Weekend Destructainment: Kinect 4

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[Weekend Destructainment is a collection of funny videos brought together from all across the Internet to bring you entertainment on these slow and boring weekends.]

Think Kinect is awesome? Well Mega64 lets us know that Connect 4 is way better. 

Destructainment is GO! After the break, the original StarCraft gets LEGO’d. Then a woman struggles to get through a game. Next up is a 72-year-old man rocking at Resident Evil 4. Then check out some awesome Mass Effect 2 cosplay.

Then it’s some awesome trick jumps from Halo 3. Followed by cartoons in real life. Next, see how happy people are when it comes to dedicated servers. Then it’s a funny StarCraft 2 Easter Egg. The Destructainment ends with the return of The Legend of Neil.

StarCraft, LEGO’d. Thanks, Adrian.

“Girls suck at video games.”

This 72-year-old Japanese man is awesome at Resident Evil 4. Spotted on Japan Probe.

Pretty awesome Mass Effect 2 cosplay from San Diego Comic-Con 2010.

Some pretty rad jump tricks in Halo 3.

Cartoons in real life. Spotted on GoNintendo.

Activision makes PC gamers really happy. Spotted on Crunshii’s C Blog.

Funny StarCraft 2 Easter Egg involving a flying porto-potty. Thanks, EscapingJail!

The Legend of Neil returns for the final season.


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