The lights are on
Nvidia's Shield, the Android-based portable gaming system designed to
compete with systems like the Ouya, has been out for over a month now,
but if you still don't know what to do with it you could blow it up.
Sneaky Zebra visited Seattle for PAX 2013, highlighting some of the amazing artistry created by fans.
It turns out all you need to create an impressive real-life Mirror's
Edge video is a head-mounted camera, some red shoes, and a red glove.
It's also important that you be a very skilled parkour runner.
One of the summer's biggest hits has been created in Mario Paint with the add of woofs and meows.
League of Legends has grown a massive following, so we're not surprised
that people are starting to produce fan films based on the franchise.
Here's one about ninjas!
Crop circles! Zombies! Aliens? Crazy Dave isn't the only one losing
his mind. We want to know who's behind this craziness.
Every year, Universal Orlando puts together an impressive collection of
haunted houses and horror attractions. This year, Universal is looking
towards The Walking Dead, Evil Dead, The Cabin in the Woods, and Resident Evil.
GBATemp forum users Smealum and Lobo are hard at work building an original Portal game, Aperture Science, for the DS starring Rattman.
College student Dan Borenstein has been tinkering with assorted Oculus
powered simulations, and his latest experiment involved suspending
himself in the air to play SkyDIEiving, an Oculus Rift skydiving
Nintendo continues its Year of Luigi celebration with a fake parkour documentary covering the jumping antics of the other plumber.
In the latest episode of Conan O'Brien's Clueless Gamer series, he tries
out the latest Splinter Cell and continues to prove that he is terrible
at video games.
Assassins aren't normally described as "cute," but the term definitely applies to these vinyl figures from Funko POP! depicting Assassin's Creed characters.