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  • Blog Post: Unboxing The Newest Kingdom Hearts Riku Figure From Play Arts

    Over the next weeks, new Kingdom Hearts figures from Play Arts are debuting. We recently looked at the new Halloween Town Sora, so this week we're giving Riku his time to shine. This is the grown-up version of Riku, so naturally he's a bit taller than the Sora figure, measuring at W 3.15”... More
  • Blog Post: Unboxing The Newest Sora (Halloween Town) Kingdom Hearts Figure By Play Arts

    Two Kingdom Hearts figures are releasing at the end of month, most notably a new Halloween Town version of Sora from Kingdom Hearts II. We unbox it to see it in action. As a big Kingdom Hearts fan, I owned a previous Halloween Town iteration of Sora, so I thought it'd be fun to compare the two in... More
  • Blog Post: Season Passes Are Starting To Sound Like Scams

    I was raised in a household that worshiped baseball. This meant I spent a good chunk of my weekly allowance on baseball cards. I was a collector. My father was a collector. It was serious business for us, yet even after opening hundreds of packs together, the thrill of seeing which cards we would get... More
  • Blog Post: Opinion: Let’s Talk About That One Character’s Family In The Force Awakens (SPOILERS)

    The following speculative opinion is mostly conjecture, but it draws heavily on events in Star Wars: The Force Awakens . As such, turn away now if you have yet to see the film. SPOILERS AHEAD! Based on the opening weekend numbers , I’m sure I wasn’t the only one to walk out of The Force Awakens... More
  • Blog Post: We Talk With Brian Michael Bendis On Jessica Jones, Powers, Marvel Films, And Video Games

    From his work with long-running series like Ultimate Spider-Man and Daredevil to his work on T.V. series like Jessica Jones and Powers , Brian Michael Bendis is a man who has a lot of irons in the fire. In addition, Bendis is a part of the creative vision behind the wildly successful Marvel Cinematic... More
  • Blog Post: Here Are Some Of Our Favorite Time Magazine VR Cover Spoofs

    The cover of this week's Time magazine is all about VR and Oculus Rift, and unfortunately the results aren't great. Thankfully, the Internet has pushed up its sleeves and made the best of it. If you haven't seen it yet, it features Oculus VR founder and inventor Palmer Luckey awkwardly leaping... More
  • Blog Post: Read This Comic! Locke & Key: Master Edition Vol. 1

    A couple weeks back we took a look at Marvel’s launch of its newly launching event epic, Secret Wars , but today our recommendation goes out on a series that is already complete. Locke & Key’s rich fiction plays out across nearly 40 issues collected into six discrete arcs, but this new... More
  • Blog Post: Read This Comic! Secret Wars #1

    Sometimes, individual comic issues are too good to not share. Secret Wars is the culmination of some big and very long term plans set by the Marvel writing team, and its effects on the near future of the Marvel Comics universe are profound. If you’re a longtime reader, Secret Wars wraps up numerous... More
  • Blog Post: A Collection Of Our Past Gaming Easter Egg Hunts

    It’s Easter, and after you’ve been out with the family to comb through the grass for brightly colored eggs, we have something for you. We’ve compiled some of our past stories focused on gaming’s hidden secrets, lovingly called “easter eggs.” Enjoy! Kyle’s Five... More
  • Blog Post: 'Fry Scores' Is A Gaming Cook Book Of Digital Delights From Skyrim, Zelda, And More

    We have come a long way since we first ate fresh fruit in Pac-Man and found pork chops hidden in the walls of Dracula’s castle. Today, writer and photographer Holly Green released her cook book of gaming-inspired recipes called Fry Scores: An Unofficial Guide to Video Game Grub , and we had a chance... More
  • Blog Post: A Sneak Peek At Video Game High School Episode 3

    Back in 2012, Rocket Jump studios launched Video Game High School, a web series set in the near future where video gaming players compete in the world's most popular competitive sport. Season three returned earlier this month, and the first episode of the season attained 740k views in only 24 hours... More
  • Blog Post: Creating Physical Miniatures From Virtual Worlds – Bringing Tiny BioShock To Life

    During his working hours, Andy Jarosz runs the company he owns – one that makes camera and lighting gear used by the film industry. In his free time however, Jarosz creates impressive miniature sets inspired by video games. We’ve featured his Battlefield creation before, which you can check... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – King Kong

    Bugs. Dinosaurs. Boats. Jack Black. Ben Hanson wanting to kiss a digital version of Naomi Watts. This episode of Replay has it all! The one thing that you won't see is King Kong. Yes, you'll see us play Ubisoft's video game adaptation of Peter Jackson's 2005 King Kong film, but you won't... More
  • Blog Post: The[Crafty]Gamer: Larry Scialabba (Custom Controller Creator)

    Gamers of all walks of life express their creativity in different ways. Larry Scialabba turned his hobby into a side job selling custom-made video game controllers. Check out Scialabba’s sometimes horrific, often exotic controller designs below. How did you get into designing custom controllers... More
  • Blog Post: Halo Ringworld In Legos

    Have you ever wondered what a Halo ring would look like in over 10,000 Legos? Catsy [CC] spent three years constructing such a dream. It has been on display at the 2012 BrickCon, where it won “Best Large Planetary Structure" in the Space theme. To check out the Ringworld in its entirety and... More
  • Blog Post: A Look Back At The ‘80s Donkey Kong Cartoon

    It’s almost hard to believe that Donkey Kong was ever more popular than Mario, but after the Donkey Kong arcade game released in July of 1981 and until Super Mario Bros. hit the NES in September of 1985 Donkey Kong was Nintendo’s biggest superstar. He even stared in his own cartoon. Back... More
  • Blog Post: The[Crafty]Gamer: Stuart Harris (Awesome Video Game Themed Posters)

    In this edition of The[Crafty]Gamer, UK native Stuart Harris shares a few of his incredible video game themed posters and explains the creation process. Full name: Stuart Harris Age: 24 Hometown: Stafford, UK Occupation: Graphic Designer Creation: VG ART Craft Series One Tell us about the inspiration... More
  • Blog Post: The[Crafty]Gamer: Cubeecraft

    In the latest edition of The[Crafty]Gamer, we feature PA native Christopher Beaumont, the man behind Cubeecraft (a website home to tons of excellent game-related papercraft). In this post you'll learn more about the artist and get a Cubeecraft special edition "Game Buddy" that features... More
  • Blog Post: The[Crafty]Gamer: Dan Rouse (8-Bit Mario Pillow)

    In the latest entry of The[Crafty]Gamer, Oakland native Dan Rouse explains how to piece together a complex pillow highlighting one of gaming's biggest icons. Full name: Dan Rouse Age: 43 Hometown: Oakland, CA Occupation: Landscape designer Creation: 8-bit Mario Pillow Tell us about your work. What’s... More
  • Blog Post: The[Crafty]Gamer: Robert Mangaoang (PlayStation Move, Zombie Prints)

    This week The[Crafty]Gamer features Robert Mangaoang from Honolulu, who has created amazing prints featuring iconic characters and the possibilities of PlayStation Move. Plus get a sneak peek of his zombie art. You can find his impressive zombie-themed art in the latest issue of Game Informer. Read on... More
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