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What if you took the best parts of Mario -- mushrooms, goombas, saving
the princess -- mixed it with the emotional gravity of Braid and then
transformed it into a small indie drama of a movie? Here's your answer.
The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One are parodied in this episode. Get ready for some laughs.
Johnson has hand-crafted one of the
most impressive Star Wars fan films.
The cover of this week's Time magazine is all about VR and Oculus
Rift, and unfortunately the results aren't great. Thankfully, the Internet has
pushed up its sleeves and made the best of it.
You can help decide if Rothfuss writes or plays.
These fantasy animals caught our eye for what they could be with a bit of tweaking.
Nvidia's Shield, the Android-based portable gaming system designed to
compete with systems like the Ouya, has been out for over a month now,
but if you still don't know what to do with it you could blow it up.
Disney already bought Lucas Arts so if they just buy Nintendo this crazy mash up might actually work.
DC Comics was kind enough to provide GI with an exclusive first look at the
cover art and solicitation text from the fourth issue of the five-part
mini-series that will lead in to Batman: Arkham City.
Earth's mightiest heroes get disassembled.
Nintendo characters continue to popular subjects of creations in
Unreal Engine 4, and the latest game to receive translation is Zelda:
The latest video from Fine Brothers Entertainment's React series
places teens behind the wheel of the 1997 Nintendo 64 racing classic.