The lights are on
During last night's Ohio State versus Nebraska football game, the
marching band performed an impressive medley featuring Pokémon, Mario,
Tetris and more all with accompanying on-field patterns.
This shield would probably shatter into a million Lego pieces if it were struck with a sword, but it still looks awesome.
The talented James Gilleard has teamed up with OHNO!DOOM, a Chicago-based art gallery, to show off the Team Ico-inspired masterpieces.
It's late, the kids are in bed. Why not watch a really strange gaming
video? Maybe the kids aren't in bed. Let them watch too. Maybe you
don't have kids. Whatever your kid situation, watch this video...or
don't. You don't have to please us.
Penney Design, a graphic design company in London, England, has created a series of images imagining the television show Lost as an '80s point and click adventure game.
Street Fighter is a fun fighting game, but anyone who's been in an
actually street fight can tell you that it's nothing like the real
thing. Check out this humorous take on what a realistic Street Fighter
might look like.
Making sweet pop culture recreations in Minecraft is nothing new, but
that doesn't mean it's getting old. Check out what the Hoth battle from
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back would look like if George Lucas had used Minecraft
to create all his special effects.
Reddit user kilod3lta posted a few photos of what has to be the best way to receive Borderlands 2 as a gift.
What if Portal 2 stars GLaDOS and Wheatley weren't machines? What if they were people?
Ever wish your Xbox 360 controller looked more like a dense piece of wood with some typewriter keys wedged into it?
YouTube user Matthew Patrick has put together an extensive video connecting many far reaching video game franchises into one persistent Universe.
It seems fitting that one of video game's most popular fighting games
would collaborate with the board game that causes the most fights.