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DeviantArt user Eitanya has quite a bit of experience crafting custom
plush toys, and this Mass Effect tribute is one of the more impressive
in the lot.
Etsy user Viktor Graves doesn't manipulate the hardware of Nerf guns, but he does add impressive video game paint jobs.
A crafty Guild Wars II player is now questing for nothing but honey.
During last night's Ohio State versus Nebraska football game, the
marching band performed an impressive medley featuring Pokémon, Mario,
Tetris and more all with accompanying on-field patterns.
A brave adventurer has entered the World of Warcraft theme park that
Blizzard did not approve, and taken a handful of pictures to prove their
How do you find a real life Pikachu? Photoshop a kitten and hand it a taser.
Now that hackers have stolen our identities and drained our credit cards thanks to info gleaned from the PlayStation Network, couldn't we all use a laugh?
If you want Portal-related figures, you've got to make them yourself. Alternately, you can rely on geniuses like this to make them, and you then you can stare in wonder.
Remember that awesome My Little Pony/Elder Scrolls mash-up video we posted a couple of weeks ago?
Another Internet genius has done one better and given the adorable
ponies of Equestria a voice over treatment from the Mass Effect series.
We posted our review for the upcoming X & Y today, and even though
Pokémon have finally, officially moved into the third dimension, they're
not quite as impressive as this art.
Jason Paige sang the original theme song for the Pokemon TV show in 1998, and now he's back singing the same song with new lyrics about Ron Paul.
Technology has come a long way since the original Sony PlayStation.
Find out how the PlayStation 4 compares to past consoles in this
interesting video deconstruction of the system.