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Lego builder Julian Fong put over a year and a half of work into this
16-figure set representing nearly all of the Super Street Fighter II
Super Smash Land is a fan "de-make" of the ever popular Super
Smash Bros. Click past the jump to check it out.
We've seen Mario take down a whole host of turtles and gumbas, but in
this fan video, Nintendo's mascot takes on Lara Croft, an Assassin's
Creed assassin, and Master Chief.
The strange thing about this video from the Internet's Freddie Wong, is that 20th Century Fox paid to produce a video of a fake Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter video game, as opposed to just paying to create a real Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter video game.
One of the reasons so many people love Final Fantasy VII is the story of Aeris, a girl who sells flowers in the
slums of Midgar and ends up being more than she seems. Now this
unforgettable character has been immortalized in a genuinely
awesome rap song.
In the process of busting myths, DefendTheHouse discovers an escape ship bug.
The fight choreography for the latest Marvel movie takes cues from video game fighting.
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
Ever wonder what Lady Link or Larry Croft would look like? Check out our gallery.
I never fail to be amazed by the awesome concepts people come up with
for unique Twitter accounts. Here's the latest that I've discovered: a
Legend of Zelda fan has created a Twitter profile devoted to chronicling
the adventures of his Toon Link toy with clever tweets and adorable
Raymond Cox does like a challenge, so it's fitting that achievement pushed him over the top.
These days we have video games on our TVs, tablets, phones, and the
sides of buildings, but we've never seen a video game running on a