So Fallout: New Vegas came out a couple weeks ago, although we really aren't 100% on how many days its been because, well, we aren't sure what day it is now. All we know is that we can't stop playing New Vegas. It is that freakin amazing. If you read our earlier preview you know that it is in fact not that different than Fallout 3. Read more of our review after the jump!
Sony invited us to play a bunch of titles they're releasing for its new Playstation Move platform, which is their answer to The Nintendo Wii-mote. For those of you unfamiliar with The Move, it's a set of accessories that can be used with your PS3 that includes a video camera and several motion sensor controllers. As a result, gameplay is drastically different than your typical PS3 games, involving sweeping, exaggerated movements.
Before man created laws, everything was legal. Or to put it more accurately: nothing was illegal. But as we became civilized, or rather, as we became less cave-man like, the smarter amongst us deemed Laws to be necessary and good. Since then things may have gotten a bit out of hand with the whole law-making business (laws are typically hundreds of pages long now), but one has to admit that they serve a purpose. And this is best illustrated by looking at some things that today are illegal, but in the past were not.
The 2010 summer blockbuster season hosted a slew of disappointing flicks, prompting critics and film-goers to crown 2010 "The Worst Movie Year Ever" by mid-July. This verdict is understandable given the mega-flops of the early summer (Robin Hood, A-Team), but it's a bit premature. When 2010 comes to a close, these 8 films might just save the year from being the worst ever.
The world is a dangerous place. Ever day thousands of people are killed by car wrecks, war, earthquakes, tsunamis, and boring celebrity gossip shows. But there are also plenty of things that we do every day that put us at risk or nudge us just slightly closer to death. And in case you weren't aware, we will help educate you on the shit you do every day that's gonna kill you, so hopefully you will stop doing it, and continue to come back to COED.
Pornography used to be illegal in the United States. Hard to imagine, but true. Like a world without flowers, pretty birds, or Megan Fox, the world without porn was a cold and ugly place. But thankfully something happened to change that: millions of stoned hippies getting naked, annihilating cultural taboos, and initiating a sexual revolution that some would say culminated in the 1970's when feature pornos were actually taken as serious cinema.
Aug 27, 2010
If you are a gamer then you are certainly aware that Mafia II's release date is August 24th. You've seen the ads and you may have even down loaded the Demo. That is, of course, if you are not Snoop Doggy Dogg, because as a result of his being unbelievably cool, he gets to do stuff the rest of us don't, like blow up Armored Trucks and play video games months before they're released. As is the case with Mafia II. And here is a photo of Snoop playing Mafia II back in 1999, before the PS3 was even thought of.
Aug 25, 2010
The first day at a new job is typically a nerve racking combination of excitement, anxiety, and often, puke. You feel your stomach churning, trying to remember if the bathroom was down the hall to the left or down the hall to the right as you jump up and narrowly avoid knocking over the cute receptionist as you run through the corridor spewing chunks all down the wall. Or maybe not. But that is one way to screw up your first day at work.
Aug 16, 2010
We didn't get to attend Comic-con, but we still heard all the buzz about Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World here in NYC. Earlier this week COED was lucky enough to attend a screening of Scott Pilgrim, however, and we must admit that the buzz isn't just hype: Scott Pilgrim vs. The World is pure pop-culture cinematic bliss.
The Penis is a marvelous organ, possibly the single most important instrument in all of the universe. It is the Penis, after all, that makes us who we are, and yet there is much that you probably don't know about your penis.
Have you heard stories of people "joining the mile high club," but always wondered how they do it? As it turns out, gaining membership into this club is really not all that difficult as long as you plan ahead and use caution.
Are you sitting at home at the end of every month wondering how you blew your entire paycheck again? All you did was eat, sleep, and drink insane amounts of alcohol so there's really no explanation for where all your money went. Or is there? Guys, just like you, are wasting your money on stupid things every single day. Try to just cut one of these out of your life and you'll be able to actually put a few dollars into some kind of savings account.
Poker is a lot like sex: do it right, and it's the best feeling ever. Do it wrong, and you're howling in pain rather than screaming in ecstasy. Also like sex, you can either make a great deal of money doing it or spend a great deal of money doing it -- and there are a many more people spending the money than making the money.
There will be times when you run out of dumb stories, jokes, and the other random crap that you talk about when you meet a woman you're interested in. You are probably very familiar with that feeling, that increasing anxiety and nervousness as your mind goes blank and her eyes begin to wander. You need to grab her attention, and fast! So what do you talk about?
There are somethings that every single guy should know how to do -- just in case. While I would never ever ever recommend you attempt a roundhouse kick in a crowded place like a bar, I would say it wouldn't hurt to be able to in case you needed to defend yourself (or start a drunken fight). But please, don't embarrass yourself, and make sure to only practice at home.
The truth is, there's rarely a "winner" in a bar fight, unless you consider getting arrested, banned, sued, or injured "winning." The absolute best outcome is to come away fully intact, with no injuries, and no stain on your public record or reputation.
Work sucks. Even for those lucky guys with the dream jobs, it still largely sucks. Which is why things like Facebook, Ebay, and solitaire were invented. Without these time-killers every single man in the world would likely have gone postal on their coworkers -- which is a lesson to all of you workaholics out there: don't wait until you are homicidal! Take action now to reduce the pressure that naturally builds from the boredom of the 9 to 5 grind. It's not wasting time or displaying "poor work ethic." No, it's actually saving lives. So use this guide to help you manage that bone-crunching, spirit crushing, mind numbing, endless work related hours of tedious boredom.
Guys are guys. If we weren’t guys, we’d be chicks. That’s just basic science. And since we are guys, we...
In a world in which honesty is scarce, lying may not appear to be a charming virtue. And of course, it isn't. But everybody knows that there are times when it is better to lie, whether to save another individual some unnecessary pain or to save yourself from unnecessary pain in prison. The truth is: honesty isn't always the best plan. Here are 5 instances in which you would consider lying.
Few people enjoy toiling for hours at the machines in the gym, and even fewer people get the results that they want. Yet, most people think the gym is the only way to get in shape, to get ripped, and to look good. This belief couldn't be farther from the truth. For those men that desire a body which women will also desire, there is a way, and while it still requires dedication and work, it provides other rewards which will keep you going. The answer? Martial Arts.
The world is full of liars. Every single day you will be treated to a banquet of untruths, fibs, falsehoods, fabrications, deceits, and deceptions. Most of these will be harmless enough, but there will also be times when we really do want to know if we are being defrauded, shamed, tricked, conned, and/or played. And with a little practice, you will.