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Larry Scialabba has turned his hobby into a side job selling
custom-made video game controllers.
Here's a great glitch that a
YouTube user found in WWE Smackdown vs. Raw 2011.
Chris Kluwe's trading card debut is the talk of the NFL...and World of WarCraft forums.
Have you ever thought that the already-kind-of-weird musical gang
fighting of West Side Story would be improved by a little bit more video
game dancing? Me neither, but clearly someone did.
Our friend Stuart Harris has created another remarkable video game-inspired poster comprised of just a handful of colors.
"Escape From City 17" part two is finally out, and it turns out to be
worth the wait. Check out the video below the break.
This week The[Crafty]Gamer features Robert Mangaoang from Honolulu, who has created amazing prints featuring iconic characters and the possibilities of PlayStation Move. Plus get a sneak peek of his zombie art. Mangaoang's art is featured in the December issue of GI so be sure to check it out! Learn more about the artist after the jump.
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.
The latest video from YouTube's favorite special effects wizard, FreddieW and Rocket Jump, showcases the difficulty of aiming a virtual gun when all you've got to work with is a small touch screen.
If you were partial to Kabal in Mortal Kombat 3, you probably know what
all of the characters look like with inflatable heads. If you want a
less ominous tribute to these oversized craniums, check out Deviant
Artists Reggie Robinson and Shion Sonazaki's creations.
Experimental video game website Viagame decided to pit a professional racer against a virtual racer while both were in the same vehicle.
Game modding is serious business. When video game worlds collide, all they seem to do is fight.