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Mutant Ninja Turtles and Super Mario Bros. were two of the most psyche
defining properties of our childhood, so it only seems right that they
come together in one shirt.
Two icons of the 16-bit era are coming together in a comic book crossover. That's enough to get most gamers interested, but the slick 16-bit variant cover art is even better.
Talented sculptor Mike Nieves has put together an impressive Rapidash creation that uses almost no traditional Lego bricks.
As exciting as my job
is, the wide world of games journalism can also be pretty strange. Case
in point: Games Journo Story.
Sony HQ is celebrating the 25th anniversary of Metal Gear with a bento bearing the detailed faces of Snake and Raiden.
The Power Glove for the Nintendo Entertainment System might not have
worked nearly as well as advertised, but that doesn't mean it hasn't
become a cultural phenomenon.
Two amazing contemporary designers have teamed up to celebrate The Last of Us.
Sneaky Zebra visited Seattle for PAX 2013, highlighting some of the amazing artistry created by fans.
It's worth watching just to hear the chiptune cover of the Game of Thrones theme.
Have you ever thought that the already-kind-of-weird musical gang
fighting of West Side Story would be improved by a little bit more video
game dancing? Me neither, but clearly someone did.
This collection of clever meat charts by artist Jude Buffum
reveals the tasty innards of video game characters ranging from Ganon to
Yoshi to chocobos. Tasty, tasty chocobos.
A crafty LEGO aficionado has reproduced a slew of the critters out of
the plastic bricks.