The lights are on
The latest trailer for the currently Japan-only Persona 3 The Movie: #1 Spring of Birth will look familiar to anyone who has played the film's source material game.
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.
A crop of altered screenshots for the game show off what the game would look like imagined as a lush oil painting.
LEGO creator Stephan de Prouw has assembled an incredibly detailed version of Star Wars: Knight of the Old Republic's Hammerhead class cruiser out of LEGOs.
Hot Toys' upcoming Battle Suit Jill Valentine figure already looked
cool, but now it has some new features that push it over the top into
Valve and threeA toys have partnered up to bring us these highly detailed Atlas and P-Body figures from Portal 2.
This job application might not be real, but it is certainly amusing.
Artist Christopher Behr spent nearly a year creating a digital, three-dimensional version of Onett, and it's gorgeous.
Some people are too impatient to wait for K'Nex to build their own Titanfall titan. Count Microsoft employee Bruce E. Brown as one of them.
YouTube animator James Farr has delivered the second and third parts in their animated Nintendo and Star Wars mash-up series.
Here's another image from the intersection of gaming and Lego, which will either inspire or depress you.
We've always thought that Superman was a bit of a square, but this fan-made video, which recreates the newest Man of Steel trailer in Minecraft, pretty much proves our assumptions.