The lights are on
A new speed run record has been set for Super Mario Bros., placing the new best time at just under five minutes.
An artist who goes by the name Arun Dhir posted this interesting piece
of Mario art that imagines the art style as though it came straight out
The Uncharted movie has a release date, but not a lead actor.
Nintendo isn't the only company with characters worth highlighting, as demonstrated in this fan-made video featuring familiar faces from Valve games.
Worlds collide in this slick gallery of video game and comic book mashups.
Starting last November, the LEGO building community has paid tribute to
Nate "nnenn" Nielson, a fellow builder who passed away in a car
accident, by building their own renditions of the Vic Viper, using
construction rules Nielson adhered to.
Most video game fan art looks to the past to recall nostalgic emotions related to childhood franchises, but this piece looks to the present uniting a huge collection of indie game characters.
Andy Jarosz has made a name for himself online by making miniature recreations of recognizable video game locations.
Street Fighter Cross Tekken producer, Yoshinori Ono, reenacts an M.
Bison scene from the terrible ‘90s Street Fighter film. We promise it’s
better than it sounds.
When Kazuya from Tekken step’s into Ryu’s dojo, you might expect the
Street Fighter legend to offer a polite greeting. Thankfully, he offers
up a few swift jabs instead.
When I was a kid, I used to go crazy for episodes of GamePro TV and Nick
Arcade. Sadly, TV shows with much of a focus on games are mostly gone,
but tonight I discovered one from the late '80s that I never knew about:
We’ve seen plenty of fan-made trailers for gritty versions of a Super
Mario Bros movie, but the gimmick never gets old. Step into our theater
and take a seat. It’s free, and you’re always welcome.