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Ben Heck, who takes requests and creates videos for assorted console modifications, recently created one-handed PlayStation 4 and Xbox One controllers.
This fan created, 1/37th scale portion of Battlefield 4's "Operation Locker" is so detailed you might mistake it for being in-game.
Blacksmith Tony Swatton says "I choose you" to a certain bladed Pokémon.
A site created by Dark Souls fans allows you upload your save file to see how many time you've died.
Update: Raymond Cox didn't achieve 1,000,000 Gamerscore during his live stream, but he came close and plans to hit his goal on Monday.
Not all of Jurassic Park's iconic scenes include dinosaurs. One, which has been faithfully created online, involves hacking a computer.
After the complicated sale of a defunct arcade a few years ago, the city of Glendale, CA is preparing to auction off a large collection of arcade cabinets.
Fight Club is old, but not really old enough to have
been an SNES video game. That won't stop some fans from
An artist has created a highly detailed painting of the Master Sword in the Lost Woods from The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, and is selling prints.
In fact, it is a business card. Just one that can also play Tetris.
How do titans fare against asteroids, missiles, and bugs? Head over to the Titanfall Arcade and find out.
If you're looking for a easy and geeky art project, you should check out this 8-bit Mega Man created from Lego blocks.