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This illustrator is working hard to be the very best (like no one ever was) at making game-inspired art.
We've shot our way though a number of firefights in Sony's sci-fi
shooter series Killzone, and yet we'd have trouble giving you a quick
overview of the plot. If you're like us, you better brush up on you
What if Sony and Microsoft didn't publish different systems? What if
the two companies torn down the wall separating them and joined forces
to make a console that played both PlayStation and Xbox titles?
Friendship is magic after all.
Seth Shain is a producer and game designer at Arkane Studios. He helped
create Dishonored, and in this video, he tries to explain what that
means to his mother.
Shortly after a former Sega employee posted photos of what basically amounted to a prototyped Sega Saturn with online capabilities codenamed the Pluto, the console appeared on eBay for sale.
Super Smash Bros. Brawl featured a battle with a giant hand, but this
is way cooler. Watch a disembodied hand do battle with an animated
figure that looks a bit like Akuma from Street Fighter.
It can't cut through limbs, but it rotates and burns wood. It's about as
close as it can get to Isaac's plasma cutter without the government
getting involved and proclaiming it a dangerous weapon.
We've all been in this situation. We're playing a multi-disc game, we
finish up disc one and it's time for two, but we're in the zone! We
don't want to to get up! Thankfully, someone from Finland has ended this epidemic.
We thought Kevin Bacon's footwork in Footloose was impressive, but this player's fancy dancing just blew our mind. He plays DanceDanceRevolution X3 on the highest difficulty level, which requires the use of both dance pads.
There have been times in our life where we've played a game so much that
we began to imagine it in real life. Mario Kart was one of those games.
This video is like a waking dream.
Over 100 controllers populate this fantastic chart of our hobby's history.
TT Games has taken an impressive number of big name licenses and
turned them into video games, but they don't have time to make game's
based on every property in existence. What if TT Games made a game based
of AMC's hit drama Breaking Bad?