The lights are on
Does your desk suffer from a serious lack of Metal Gear Solid action figures? Today is your lucky day.
I never graduated past building randomly colored rectangle houses out of
my LEGO bricks, so this video blows my mind. YouTube user Petzoldhaus has
posted a video of a motorized StarCraft II Siege Tank that you have to
see to believe.
There are a lot of reasons
to be excited about Mortal Kombat. Maybe you're in it for the nuanced
storytelling or the deep, well-developed characters. Maybe it's the
consistent and always unique impressionistic art style that really helps
get across the inner struggle of the combatants. Or, you know, maybe
it's the bloody fatalities.
By now many of you have met Portal 2's robotic buddies, ATLAS and P-Body.
If this picture strikes you as a man who is successful at
life...well, you might be right, but only because I don't know how else
anyone could afford something as blatantly unnecessary as this
PlayStation Move bowling ball accessory.
HBO's television adaptation
of George R.R. Martin's seminal fantasy series is finally debuting
tonight. If you're as excited as we are, stop in here to discuss it
and/or ogle the cast.
A few years back, I was introduced to what's known as the Sonic Cycle
-- the process of hope, hype, and disappointment that Sonic the
Hedgehog fans go through every time a new Sonic game is announced. Now
the folks at Mega64 have figured out a clever metaphor to explain the
situation even more clearly.
Here's a cool craft project that will be of interest to gamers: a detailed plan on how to make your own replica Zelda treasure chest -- one that even plays the iconic "opening" sound from the game.[
DC Comics was kind enough to provide GI with an exclusive first look at the
cover art and solicitation text from the fourth issue of the five-part
mini-series that will lead in to Batman: Arkham City.
His new Falcon creation can seat six minifigs, and would look right at home in a LEGO Halo game.
Ever wonder what Street Figher’s M. Bison would look like if the “M” stood for Mecha?
An indoor city comprised of over 7,000 square feet of equipment
is impressive enough, but we were equally entertained by some 8-bit
love featured in the urban obstacle course.