The lights are on
We've seen plenty of interesting fan videos since the launch of The
Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, but there's been nothing as wildly creepy and
disturbing as this one. If you're squeamish or easily freaked out, I
recommend turning away now.
Neill Blomkamp’s 2009 science fiction action thriller about an alien apartheid in Africa gets the 8-bit treatment.
It's not done yet, but if this still image is an indication of what's coming, then I can't wait to see it.
Update: Raymond Cox didn't achieve 1,000,000 Gamerscore during his live stream, but he came close and plans to hit his goal on Monday.
DC gives our first good look at Scarecrow as he will appear in Batman: Arkham Knight.
You are the last I'd choose, Pikachu.
"He's right behind me, isn't he?"
Artist Ástor Alexander has taken Mario and The Legend of Zelda: Twilight
Princess and imagined them as book covers on a pair of cheap pulp noir
As we speak, Todd Howard is giving PAX attendees a walkthrough of The
Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim in the Unicorn theater. In addition to seeing
the game in action, two of the people in attendance will walk away with
the coolest custom Xbox 360 I've ever seen.
Many players wanted a new ending for Mass Effect 3, and we think this would suffice.
Nintendo is pouring salt on a fresh, Amiibo-shaped wound.
We hear about the supposed negative effects of video games often, but
the Internet's Frugal Dad has put together an interesting infographic
outlining a number of good things that video games have done for us.