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One inventive Assassin’s Creed 2 fan made himself a working hidden
blade. He even posted a kind of tutorial for engineer savvy gamers who
want to follow his lead. However, if you try to build one for yourself,
and then get picked up by a group of hooded gentlemen in a white van,
you didn’t hear about this from us.
This amusing and stylish collection of video game themed short films are very reminiscent of Nintendo’s Wario Ware series.
Today is May 4, an opportunity that many punsters out there have
taken for years to use the phrase "May the Fourth be with you."
Hilarious, right? Dumb joke aside, the studio behind Star Wars is using
this date to announce the Blu-ray release of the entire film series.
Portal 2's numerous brain-bending test chambers are enough to confuse me even with the use of the game's titular portal technology. Actually solving one of them without using any portals? Unfathomable.
Several posters show off what a more sinister Bowser regime might look like.
We've already seen Lego-ized versions of Chell and ATLAS and P-Body, so this next one should come as no surprise. Flickr user Catsy has posted pictures of his impressive GLaDOS recreation.
Now that hackers have stolen our identities and drained our credit cards thanks to info gleaned from the PlayStation Network, couldn't we all use a laugh?
If you’re in the market for some old-school inspired hard candy, an Etsy merchant has you covered.
Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab has scents based on popular races, classes, and alignments.
Portal's turrets probably have already made you say "awww" at their overall
cuteness, but a newly discovered easter egg from the sequel just adds to
Does your desk suffer from a serious lack of Metal Gear Solid action figures? Today is your lucky day.
I never graduated past building randomly colored rectangle houses out of
my LEGO bricks, so this video blows my mind. YouTube user Petzoldhaus has
posted a video of a motorized StarCraft II Siege Tank that you have to
see to believe.