The lights are on
We take a look at the contents of May 2014's Loot Crate.
A Miiverse user going by Craig has created an impressive Robin Williams tribute using Art Academy: Sketchpad.
In this trailer for his fictitious game spin-off, the point-hatted sprite chainsaws zombies and shoots Tommy Wiseau.
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.
Even in Lego form, Half-Life 2's Combine Striders are terrifying.
Sure, you could step on one of these guys with little effort, but the
memories they evoke still make me shudder.
Another month, another Loot Crate! This month's theme: villains.
One Etsy artists brings together Super Smash Bros. and Adventure Time to form the poster you never knew you wanted.
Nintendo characters continue to popular subjects of creations in
Unreal Engine 4, and the latest game to receive translation is Zelda:
The cube is one of the most important shapes in gaming, and it has gone on quite a journey.
The latest trailer for the currently Japan-only Persona 3 The Movie: #1 Spring of Birth will look familiar to anyone who has played the film's source material game.
You do not interrupt Napoleon.
Cinematics animator Tal Peleg spent years animating and directing his love letter to Visceral Games' 2010 action game Dante's Inferno, and the results are impressive to say the least.