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Are you a fan of Pokémon and the X-Men? If so, then today's special on TeeFury.com is perfect for you.
You don't really think about how much Double Fine cult classic
platformer Psychonauts has in common with this year's summer
blockbuster film Inception -- or at least, I hadn't -- until someone on
YouTube goes ahead and blends the two together. Enter Inceptionauts.
Italian television station Fox Retro recently created a trailer highlighting its line-up of classic TV shows, such as Happy Days and The A-Team. The station decided to theme the trailer around retro video games, and the result is pretty awesome.
A group of indie game designers have gotten together to create a group of Magic cards you'll definitely want to tap.
Instead of re-envisioning old franchises with modern graphical capabilities, artist Junkboy specializes in “demakes.”
Papercraft-creator extraordinaire Steo has vowed to release a new papercraft model every Monday. He has four series of Portal paper models planned.
Blizzard fans recently put their carving skills to the test in a community contest with a handful of 64GB iPads on the line.
If you're looking for a way to test your World of Warcraft knowledge amongst your friends, Blizzard has you covered.
In their latest video, professional harp duet Camille and Kennerly Kitt, a.k.a. the "Harp Twins", play a medley of songs from The Lord of the Rings film trilogy.
Master Chief and Arbiter were last seen finishing off The Flood and
escaping the Ark at the end of Halo 3. Sadly, they were separated as
that game came to a close. Lucky for us they are back together again in the amusing photo-blog Master Chief Off Duty.
Super Smash Bros. Brawl featured a battle with a giant hand, but this
is way cooler. Watch a disembodied hand do battle with an animated
figure that looks a bit like Akuma from Street Fighter.
This artwork has become the talk of the Game Informer office. Read on to find out why.