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A new fan-created video shows what happens when a couple of your favorite Nintendo characters begin to interact with the zombie apocalypse.
Most of the video game-inspired Lego sets highlighted on Game Informer's
website consist of thousands of pieces. This isn't the case with famed
brick builder Gilcelio's E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial creation.
We're already getting Lego City Undercover, which is basically a Legofied Grand Theft Auto game, but what if Rockstar actually made its upcoming opus out of Legos?
Ratchet & Clank are celebrating their 10th anniversary this year,
and in honor of the occasion, Insomniac has partnered with iam8bit to
create a very cool, very limited series of posters.
Animators Anthony Veloso and Quentin Dron left out the Virtual Boy, but it doesn't mean their animated history of Nintendo isn't worth checking out.
YouTube user lefvandebilder has uploaded the third film in his Super Mario Beads short film collection.
Deviantart user ThaL-DAWB recently posted an impressive The legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword piece that deserves to be hanging on any Zelda fan's wall.
Link has quested through a lot of places, but he travels through an entire computer lab in this clever fan made video.
Deviantart user semsei has put together an attractive mock-up of what Dark Souls may look like as an arcade cabinet.
YouTube user underage117 can't wait for Grand Theft Auto V, so they've put together a video that makes Grand Theft Auto IV look as close as possible to what was shown off in the game's newest trailer.
Master Chief has been the savior of humanity on multiple occasions, so
it's about time he started showing up in some stained glass.
User LilTyrant over at the 405th Infantry Division message board has
posted an impressive walkthrough and a few pictures of what is
undoubtedly some of the best homemade Halo armor ever created.