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  • Blog Post: Your Favorite NES Gaming Moments, In Lego Form

    Looking for awesome game art to decorate your room with? These classic NES gaming scenes recreated with Lego's should do nicely. The pieces come from Brian Stark, who has been working on the projects in his spare time. So far he's created four pieces: Super Mario Bros. 3, Metroid, Mega Man, and... More
  • Blog Post: Celebrate Batman’s Anniversary With Arkham Series Action Figures

    This year marks the 75th anniversary of the caped crusader, and DC Comics is celebrating with a variety of figures culled from nearly a decade of Dark Knight. Included in the batch are some that will be familiar to fans of the Arkham series. The series, which starts shipping in April and will continue... More
  • Blog Post: Create Your Own Pixel-Art Mario From Wood

    Some of the best pieces of video game art is the stuff you can make yourself. An Imgur user was nice enough to provide step-by-step instructions for making a pixel-art wooden Mario . The project requires some basic wood working equipment and minor know-how, but should be easier to do. The creator took... More
  • Blog Post: Titanfall Mythbusters Reveal Sad Robots And A Satchel Charge Bug

    After proving that you can play missile tennis with vortex shields and destroy a dropship with incoming Titan splash damage, the Titanfall Mythbusters are back for round two. This time, they’re looking at whether MRVNs can feel pain and just how far the trigger on a satchel bomb will work. In this... More
  • Blog Post: Learn About The Harvest Moon Series In This Informational Video

    Learn how the original Harvest Moon almost didn't reach the finish line, and the game's original title in this informational video. In the latest video from Did You Know Gaming, a website and YouTube channel that specializes in obscure video games facts, the Harvest Moon series gets detailed... More
  • Blog Post: The Internet's Expanding List Of Every Video Game Ever

    A group of 4chan users are attempting to compile a list of every video game, ever. So far they have 43,806 entries. You can find the expanding list here on Pastebin . The list aims to be comprehensive, including small mobile and browser games as well as console and PC releases. Long-term plans for the... More
  • Blog Post: The Fifth Element Gets The Arcade Treatment In 8-Bit Cinema Video

    The latest episode of CineFlix's 8-bit Cinema Series takes a look at The Fifth Element . The series has so far covered gamed like Fight Club and Pulp Fiction . The videos take memorable moments from noteworhthy films, and re-imagine them as 8-bit video games. In the video you will see shooting gameplay... More
  • Blog Post: Batman: Assault On Arkham Animated Film Gets First Trailer

    Earlier this year, we told you that DC Comics is working on an animated one-off set in the Arkham universe . Today we have the first trailer for that film, and it stars some surprising characters. In addition to the Joker, Batman will be face-to-faces with the Suicide Squad. Deadshot, Harley Quinn, and... More
  • Blog Post: PopCap Included Some Legendary Wind Waker Easter Eggs In PvZ: Garden Warfare

    Most players are too busy blasting zombies and defending their gardens to notice, but Plants Vs. Zombies has a few cool Zelda related easter eggs for observant fans. The find comes courtesy of StrangeLuv , a YouTube channel dedicated to random gaming goodness. The first easter egg is a giant red boat... More
  • Blog Post: Gaming Heads Reveals New Shrine Of Azura Statue From Skyrim

    Skyrim fans with money to spare, rejoice! Game Heads announced a new collectible in its second line of The Elder Scrolls Shrine Series. The new collectible is none of than the Shrine of Azura from The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. It has Azura standing atop the game's infamous snowy mountains, and Gaming... More
  • Blog Post: BioShock Infinite Writers Didn’t Fake Elizabeth’s Puzzle Solving

    It would have been easy for Irrational Games writers to fake some of the storytelling in BioShock Infinite’s second Burial at Sea episode. There are moments when Elizabeth quickly solves a hidden code puzzle with a quick animation. The code is quite real and someone has solved it for themselves... More
  • Blog Post: Science Fiction Author Ernest Cline Making His Way To The Atari Landfill

    Many will be making the pilgrimage to Alamogordo, New Mexico on April 26 to be a part of a film documenting the unearthing of one of gaming's greatest legends. Rumor has it that the fabled "Atari landfill" contains thousands of unsold copies of the E.T. Atari 2600 video game. Among the... More
  • Blog Post: Game With Your Feet With Ben Heck's Homemade Foot Pedals

    Professional modder/mad scientist Ben Heck has a new instructional video that details how to make your own foot pedals for PC gaming. In the video below, Heck walks viewers through his technique for creating a pair of two-stage foot pedals, which essentially gives players four more buttons at their disposal... More
  • Blog Post: Bigby Gets Inappropriate In Hilarious The Wolf Among Us Mod

    The Wolf Among Us is a serious game with serious choices and serious consequences. It also, apparently, has serious glitches. In this one, which is absolutely not safe for work, Bigby has a private moment in the middle of a conversation at the business office. Enjoy! For more on The Wolf Among Us, check... More
  • Blog Post: Do These Titanfall Myths Stand Up To Science?

    Who cares if poinsettias are lethal or if elephants are really afraid of mice? We want to know if you can shoot down rockets with an Arc Cannon. Learn the truth as well as a few more neat tricks that might come in handy during multiplayer. DefendTheHouse took the time to experiment with Titanfall to... More
  • Blog Post: Countdown 50 Of The Most Frustrating Moments In Video Games

    Video Games can be a lot of fun, but they can also sometimes make you want to smash stuff or say words that aren't very possitive. Here is a list of 50 moments from games that have sent players into a tizzy. Check out this video of 50 of the most frustrating moments in video game history, courtesy... More
  • Blog Post: Impressive Fan Art Gathers Nearly Every Successful Indie Game Into One Drawing

    Most video game fan art looks to the past to recall nostalgic emotions related to childhood franchises, but this piece looks to the present uniting a huge collection of indie game characters. The piece, titled Indie Collision, comes from artist Memoski on DeviantArt and features just about every character... More
  • Blog Post: Arcade Champion John Salter Sets Record For Longest Arcade Single-Credit Run With Armor Attack

    John Salter, an arcade champion, played Armor Attack for three days to set two world records. Salter began playing the game on April 9, and finally ended his Armor Attack run on April 12 playing for 85 hours and 16 minutes straight on a single quarter/credit. His marathon bested the previous record held... More
  • Blog Post: NBA Team Logos Redesigned By Fan To Feature Pokémon

    A gallery of images recently showed up on the popular image website imgur with NBA team logos redesigned to feature Pokémon. In the gallery, which you can find here , there are 32 images featuring teams like the Boston Vine Whips and the Denver Dugtrios, alongside the four you see featured here... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo And Star Wars Collide In Super Smash Wars Episode 3

    Majora's Moon is nearly operational, and only one band of intergalactic heroes can save the universe from it's wrath in this clever parody of Star Wars: Return of the Jedi staring Nintendo's loveable icons. This adorable fan-made animated short from James Farr is filled with references to... More
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