The lights are on
This high octane short shows Cloud slashing robots while driving his signature motorcycle and
engaging Sephiroth in a flashy, high-flying battle. A much-beloved FF
VII character also makes her overdue return.
Minecraft modder Gary520 has crafted a world inspired by The Legend of
Zelda: The Ocarina of Time and A Link to the Past, complete with
memorable locations, weapons, and of course, Link.
After a long search for worthy Dance Central competition, I think I may have finally
met my match. Behold this adorable child dancing his little heart out to
Rihanna's "Disturbia". On Hard. And he's incredible.
The gorgeous and detailed Technic build features four rotors, two
motors, adjustable rotor pitch and two LED headlights that almost make
it look like the real thing, sort of.
Funny or Die has created a hilarious video showing off what L.A. Noire would be like in real life as Cole gets
caught on chairs, examines coffee cups and empty bottles, and delivers
Chris Hooton (a.k.a. Sabretooth) specializes in custom made video game toys. He's really outdone himself with this beautiful 8-inch figure of Wheatley, the personality core that charmed the video game world in Valve's Portal 2.
E3 is a time of magic and wonder for gamers across the world, but for
one lucky couple, this year's show was also a time of romance.
"Who plays video games to listen to a bunch of characters talk and press
the 'x' button?" Nope, that's not the trolling of some random reader on
our L.A. Noire review -- it's the seasoned criticism of one Stan Marsh via last week's episode of South Park.
Cliff Bleszinski may be best-known
amongst gamers for his work on the gory Gears of War franchise. Despite
all that machismo, though, Bleszinski has a soft side.
Hot off of yesterday's Carmageddon Reincarnation announcement, fans can now create their very own Carmageddon vehicles out of paper.
Because I'm in a poetic mood, I'm summing up my experiences with the games I've played most recently in a concise format.
The image of Little Sisters climbing into mysterious hidey holes after a
long day of gathering Adam from corpses with a rusty needle is
adorable, yet disturbing. Why not commemorate that tender moment?