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Michelle Legendre of Deadly Sweet Plushes recently fabricated this adorably Samus Aran for a commission project, and boy is it perfect.
I'm having flashbacks here. This astounding 3D Link sprite reminds me of the time I painstakingly recreated our tunic-wearing hero in 3D Dot Game Heroes. However, that past achievement pales in comparison to this recyclable tribute.
Not a question you've ever asked yourself? Too bad! I found the answer!
Do you see a pattern in where video game
technology is headed? Indie filmmaker Julian Smith does.
This Left 4 Dead mod recreated level 1-1of Super Mario Bros. Looks like Mario has been going about it all wrong.
Ever wonder why Dracula keeps coming back from the dead just to get
whipped by the Belmont brood? Actually it’s probably better if you don’t
As exciting as my job
is, the wide world of games journalism can also be pretty strange. Case
in point: Games Journo Story.
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.
In the latest entry of The[Crafty]Gamer, Oakland native Dan Rouse
explains how to piece together a complex pillow highlighting one of
gaming's biggest icons.
If Samus always gives a "thumbs down" during mission briefings – as
told in Metroid: Other M – what thumb rating do you think she'd give to
Pate-keetongu's custom Bionicle Ridley? I'm going to assume she'd give
it two "other fingers up" just because it's her sworn enemy, but the
sculpt itself would probably get a rare "thumbs up" from her.
The Santa Monica art gallery's new exhibit is a must for gamers in the L.A. area. We've got the pictures to prove it.
In the transition from 2D to 3D, Super Meat Boy becomes a lot more bad ass.