Video Games

For auto fans, there is one great by-product of E3: A first look at all the new racing games that will be devouring hours of your precious seat time in just a few months time. Leading the way this year is Gran Turismo Sport, the latest (and sport-car-centric) installment of the lauded racing rim, which premiered with brand new gameplay footage at the video game world's largest convention this weekend. Get ready to kiss that social life goodbye, people.

Shot in 4K. Inspired by Forza Motorsport and Need for Speed​. Our homie Zwingfilms​ has a whole new take on the car modification process. Check out the teaser for his latest project, Mode Movie, right now.

Premiers tonight at 9pm PST on Zwingfilms' YouTube!

To celebrate the Ghostbusters​ reboot trailer, we decided to take a look at the many incarnations of the Ecto-1—from ambulance to LEGO​—over the course of its 32-year reign.

Oh, and don't worry, that green goo should buff right out.

Remember SkiFree, the free, side-scrolling Windows game that pitted unwitting skiers against a host of trees, jumps, mountain traffic, and, of course, a terrifying Yeti that popped out and devoured players every time, no matter what you did or how loud you screamed? Well, thanks to Andrew McMurry, the Yeti is back and more terrifying than ever. Point those tips downhill and see what we mean.

The latest installment of the Need For Speed franchise drops this fall, but up until this point we knew very little about the gameplay. Would it be a new Underground? A chase-based Hot Pursuit edition? A straight-up arcade racer? Well, today EA has answered questions with an amazing new trailer that breaks down Need For Speed's 5 new game modes. From speed to style, muscle cars to tuners, this one seems to have a little bit of everything, so check it out and start counting down the days until November 3rd.

Parkour and video games seem to have an interesting overlap, and this Mirror's Edge-inspired edit by Claudiu Voicu certainly strengthens that connective tissue. There are some seriously stylized moments in here, but rest assured everything is real, so plug in and take a jog through the proverbial Matrix.