The lights are on
Game Center CX is a fantastic, quirky Japanese TV show that sees a
mild-mannered, middle-aged Japanese man (pictured above) challenging
himself to play difficult old games to completion. Last year this series
finally made a proper North American debut via translated episodes on
Kotaku under the name Retro Game Master. Now it will also be available on DVD.
At midnight tonight, Halo Reach goes on sale. Rather than standing in line with your hands in your pockets, why not celebrate in style with a cake?
Dust off your joystick, because things just got real.
In a similar way to InfiniteContinue’s abstract Street Fighter art,
SoundOfDesign’s (Ty Lettau) simplified “Cartooned” collection takes
character’s we’re familiar with and puts a unique twist on them.
If you’re in the market for some old-school inspired hard candy, an Etsy merchant has you covered.
Did you know that Sega was founded in 1940 as a slot machine company, or that Sonic the Hedgehog was designed to be a Mario killer? You do now.
Assassins aren't normally described as "cute," but the term definitely applies to these vinyl figures from Funko POP! depicting Assassin's Creed characters.
Here’s an oldie but a goodie. Watch puppeteers reenact Super Mario Bros. on a Japanese television show.
With only three seconds, the hero of Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag needs to stop a robbery and avoid being killed by pirates.
It's the Year of Luigi, so Nintendo brought the lovable plumber to Chicago for an adventure.
The video game-inspired musician Miracle of Sound sends up RE6 in his new song "Wigglesticks."
Two years after its release, people are still making great (and different) Skyrim covers. This one is a swift punch of nostalgia.