The lights are on
Heads of Microsoft and Sony enter the fray as the town of South Park becomes the ultimate battleground to decide the new console king.
Machinima Prime is getting set to release a series of fan-made short films based on some popular video game franchises this summer, and is kicking things off with Fallout Nuka Break – Red Star.
Lego builder Julian Fong put over a year and a half of work into this
16-figure set representing nearly all of the Super Street Fighter II
I never fail to be amazed by the awesome concepts people come up with
for unique Twitter accounts. Here's the latest that I've discovered: a
Legend of Zelda fan has created a Twitter profile devoted to chronicling
the adventures of his Toon Link toy with clever tweets and adorable
Chris Hooton (a.k.a. Sabretooth) specializes in custom made video game toys. He's really outdone himself with this beautiful 8-inch figure of Wheatley, the personality core that charmed the video game world in Valve's Portal 2.
Ever wonder what Lady Link or Larry Croft would look like? Check out our gallery.
It was a triumph that this excellent video was made for under $500.
We all love Easter eggs, but they are even easier to appreciate when a developer pays tribute to a property outside their own.
Some people are too impatient to wait for K'Nex to build their own Titanfall titan. Count Microsoft employee Bruce E. Brown as one of them.
After pricing Prince Peach's castle just under $1 billion, the Movoto real estate blof decided to tackle another notable piece of video game property: Dracula's castle.
Artist Christopher Behr spent nearly a year creating a digital, three-dimensional version of Onett, and it's gorgeous.
Something doesn't look completely normal here....