The lights are on
You know what's happening in the game industry at the tail end of
January? Not very much at all. Thankfully, avid gamers are always
creating new, delicious-looking game-related cakes for us to drool over.
Get an early look at the Star
Wars: The Force Awakens' costuming in these early prototype shots of
Episode VII's action figure line.
After tweeting last month about abandoned work on an Alien film, the District 9 director says he's back on the project.
Here's a holiday treat that won't give you gas: A whole load of new works from Game Informer's poet laureate.
Web video special effects wizard Freddiew, and violinist/contortionist hybrid Lindsay Stirling have joined forces to destroy all of the clay pots.
Here's a quick recap of the
development history of Super Smash Bros.
A couple of new clothing designs meld the colorful world of Pokémon with some incongruous partners from other franchises with appropriately cute results.
An intimidating and delicious looking Mass Effect treat is on display at EXP Restaurant and Bar in Vancouver.
Fallout: New Vegas may take place in a post-apocalyptic future, but that
doesn't mean it can't be funny from time to time. One YouTube user
compiled all of the strange stuff he ran across in the Mojave wasteland
into one epic 14-minute video.
We've seen a lot of amazing stuff built inside of Minecraft, including a recreation of BioShock's underwater world of Rapture and a freaking computer. Now someone is remaking all of Kokiri forest from the N64 classic Ocarina of Time.
Artist Christopher Behr spent nearly a year creating a digital, three-dimensional version of Onett, and it's gorgeous.
Hip-hop artist Richie Branson extols the virtues of the classic Square RPG Chrono Trigger in a song from his upcoming game-inspired album From Guardia With Love.