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  • Blog Post: Everything You Need To Know About The Double-Barreled Shotgun

    Thanks to classic shooters like Doom II, many gamers have a fondness for the explosive stopping power of the double-barreled shotgun. Here's a brief history of this iconic gaming weapon. I'm not a big gun guy, but I love the reloading action of the double-barreled shotgun. Here's a brief... More
  • Blog Post: Get A History Lesson From This Informational Castlevania Video

    The latest video from the Did You Know Gaming YouTube channel breaks down the Castlevania series and its historical roots. You will learn about where its many monsters originate, Alucard's true name, what castles were referenced to create Dracula's assorted castles, and how film maker Hayao Miyazaki... More
  • Blog Post: Charles Martinet’s Mario-Themed Instagram Videos Are Adorable

    If you don’t know Charles Martinet’s name, then you probably at least know his voice. He’s the man behind the mustaches of Mario, Luigi, Wario, and others. What you may also not know is that he has an Instagram account filled with Nintendo-themed goofs and gags. Martinet is currently... More
  • Blog Post: Gamers Come Together To Help Map The Human Eye

    For the past 50 years, neuroscientists have been trying to figure out how the human eye is capable of tracking movement, and with the help of gamers and MIT, scientists are closer than ever. Neuroscientists have been trying to map the eye's neural network in an attempt to solve the mystery, but it's... More
  • Blog Post: Album Takes Classic 8-Bit NES Tunes And Turns Them Into Lullabies

    From the folks who brought us a collection of lullabies based off of Mega Man tunes , comes a new album that broadens its reach. Instead of focusing on a single game , musician Mark Polydoris and brother looked to a number of different games like Super Mario Bros. 2, Contra, Duck Tales, Castlevania,... More
  • Blog Post: Assassin's Creed Enters The Stone Age

    The Assassin's Creed series has already taken us to a host of interesting historical settings. However, instead of mining the last few centuries, we think that it's time to go further back in time...way back...way, way back. Too far back. Get a brief look at what Assassin's Creed might look... More
  • Blog Post: Pierce Brosnan Plays GoldenEye With Jimmy Fallon

    Jimmy Fallon has gained quite the reputation throughout the years for his love of video games and his efforts to push them onto his show. With Pierce Brosnan making an appearance on The Tonight Show , Fallon jumped on the opportunity to make one of his dreams come true. He and Brosnan don't play... More
  • Blog Post: Fish Are Now Playing Street Fighter On Twitch

    Growing tired of Pokémon (presumably), pet fish have now moved onto the fast-paced world of Street Fighter. You can check out the stream here, which pits the fish Aquarius against his in-tank roommate Robert the Bruce, by heading here . The owner of the channel, which goes by the name FishPlayStreetFighter... More
  • Blog Post: Listen To An Exclusive Track From Nerdcore Rap Documentary Mega-Lo-Mania

    Nerdcore rapper Random AKA Mega Ran is big and only getting bigger. You may have seen him perform at PAX, or you could have been introduced to his music here at Game Informer or any number of other outlets. Now, one of the more popular nerd musicians has his own documentary in conjunction with soul/funk... More
  • Blog Post: Here's A Game Of Tetris Played With Cushions

    A short little animation from Niko Schatz builds a accurate physics Tetris model – but with cushions. It's a bit mesmerizing to watch the pieces fall down the well, bouncing about like cushions, but eventually falling into the appropriate place. It doesn't completely follow accurate Tetris... More
  • Blog Post: Fan-Made HD Shenmue Remake In The Works

    A Korean fan going by the name NoconKid on YouTube recently published two videos showcasing progress on an HD Shenmue remake. Not much is known about the remake or its timeline as much of the details are in Korean. You can check out the two videos below, as well a link to some screenshots below the videos... More
  • Blog Post: See Super Mario 64's Bob-omb Battlefield Stage Created In Lego

    A recent piece from Lego artist Matt De Lanoy recreates Super Mario 64's Bob-omb Battlefield stage entirely in Lego bricks. You can check out a large view of the piece above, but you will also find plenty of other pictures of Lego Bob-omb Battlefield by checking out De Lanoy's Flickr page . There's... More
  • Blog Post: Song Lyrics Tell Yoshi's Side Of The Story

    We know Yoshi as a trusty friend who eats pests and carries us faithfully to the end a level. However, from a different point of view, our actions could look like casual disregard for the dinosaur's well-being. That's the premise of the funny video below, which adds lyrics to a classic Super... More
  • Blog Post: Naughty Dog Animator Makes Dante's Inferno Fan Film "Dante's Redemption"

    Naughty Dog’s Senior Cinematic Animator Tal Peleg is a huge fan of Visceral Games’ 2010 action game Dante’s Inferno , so much so that he animated and directed “Dante’s Redemption,” a fan-made short film. You can check out the short, which stylishly details Dante’s... More
  • Blog Post: "Commander Shepard": A Dramatic Reading By Commander Shepard Herself

    Youtube channel Sneaky Zebra recently uploaded this very special dramatic reading of Miracle of Sound’s “Commander Shepard” lyrics as read by Jennifer Hale, voice actress for Commander Shepard. The result may be smothered in idiom, but it is still considerably more simulating than scanning... More
  • Blog Post: The Dovahkiin Is Reborn In This Art Of Skyrim Video

    Even almost three years after its release, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is still so wildly popular that fans are developing new mods for it even today. While the game still stands as a technical marvel and one of the best games in recent years, it is also a fascinating game to look at. With the latest... More
  • Blog Post: Skyrim Mod Brings First-Person MediEvil Game To Life

    MediEvil: Hero of Gallowmere is a Skyrim mod that recreates the first four levels from the 1998 PlayStation title, MediEvil. You can check out a trailer for the mod (which is still in development) below, with Sir Daniel Fortesque taking out some enemies from the first-person perspective and doing a little... More
  • Blog Post: Fan-Made Trailer Puts The Last Of Us Remastered's Photo Mode To Beautiful Use

    Discontent with only being able to capture still photos with The Last of Us Remastered's photo mode, YouTube user Grant Voegtle took the new mode a step further to create an impressive video. You can check out the video below which ( has major spoilers for The Last of Us ) collects a series of 3D... More
  • Blog Post: This Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 Speedrun Beats The Game In Under Four Minutes

    An impressive combination of trick skill, level knowledge, and speedy menu navigation makes this Tony Hawk's Pro Skater speed run difficult to keep up with. You can check out the video below from YouTube user GeorgeThePlushie , clocking a jaw-dropping three minutes and 26 second completion time for... More
  • Blog Post: See Half-Life 2's Enemies Drawn To Scale

    From artist Andrew McGee, who brought us every colossus from Shadow of the Colossus drawn to scale , comes a new size comparison collection focused on Half-Life 2. In the piece you will find, I believe, every enemy that appears in Half-Life 2 from the tiny Headcrab, to the gigantic Striders. Even the... More
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