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UK Retailer GAME has come up with an idea that is truly horrifying.
In two minutes, you'll get a look at some of this year's most notable titles.
It's been awhile since a Skyrim mod post has made it to the front page of Game Informer, but this one demanded sharing.
These terrifyingly realistic versions of Venasaur, Charizard, and Blastoise were created by Japanese artists Yuuki Morita.
Artist Andrew McGee has taken all of Shadow of the Colossus' assorted monsters, and placed them in one image in order to visualize their assorted size disparities.
Did you know that Sega was founded in 1940 as a slot machine company, or that Sonic the Hedgehog was designed to be a Mario killer? You do now.
Created by 8-Bit Lit, the Question Block Lamp was wildly popular on Etsy in 2012. Now, thanks to a successful Kickstarter campaign, an upgraded version is available at a lower price than the original. Coins and power-ups are not included.
Usually, T-shirt designs featured on TeeFury.com are available for one day only. Occasionally, they'll make some of the more popular ones available again, which is what they're doing now for twelve truly awesome designs.
Baker extraordinaire Tracey Rothwell is the owner of two sister cake companies. One of these, the Black Cherry Cake Company, specializes in horror-themed goods inspired by video games, television, and more.
Today's Teefury shirt of the day combines Cloud and Final Fantasy VII with the iconic 1988 anime classic, Akira.
A radiant port and a naval battle between two Man O' Wars are among the pictures from British artist Ninjatic.