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You could get your details on yesterday's historic Supreme Court decision about video games from our exhaustive write-up
on it. Or you could watch this weird video that features judges firing
machine guns at the state of California, children receiving a free copy
of Grand Theft Auto IV, and a poor kid having his copy of Penthouse stolen. Your choice!
Ubisoft wowed fans at E3 with its stunning, stylish trailer
for Assassin's Creed Revelations. Now one of those fans has done the
game the ultimate honor: recreating said trailer with LEGOs.
LEGO fanatic Imagine has put together an impressive recreation of key locations within the nightmarish dystopia in block form.
Director Seth Gordon blew up in 2007 when he released the fantastic
Donky Kong-based documentary, King of Kong. Gordon
will be returning to movies based around video games when he directs an
upcoming MGM reboot of the '80s thriller War Games.
Millions of gamers love him (or love to hate him) for his villainous
role in Final Fantasy VII. Others just love his fantastic "One Winged
Angel" theme. Wherever you stand on the character, Sephiroth has now
been immortalized in a pretty freakin' awesome rap song.
After all the outrage and outcries, I think its safe to say that some
people find Duke Nukem offensive, and some percentage of the people
offended by it are women or are offended on behalf of women. But do you
really understand why women are (or should) be offended? Allow me
At a recent tech conference in Japan, Sega showed off a series of
toilets that let people play games while they pee. The speed of a
persons urine actually dictates their score.
The first fan made Zelda anniversary artwork to cross our path is inspired by Majora's Mask.
This high octane short shows Cloud slashing robots while driving his signature motorcycle and
engaging Sephiroth in a flashy, high-flying battle. A much-beloved FF
VII character also makes her overdue return.
Minecraft modder Gary520 has crafted a world inspired by The Legend of
Zelda: The Ocarina of Time and A Link to the Past, complete with
memorable locations, weapons, and of course, Link.
After a long search for worthy Dance Central competition, I think I may have finally
met my match. Behold this adorable child dancing his little heart out to
Rihanna's "Disturbia". On Hard. And he's incredible.