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We've shot our way though a number of firefights in Sony's sci-fi
shooter series Killzone, and yet we'd have trouble giving you a quick
overview of the plot. If you're like us, you better brush up on you
There have been times in our life where we've played a game so much that
we began to imagine it in real life. Mario Kart was one of those games.
This video is like a waking dream.
Splinter Cell's Spies vs. Mercs mode was always a refreshing take on
multiplayer shooters. The mode is returning for Splinter Cell:
Blacklist, but see how the game is played in real life. Man is the most
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.
When the model is finished, it will be six feet tall and 90 feet wide.
Today's TeeFury contest, which pits temporarily available t-shirt designs against one another, has Assassin's Creed taking on Grand Theft Auto.
Something doesn't look completely normal here....
YouTube user Malcolm Klock took it upon himself to go through some of the games that came out this year, edit them together, and create the video you see here.
We showed you the first pics of Jazwares' Scorpion and Johnny Cage
action figures back in May, but that was just the beginning. We've got
pictures of the next round of fighters, and they're looking...well, like
you'd expect. Mortal Kombat!
Larry Scialabba has turned his hobby into a side job selling
custom-made video game controllers.
We all love Easter eggs, but they are even easier to appreciate when a developer pays tribute to a property outside their own.
Raymond Cox does like a challenge, so it's fitting that achievement pushed him over the top.