Jeff. “Nintendo Game of the Month: The California Raisins.” Game Player’s Magazine, January 1991, pp. 64-69. Smith, Jeremy. Personal Interview. 14 April 2022. Banks, Mike. “California Raisins (Unreleased, Nintendo Entertainment System)” NintendoPlayer, 21 January 2003, 🤍 Accessed 25 April 2022. Cowan, Danny. “Spotlight: Bio Force Ape.” Lost Levels, 🤍 Accessed 25 April 2022. CRV. Interview with Chuck Vowell. 2010. Meston, Zack. “Proto Patrol: Bio Farce Ape.” Video Game Collector Magazine, Spring 2006, p. 10. #SuperMario64 #BioForceApe #CaliforniaRaisins #SegaVR #SuperMario #Mario #SEGA #Nintendo #Capcom