Was Aeris ever going to come back to life? Are Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy VII set in the same world? Is Gogo actually Daryl? Thanks to Yoshinori Kitase, we now have the answers to all of these questions. And they’re mostly “No.”
Wall-E is almost nine years old, so maybe it’s time to re-evaluate the movie. Maybe it’s not a morality tale about consumerism and the environment, with Wall-E as the example of purity. Because a new fan theory posits that the adorable robot is, in fact, Satan, and guys? It makes more sense than you’d expect.
In Nintendo’s recently released mobile game Super Mario Run, the famous plumber leaps his way through a couple dozen levels on his way to rescue Princess Peach from Bowser. Been there, done that. Yet perhaps there is a second, darker reading of this game? Maybe there’s an interpretation that shakes the accepted Mario …
It hasn’t even been 24 hours since the finale of Westworld season one, but already, fans are speculating about what will happen in season two. So far, the theories are compelling.
HBO’s Westworld is draped with the trappings of the horror, action adventure, and Western genres, but it’s best understood as a mystery. The show doesn’t exactly have a coherent, unified plot so much as a tableau of vignettes and characters whose interconnectedness is only vaguely clear. The more that the show reveals…
In this week’s episode of The Save Files, we take a look at one of Fallout’s most outlandish factions: the Church of Atom. At first, everything about the Atom’s religion sounds completely nuts...that is, until you play the Far Harbor DLC.
Pokémon Sun and Moon aren’t out yet, but they already have all sorts of ridiculous conspiracy theories. Things get pretty wild in this second episode of THE SAVE FILES, a new YouTube show where we tackle gaming mysteries every week.
So far, we’ve only seen a small slice of the newest Zelda game—but that’s enough to get some fans speculating wildly.
If you viewed the bizarre teaser for Death Stranding and immediately thought, “what the hell did I just watch,” the good news is that you are not alone.
There’s a pretty great easter egg hidden in Fallout 4, and it has some juicy implications about two of Bethesda’s biggest series.
The cute monsters are a distraction—there seems to be something much more sinister going on in Pokémon.
Limbo isn’t a straightforward adventure. It’s confusing. But it’s a good kind of confusing that inspires people to band together and try to solve its mysteries.
Maybe the trailer Bethesda released yesterday for Fallout 4 teased more than people realize—or at least, this is what some hardcore fans are speculating right now.
What if I told you that hunky Far Cry 1 star Jack Carver and creepy Far Cry 2 villain The Jackal were the same person? To quote Eurogamer’s Ian Higton: “The clue is in the name, people!”
Here’s a fun theory about Bloodborne that comes from someone who actually helped write the official Bloodborne guide. It postulates that maybe the kind, precious doll that takes care of us throughout the game isn’t who we think she is.
Five Nights at Freddy’s fans are big on mysteries; they love gathering clues and evidence that might shed some light on an otherwise cryptic horror game. But in the last few days, the fandom’s tendency to read too much into things got way out of hand.
Back when Grand Theft Auto V was originally released, one particular theory about race started floating around. According to some players, the cops in GTA didn't treat all of its protagonists the same. Some players thought that Franklin, the African-American character, got racially profiled by cops.
The twist at the end of Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire doesn't just make the Pokémon timeline bonkers. It might explain some of the stuff that Pokémon fans have been wondering about for years.
Destiny players spend the entire game fighting against something called "the darkness." But does anyone really know what the darkness actually is?
Without spoiling anything, not everyone in Dragon Age: Inquisition is who they seem. And if you delve into the game's lore, things can get very, very interesting.