Here are going to upload bizarre and funny things, what I am doing is very bizarre since I am from Uruguay and I speak Spanish, I am translating this so that you understand me
French man walks into Apple store and smashes every iPhone7 in sight in bizarre video
Meet Momotaro, the Dalmation who can ride a bicycle. No, seriously.
A walking advertisement for proper flossing.
Just like mom used to make...
You`ll see a bizarre video, challenging the laws of geometry. But in fact geometry stays always true to its laws.
This is a bizarre video... caution... many screamssss !!! Very Funny!!
Ever wish you could rank those cute YouTube videos? YouTube Slam lets you vote on the best music video, cutest video, most bizarre video, and more, and Veronica has the details on today's Tekzilla Daily.
Outlander review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Outlander from Mindscape for the SEGA Genesis. Outlander originally came to the Genesis in 1992 and would be released for the Super Nintendo a year later. It's a first-and-third-person criminality simulator with a touch of murder. Sounds marketable. Outlander is also one of many video games that followed the whole Mad Max theme. You start off behind the wheel of a car, and you think, "Oh, okay. It's like Rad Racer with homicide." Your car is equipped with a machine gun, you also have a shotgun you can aim out the window to blow their heads off. But as all the death and destruction occurs, your car runs out of gas and supplies. So when you see signs for towns, you have to stop and pull off like it's an exit or something. What a bizarre video game! This video review features video gameplay footage of Outlander for the SEGA Genesis and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Hyperdimension Neptunia from Idea Factory, Compile Heart and NIS America for the PlayStation 3. Hyperdimension Neptunia is a bizarre video game even for bizarre video games. The combat is convoluted, the story is ridiculous and the innuendo is a little overbearing, but unlike other bizarre JRPGs, Hyperdimension Neptunia is aware of it. The game has a terrific sense of humor that has fun with its audience, its industry and even itself. Things get started with a battle between four goddesses, a war that has evidently been raging for many years. You play as the goddess Neptune, but in the middle of the battle, your fellow goddesses decide to team up and get rid of you. They are Black Heart, who watches over the industrial realm of Lastation; White Heart, who rules over the ivory realm of Lowee; and Green Heart, the voluptuous goddess of Leanbox. This video review features video gameplay footage of Hyperdimension Neptunia for the PlayStation 3 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.