The lights are on
Every time I think I've seen the weirdest Skyrim mod, another one rears it's creepy inhuman head into a tower and screams, "Yeah!"
We've seen a billion licensed Monopoly boards released in recent years,
but this is definitely the most impressive if you happen to be a gamer.
You'll see cameos from Call of Duty, Halo, Team Fortress 2, Goldeneye, and Half-Life, but it would be unfair of me to spoil the last one.
We celebrated Zelda's 25th anniversary by sharing our favorite memories. Other fans felt compelled to create a more tangible tribute.
After three years, Skyrim still has the power to impress us with its visuals.
Ever notice how the armor that female characters get in video games isn't exactly the most protective? What's the deal with that?
A motivated fan over on GTAForums.com has begun to piece together Grand Theft Auto V's map based on all the assorted screenshots and trailers that have been let loose into the public.
Compared to most games, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has a lot of options
for keeping your attention outside of combat. However, if you start
digging in, chances are you'll be slaying wild beasts and fellow
humanoids left and right. Unless you're Felix, the peaceful monk.
Update: The auction has expired and the game has sold for a hefty price.
One inventive Assassin’s Creed 2 fan made himself a working hidden
blade. He even posted a kind of tutorial for engineer savvy gamers who
want to follow his lead. However, if you try to build one for yourself,
and then get picked up by a group of hooded gentlemen in a white van,
you didn’t hear about this from us.
UPDATE: There is no way this is a coincidence. Just five months ago, a first Half-Life onion ring appeared online. Now there is another.
In this edition of The[Crafty]Gamer, UK native Stuart Harris shares a
few of his incredible video game themed posters and explains the