The lights are on
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.
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.
Artist Christopher Behr spent nearly a year creating a digital, three-dimensional version of Onett, and it's gorgeous.
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 love nerd art as much as anyone else, but when it comes to geeky home décor nothing can compare to this masterpiece.
Twitch Plays Pokémon was a huge phenomenon for the streaming service, and it has shared a few of the viewership stats surrounding the 16 day journey.
A talented engineer and programmer has created a water tube that raises
and lowers its water level to represent your life or mana meters.
Don't bother going to the theater to see Django Unchained, the internet has all the entertainment you need.
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.
If Samus always gives a "thumbs down" during mission briefings – as
told in Metroid: Other M – what thumb rating do you think she'd give to
Pate-keetongu's custom Bionicle Ridley? I'm going to assume she'd give
it two "other fingers up" just because it's her sworn enemy, but the
sculpt itself would probably get a rare "thumbs up" from her.
After creating a very successful replica of Chell's portal gun from Portal 2, NECA has decided to recreate P-Body's version of the portal gun.
If you're like me, you have fond memories of playing Zombies Ate My Neighbors on the SNES and Genesis.
But this new video from College Humor and Dorkly reminded me of one
rather big question that the game never answers: Just who the hell are
these idiot neighbors?