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  • Blog Post: 40-Inch Long Replica Of Halo: Reach’s UNSC Savannah Created In Lego

    Reader Nick “Nick Brick” Jensen emailed us today to share his latest Lego creation, inspired by Bungie’s work on the Halo franchise. This 40-inch long, 15.5-inch wide replica of Halo: Reach’s UNSC Savannah is truly a work of art. Jensen built the Savannah as part of the “SHIPtember... More
  • Blog Post: Lego Doom Imps, Cacodemons, And Revenants Head To Seattle BrickCon

    We often think of older 3D games as “blocky,” and this Lego take on id Software’s Doom plays that up in the best ways. The diorama pictured above was created by Iain Heath for the upcoming BrickCon in Seattle, so feast your eyes on the carnage. If you can’t make it out to BrickCon... More
  • Blog Post: DS Prototypes That Couldn't Survive Multiple 5 Ft. Drops Were Unacceptable

    In the latest episode of Did You Know Gaming , the series looks at the history of the Nintendo DS. In the video, you will find out about Nintendo's insistence on creating a durable system, why it didn't receive the Game Boy branding. You can check out other videos from the Did You Know Gaming... More
  • Blog Post: Here's What It Looks Like When 13,000 SNES Sprites Are Mashed Into One Image

    An image has been making the rounds on the Internet this morning featuring possibly every SNES character sprite uncomfortably jammed into a single image. It's an impressive game of Where's Waldo for video games characters. If you can think of it, it's probably in this image somewhere. I'm... More
  • Blog Post: Physical Hearthstone Knockoff Not As Good As The Real (Virtual) Thing

    Blizzard's free-to-play collectible card game may have over 20 million players , but a Chinese online retailer is giving gamers a real-life (and totally illegal) alternative. Games In Asia 's Thomas Price has a full breakdown of the boxed set, which includes two sets of every class-specific card... More
  • Blog Post: Killer Kittens Invade Assassin's Creed Unity

    Assassin's Creed Unity is the first game in the series to be built from the ground up for new-gen consoles, but after seeing this adorable parody video, there's only one feature we want: kitty co-op. The video comes courtesy of YouTube user Mr.TVCow, and shows what might happen if it was up to... More
  • Blog Post: Destiny Soundtrack Now Available From iTunes

    The Destiny Original Soundtrack is now available from iTunes at a discounted price to celebrate its release. The album includes 44 tracks composed by Michael Salvatori, C. Paul Johnson, Martin O’Donnell, and former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney. This marks O’Donnell’s final work with Bungie... More
  • Blog Post: New Tribute Album Reminds Us Why We Love Metroid So Much

    Super Marcato Bros.' Will Brueggemann has released a 20-track tribute album to Nintendo's beloved Metroid series, and the offerings make us eager to relive Samus Aran's glory days. The album is called Child of the Chozo, and features tracks in three distinct styles, inspired by Metroid's... More
  • Blog Post: Learn Why Rayman Is Limbless In Informational Video

    The latest episode of the Did You Know Gaming video series looks at Rayman, why he has no limbs, and how co-op was supposed to part of the series long before Origins. You can check out the video below that explains how Rayman did have limbs at one time, but technical issues prevented the creators from... More
  • Blog Post: A Stunning Free Run Through An 8-bit Dream

    This crazy parkour homage to classic 8-bit and arcade classics might look fake, but it's as real as they come. Take a journey through an imagined arcade scene with real actors. Parkour expert Jason Paul races through a series of 8-bit maps and fights ninjas in this crazy stunt. It might look like... More
  • Blog Post: PlayStation Flash Sale Marks Down More Than 25 Racing Games

    The latest PlayStation Flash sale focuses in on racing games for Sony's platforms, marking some games as low as $2.49. You can check out the full collection of sale games below, which covers PlayStation 3, Vita, PSP, and even a few PS4 games. The sale is currently on and goes until 12:00 pm PT on... More
  • Blog Post: Nvidia Creates Moon Landing Simulation To Prove Its Veracity

    Some folks don't believe the moon landing actually happened. They say it was filmed on a set, and point to aspects of the lighting as proof of its falsity. Nvidia aims to prove those naysayers wrong with a simulation – and show off some cool tech. The simulation truly serves to show off Nvidia's... More
  • Blog Post: The Dark Knight’s Batmobile Is Hiding Under The Millennium Falcon

    There is no logical reason why anyone would want a Batman / Star Wars crossover other than to geek out about as hard as is possibly conceivable. What would a Jedi look like in Gotham? Would Batman be a bounty hunter among the stars (and would he be Twi’lek to mimic the cowl ears)? We may never... More
  • Blog Post: Mario Squares Off Against The Minecraft Guy

    Nintendo's mascot just can't stop getting into fights, but here's one you won't see in the upcoming Super Smash Bros. Mario throws some fireballs at that guy from Minecraft. What's his name? Steve? Why does Mario have beef with Minecraft’s Steve? How would the epic block creator... More
  • Blog Post: The Shadow Of Mordor Live Action Short Film Is Brutal (And Official)

    IF you happen to be wondering what a Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor film might look like, grab some popcorn and settle in. This seven-minute film from Corridor Digital, in association with Warner Bros., gives us a good look at Orc hierarchy and bloodshed. Poor Krimp the Orc. He’s clearly the runt... More
  • Blog Post: Conan O'Brien Envisions Minecraft Buyout Celebration

    In a recent Conan O'Brien opening monologue, the comedian showed a video of what the "Minecraft creator" is doing to celebrate the $2.5 billion acquisition by Microsoft. Hey, it's not the funniest thing you'll ever see, but at least late night hosts acknowledge that video games... More
  • Blog Post: War Thunder Developer Gaijin Entertainment Is Restoring A Soviet Tank

    Recently, Gaijin Entertainment introduced the Soviet T-44 tank to War Thunder as part of the game’s Ground Forces expansion. Now, the team is partnering with the Central Museum of Armoured Vehicles in Kubinka, Russia to restore a real one. In the first part of the series, we see the tank as it... More
  • Blog Post: Learn How Clint Eastwood Inspired The Look Of Mass Effect's Salarians

    The latest episode of Did You Know Gaming dives into the Mass Effect series and explores the origins of the shifty looking cow. In the video below, you will learn how the game's alien races came to be, how much Star Wars and Star Trek influenced the Mass Effect universe, and how the shifty cow that... More
  • Blog Post: Strategy MMO Wakfu Has A Companion Animated Series Coming To Netflix

    Last week, we reported that Ankama Games’ Wakfu is headed to Steam on September 18. Today, the company has announced that you can immerse yourself away from your PC thanks to Netflix. Wakfu is also an animated series that has been airing in France for a number of years. In partnership with the... More
  • Blog Post: Donate To Charity For A Chance To Play Video Games With Will Ferrell

    Will Ferrell is holding a contest for a winner to play some video games with him, and it's all in the interest of raising money for charity. To be part of Will Ferrel’s Super Mega Blast Max Charity Gaming Extravaganza, taking place in San Francisco on October 26, all you need to do is donate... More
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