The lights are on
We've recently finished up a round of huge renovations to the Game
Informer offices, and things are looking nice around here, but it still
feels like something is missing. Luckily, flickr user mattcyborgelt has a great idea: this coffee table disguised as an absurdly big NES.
What do you get when you combine a bunch of plastic bottle caps, 16
acrylic paint colors, Perl scripts, and six months of your life? This
awesome Princess Peach art!
Crop circles! Zombies! Aliens? Crazy Dave isn't the only one losing
his mind. We want to know who's behind this craziness.
You could get your details on yesterday's historic Supreme Court decision about video games from our exhaustive write-up
on it. Or you could watch this weird video that features judges firing
machine guns at the state of California, children receiving a free copy
of Grand Theft Auto IV, and a poor kid having his copy of Penthouse stolen. Your choice!
Sad news tonight, as peace talks have broken down between the Angry
Birds that have become an iPhone sensation and their egg-stealing pig
nemeses. Israeli comedy show Eretz Nehederet has the shocking (and hilarious) footage (via YouTube). See it for yourself below.
Check out some fantastic video game-themed pumpkin carvings.
The Santa Monica art gallery's new exhibit is a must for gamers in the L.A. area. We've got the pictures to prove it.
Meet Aung Zaw Oo. He's an animator who works at Uber Entertainment, the
team behind downloadable shooter Monday Night Combat. Check out this video of
his various stunts and tricks.
You may have noticed that the Kinect launch title Joy Ride has a generous
autosteer. YouTube user GELTONZ certainly did, and he made a video
where he places 3rd without actually racing.
Back in November,
I posted a bizarre Minecraft LARP (live-action role-playing) video
starring Gary Bigham, pro-LARPer. Now Bigham is back, and this time he's
tackling another indie darling: Super Meat Boy.
The Zelda themed tee or sweater may or may not grant you ultimate power in Hyrule.