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The handheld contraption allows people to zip around the floating city of Colombia's network of wires. NECA is showing off an impressive replica of the device.
A forum member attempts to reason with parents who love to turn off the computer mid-match.
Capcom has partnered with clothing designer Volante to create this very
cool Mega Man-inspired jacket, but there's a catch if you want to get
your hands on it.
Artist Aram Bartholl sets his sights on de_dust, adding to a body of work that slyly brings virtual concepts and items into the real world.
Fans of the science fiction NBC show LOST and gamers are one in the same.We've seen numerous references to LOST in video games as well as artists creating their own versions of point and click LOST adventures. Here's the latest LOST video game crossover.
RJ Palmer, whose work imagining Pokémon as realistic creatures is always impressive, recently gathered up a number of his creations into one huge collage.
Artist and illustrator Marinko Milosevski has shared his most recent work with us.
The Sega Genesis was ahead of its time in many ways, including online connectivity.
Stewart Harris returns with another brilliant video-game inspired piece.
Did you ever wonder why Tingle was imprisoned in the first place? Artist Katie Tiedrich, a.k.a. Awkward Zombie, explores one possibility in this Wind Waker-inspired comic strip.
With a thumbprint scanner and a super strong magnet, you too can be worthy.