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Either the Internet is eating itself, or it's a clever Starcraft reference.
Our friend Stuart Harris has created another remarkable video game-inspired poster comprised of just a handful of colors.
In an interesting nostalgia infused twist, a Zelda fan has recreated Ocarina of Time in Link to the Past's 16-bit art style.
It's not technically a game, but it does use the Unreal Engine, and it is very cool.
Borderlands fans still have to wait until September 18 to get their
hands on the sequel, but they can literally get their grubby mitts on a
couple great-looking figured by the end of May.
When the model is finished, it will be six feet tall and 90 feet wide.
This intricately detailed paper model consists of 690 parts.
Animator Tim Hijlkema put together a neat animated film that creates a number of video game themed planets.
YouTube user sastuswoe modified his exercise bike to play Mario Kart.
An inmate at a German prison found a way to elude the guards using a human-sized cardboard box, just like Solid Snake.
Many players wanted a new ending for Mass Effect 3, and we think this would suffice.
Nick Jensen, a.k.a. Nick Brick has finished his latest LEGO build, a recreation of Halo Reach's M45 Tactical Shotgun that you have to see to believe.