"Mob mentality tries to squash anything outside of itself, even when that outgroup is a legion of superheroes protecting the majority’s existence. But people just want to feel accepted. Most of us desire to be part of something bigger than ourselves while remaining unique and beautiful in our own right. It’s those sort of existential dilemmas and connection to the disenfranchised that makes X-Men great, yet despite dozens of forays into video games, we’ve yet to see that human side of the comic make the trip. It might not be an X-Men game by name, but InFamous: Second Son is the closest anyone has come.”

Review: InFamous: Second Son is a great X-Men game in everything but name


"On the Wii’s version of The Bachelor, optimism is only as powerful as your trigger finger. Each round is divided into a series of mini-games that stand in for the television show’s dates as seamlessly as a Teddy Ruxpin doll might stand in for your therapist. They are simple exercise that test one of five basic motor functions, repeating themselves in different situations but essentially boiling down to the same patterns. (Hey, just like real dating!)”

—The Bachelor video game simulates the most miserable parts of dating High-res

"On the Wii’s version of The Bachelor, optimism is only as powerful as your trigger finger. Each round is divided into a series of mini-games that stand in for the television show’s dates as seamlessly as a Teddy Ruxpin doll might stand in for your therapist. They are simple exercise that test one of five basic motor functions, repeating themselves in different situations but essentially boiling down to the same patterns. (Hey, just like real dating!)”

The Bachelor video game simulates the most miserable parts of dating