As you might expect, most of our favorite videos from The Fine Brothers’ REACT channel on YouTube have revolved around technology and video games. Over the weekend, the latest reaction video featured a group of teenagers playing Mario Kart 64 for the first time.
Before Halo, before Call of Duty, there was one first-person shooter that could bring people together just as easily as it could tear friendships apart. One game could be the focal point of a 10-year-old’s birthday party or a pregame at a college dorm. That game was GoldenEye. The movie-licensed Nintendo 64 classic set the stage for console shooters for generations to come and still holds some cultural relevance nearly 20 years later. More →