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  • Blog Post: Learn Which Zelda Games Began Life As Remakes Of Other Zelda Games

    A new video from YouTube channel Did You Know Gaming takes a look at the Zelda series. The video details how many Zelda titles began as attempts at remaking previous Zelda titles, and how it took The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker's visuals to inspire Zelda series producer Eiji Aonuma's wife... More
  • Blog Post: Look Up: Destiny’s Sky Is An Amazing Sight To Behold

    If you’re feeling a bit of withdrawal now that the Destiny beta has concluded, this might cheer you up. A YouTube user has captured time lapse footage of the sky in a number of different areas from Destiny’s beta. If you did play the beta, you might have noticed players sitting around at... More
  • Blog Post: The Art Of The Last Of Us Video Is As Beautiful As You'd Expect

    Even on previous-generation hardware, Naughty Dog's The Last of Us captivated audiences and critics alike with its stunning visuals. Now, with a remaster on PlayStation 4, we have even more reason to look back and admire the artistry of our favorite PlayStation 3 title. Olivier Leclair brings us... More
  • Blog Post: The Five Armies Come Together In Sorrowful Trailer For The Hobbit

    The Hobbit trilogy will be complete on December 17, with The Battle of Five Armies. Today, Warner Bros. has released a new trailer for the final film. Along with the last movie in Peter Jackson’s take on The Hobbit will come DLC for the Lego version of the films. As you may recall, when the Lego... More
  • Blog Post: Australian Hackers Play Doom On An ATM

    These days we have video games on our TVs, tablets, phones, and the sides of buildings, but we've never seen a video game running on a ATM...until now. A group of Australian hackers dismantled an ATM machine and engineered the machine so that it could play id Software’s classic shooter doom... More
  • Blog Post: Twitch Plays Pokémon Tackles X/Y

    The Twitch Plays Pokémon proved to be quite successful when it completed a 16-day run this past March, which is why no one should be surprised the cooperative effort has moved on to other games in the series. Today, the group is using a modded 3DS to tackle the Kalos region of X/Y. Head over to... More
  • Blog Post: Olly Moss And Jay Shaw Create Beautiful Portrait Of The Last Of Us’ Apocalypse

    In celebration of San Diego Comic-con, artists Olly Moss and Jay Shaw have created a limited edition print for Naughty Dog. The poster, which is also timed nicely for The Last of Us Remastered Edition features a female clicker, who is both beautiful and terrifying. Click to enlarge. Moss is also known... More
  • Blog Post: Talion And Celebrimbor Get Cartoony In Shadow Of Mordor Fanart

    Now that we know just who the wraith in Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor is , the story is starting to come into focus. Talion and the spirit of elven lord Celebrimbor will wend a bloody path across Middle-earth on their quests for revenge. Thankfully, even the darkest of subject matter can be given a... More
  • Blog Post: Unboxing The July 2014 'Villains' Loot Crate

    Another month, another Loot Crate! Early last month we unboxed May's Loot Crate where we got a taste of adventure. For July, the theme is villains. As always, the good folks at Loot Crate continue to impress with their selection. First and foremost is an excellent t-shirt that combines Marvel's... More
  • Blog Post: Batman Art Exhibit Swoops In To Coincide With Comic-Con

    Warner Bros. and DC have unveiled their latest effort to celebrate Comic-Con and the 75th anniversary of Batman. A number of life-size recreations of the dark knight's signature cape and cowl are now on display at the Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego. The "Cape/Cowl/Create" event was shown... More
  • Blog Post: Takara Tomy Is Turning Optimus Prime Into An Original PlayStation

    This year is the 20th anniversary of Sony’s PlayStation. The console was released in 1994 in Japan (1995 in the United States), but it’s only now we are learning the console’s deepest secret. It’s really a Transformer. Takara Tomy is preparing a special version of Optimus Prime... More
  • Blog Post: 8-Bit Avengers Recreates Film's Biggest Moments In 3 Minutes

    Capcom developed its fair share of licensed Disney games on NES back in the day, but, back in the late '80s, Disney hadn't yet purchased Marvel Comics. Thankfully, Cinefix is here to right history's wrongs and reimagine The Avengers in the style of classic Mega Man games. With Nick Fury doing... More
  • Blog Post: Winnie The Pooh Invades Guild Wars II

    A crafty Guild Wars II player is now questing for nothing but honey. I've seen plenty of great custom costumes in MMOs, but this giant version of Winnie the Pooh is easily one of the best. He was last spotted about a month ago in the Heart of the Mists (a PvP staging area), indicating he may not... More
  • Blog Post: Uncharted Movie Gets A 2016 Release Date

    Sony has moved around some dates in its movie schedule, making room for Nathan Drake’s big screen debut. Sony announced today that it will be releasing the film adaptation of Naughty Dog’s action series on June 10, 2016. That date originally belonged to The Amazing Spider-Man 3, which Sony... More
  • Blog Post: Happy Batman Day: DC Entertainment Celebrates 75 Years Of The Dark Knight

    DC Entertainment has declared today Batman Day, in honor of the Dark Knight’s 75 Anniversary. To celebrate everyone’s favorite brooding-baddie-battling-billionaire, DC has partnered up with participating comic book retailers, bookstores, and libraries all over America to distribute an assortment... More
  • Blog Post: K'Nex Releases Titanfall Building Sets

    Today K’NEX toy company introduced the first line of their Titanfall licensed building sets. The six sets come at a variety of different sizes and price points, and include fan favorite Titans as well as battle scenes inspired by the game. The video below shows off a 360 rotating view of the two... More
  • Blog Post: Parkour Professionals Tackle Assassin's Creed Unity's Four Player Co-op

    The latest parkour video from YouTube channel devinsupertramp , partners with Ubisoft to pit four assassins in a race against two soldiers. The video stars Ronnie Shalvis, who has starred in a number of video game-themed parkour videos with director Devin Graham, and the French FreeRun Family: Simon... More
  • Blog Post: NECA Continues 8-Bit Video Game Line With Batman Action Figure

    With the likes of the Predator, Freddy Krueger, and Jason Vorhees populating its 8-bit video game toy line, NECA needed to balance out the superhero-villain ratio. Enter 8-bit Batman. The Caped Crusader suffered through scores of bad games until Rocksteady came to his rescue with Arkham Asylum, but that... More
  • Blog Post: League Of Legends' New Cinematic Is Worth Watching Even If You Don’t Know The Characters

    I’ve played a bit of League of Legends, but it’s been months since I logged in and I have forgotten most of what I learned. I don’t know who the characters are or what makes them special amongst a sea of heavily stylized fighters. Thankfully, for the purposes of this cinematic, it really... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Embraces The Luigi Death Stare In New Mario Kart 8 Ad

    The infamous Luigi death stare has moved beyond meme status and into the world of advertising. A new Japanese advertisement for Mario Kart 8 showcases Mario and pals in a race, focusing in on the racers in slow-motion, finishing out with a shot of Luigi as he drives by looking over his shoulder in disgust... More
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