The lights are on
Last we heard,
plans were continuing to come together to move popular mobile game
Angry Birds into the film arena. We still don't know what that project
will look like, but here's one terrifying possibility.
It turns out all you need to create an impressive real-life Mirror's
Edge video is a head-mounted camera, some red shoes, and a red glove.
It's also important that you be a very skilled parkour runner.
Duke University Ph.D. student David Schwarz has created a device that tracks your brain waves and uses them to play Pong.
The folks over at Did You Know Gaming have put together a new video covering the early history of the Tony Hawk's Pro Skater series.
Your significant other might digest you in a Sarlacc Pit for spending this kind of money.
Over 100 controllers populate this fantastic chart of our hobby's history.
The latest video from Fine Brothers Entertainment's React series
places teens behind the wheel of the 1997 Nintendo 64 racing classic.
If we could travel back in time like Elizabeth might be able to, I wouldn't be surprised if this was our fourth BioShock Infinite cover.
LEGO creator Stephan de Prouw has assembled an incredibly detailed version of Star Wars: Knight of the Old Republic's Hammerhead class cruiser out of LEGOs.
Another official movie poster has launched. Take a look for yourself!
You'll be able to watch it on anime streaming services starting October 22.
The Max Payne video games cover a lot of aspects of Mr. Payne's life,
like who he has killed, who has died that is close to him, and who died
as a direct result of his actions. This video looks at the more mundane,
like how does Max prepare toast and walk his dog?