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An indoor city comprised of over 7,000 square feet of equipment
is impressive enough, but we were equally entertained by some 8-bit
love featured in the urban obstacle course.
Crop circles! Zombies! Aliens? Crazy Dave isn't the only one losing
his mind. We want to know who's behind this craziness.
Most of the video game-inspired Lego sets highlighted on Game Informer's
website consist of thousands of pieces. This isn't the case with famed
brick builder Gilcelio's E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial creation.
Duke University Ph.D. student David Schwarz has created a device that tracks your brain waves and uses them to play Pong.
You may remember last month when I posted a YouTube video
by great nerd rapper Random featuring a track that was all about Final
Fantasy VII's tragic love interest, Aeris. Now Random is back with
another FF VIII-inspired rap, and we're debuting it exclusively at Game
You think StarCraft II's Queen of Blades is a terrifying force in-game?
Check out this incredible fan-made statue to see just how imposing she
can be in reality as well.
Peggle fan Rob wanted to propose to his now fiancé and Peggle fan
Shireen (sorry to ruin the ending) and he enlisted PopCap to help.
It's surprising how easily our brains can identify these iconic Street Fighter characters in their ultimate abstract form.
Harebrained Schemes recent Shadowrun Returns scratched an itch that the dystopian sci-fi film Blade Runner started back in 1982. Shadowrun was good, but we still wonder what a Blade Runner game would look like.
What if a live play operated in the same way as an adventure game? That's a question that
Minneapolis' Walking Shadow Theater Company answered for me with its
performance of an interactive play titled Saboteur.