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Here's another image from the intersection of gaming and Lego, which will either inspire or depress you.
Some games look easier than they would be in real life. Watch one man
find this out firsthand when a casual stroll through the park turns
into a lost level from the classic platformer Crash Bandicoot.
The assassins from Assassin’s Creed can do a lot of cool things:
endlessly scale tall buildings, dive several stories into piles of hay,
and ride horseys really fast. Do you have what it takes to follow in
You may have played Halfbrick’s simple but addictive mobile game
Fruit Ninja, but do you know what the real life struggle against fruit
The talented Lego creators Sean and Steph Mayo have put together a complicated moving mosaic of Cortana from Halo.
The handheld contraption allows people to zip around the floating city of Colombia's network of wires. NECA is showing off an impressive replica of the device.
The 3D characters models look great as they sail through the air, performing gritty martial arts combos while X peppers in a few buster shots here and there.
You think you're safe. You are not. For video game characters,
glitches are a real and dangerous part of existence. One moment you're
minding your own business and the next you're falling through the world
and it's game over.
Katie and Barry went the extra mile to create an original side-scrolling video game to let their friends know about their upcoming nuptials.
Web video special effects wizard Freddiew, and violinist/contortionist hybrid Lindsay Stirling have joined forces to destroy all of the clay pots.
YouTube user Malcolm Klock took it upon himself to go through some of the games that came out this year, edit them together, and create the video you see here.
Sony HQ is celebrating the 25th anniversary of Metal Gear with a bento bearing the detailed faces of Snake and Raiden.