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Artist Mona Robles is skilled at creating Mayan-inspired art, and she has been using her talent to redesign Pokémon.
Ratchet & Clank are celebrating their 10th anniversary this year,
and in honor of the occasion, Insomniac has partnered with iam8bit to
create a very cool, very limited series of posters.
Sony HQ is celebrating the 25th anniversary of Metal Gear with a bento bearing the detailed faces of Snake and Raiden.
We've only seen SubZero locked in combat. What does he do in his off
time? With the name he has, he's obviously an ice cream salesman,
slightly edging out Sweet Tooth as violent game characters who are
linked to frosty treats.
Two icons of the 16-bit era are coming together in a comic book crossover. That's enough to get most gamers interested, but the slick 16-bit variant cover art is even better.
A crafty LEGO aficionado has reproduced a slew of the critters out of
the plastic bricks.
This collection of clever meat charts by artist Jude Buffum
reveals the tasty innards of video game characters ranging from Ganon to
Yoshi to chocobos. Tasty, tasty chocobos.
Have you ever thought that the already-kind-of-weird musical gang
fighting of West Side Story would be improved by a little bit more video
game dancing? Me neither, but clearly someone did.
Here's a great glitch that a
YouTube user found in WWE Smackdown vs. Raw 2011.
Talented sculptor Mike Nieves has put together an impressive Rapidash creation that uses almost no traditional Lego bricks.
Chris Kluwe's trading card debut is the talk of the NFL...and World of WarCraft forums.
Our friend Stuart Harris has created another remarkable video game-inspired poster comprised of just a handful of colors.