CLICKBAIT: Inside the world’s largest VR arcade, Paperboy post-mortem, and Peter Molyneux gets nostalgic

Clickbait is your weekly wrap up of interesting and must-watch videos you’ve missed this week. This list is produced as a result of procrastination, caffeine, and late-night YouTube link surfing. Some videos will amaze you and some will tickle your funny bone. Also, don’t forget to check out the secret link at the end of the article.

We showed Peter Molyneux every game he’s ever made

Peter Molyneux is responsible for some of the most memorable games in history. Best known for his games which include Syndicate, Theme Park, Black & White and Dungeon Keeper, Molyneux’s career spans nearly 40 years and in this video, the guys from People Make Games take him on a fascinating journey through each of his games.

How I Really Feel About That BEL-AIR Trailer

Most of us grew up with the Fresh Prince and I bet you, you know most of the lyrics of the theme tune. If you don’t, shame on you. Now there’s a new TV series in the works that re-imagines the story as a drama. Check out Will Smith chatting to the cast and director. I think it might work.

Reggie Watts disorients you in the most entertaining way

Don’t’ worry if you don’t get what’s going on initially, keep watching. In this TED talk, Reggie Watts blends language, music and poetry; and crosses musical genres in this mind blowing talk.

Inside the Largest Virtual Reality Theme Park In The World – VR Star Park China

What does the biggest VR arcade in the world look like? Check out Nathie as he travels to the the VR Star Theme Park that recently opened in Nanchang China. There are three floors filled with VR goodness and more than 40 simulators to engage with.

Justin Willman Makes This Guy Think He’s Invisible

Every few years a really great magic trick comes along. This one makes the subject think they are invisible, and the results are hilarious. This prank was all over YouTube as various ‘tubers tried to prank their friends. Here’s the version that started it all.

Classic Game Postmortem: Paperboy

Hands up if you spent hours playing the game classic, Paperboy, I know I did. At this year’s Game Developers Conference, Paperboy co-creator John Salwitz delivers a Classic Game Postmortem of Atari’s 1985 arcade hit.

The Avalanches – Because I’m Me

Great music video and awesome sampling from the 1950’s. This is the Avalanches with Because I’m me, sampling Why Can’t I Get It Too” by the Six Boys of Trouble. Nice!







Secret link 

EA Play event and Steam Game Festival keep #delayed trending this week