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Cinematics animator Tal Peleg spent years animating and directing his love letter to Visceral Games' 2010 action game Dante's Inferno, and the results are impressive to say the least.
David Hayter won't be returning to voice Snake in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, but that doesn't mean we can't enjoy and relive every single time that he has asked a question about his mission.
Duke University Ph.D. student David Schwarz has created a device that tracks your brain waves and uses them to play Pong.
An inmate at a German prison found a way to elude the guards using a human-sized cardboard box, just like Solid Snake.
A Miiverse user going by Craig has created an impressive Robin Williams tribute using Art Academy: Sketchpad.
The Sega Genesis was ahead of its time in many ways, including online connectivity.
The folks behind Rooster Teeth's brilliant web series Immersion are back
again, and this time they're looking at whether or not the Left 4 Dead
scenario of average people taking up weapons against the undead is
Some games look easier than they would be in real life. Watch one man
find this out firsthand when a casual stroll through the park turns
into a lost level from the classic platformer Crash Bandicoot.
What better way to celebrate progress than to look back at your past successes?
Ever wonder what was the source of Mario and Luigi's brotherly
conflicts in the Smash Bros. games? Like most conflict, the answer
Street Fighter is a fun fighting game, but anyone who's been in an
actually street fight can tell you that it's nothing like the real
thing. Check out this humorous take on what a realistic Street Fighter
might look like.
DC Comics was kind enough to provide GI with an exclusive first look at the
cover art and solicitation text from the fourth issue of the five-part
mini-series that will lead in to Batman: Arkham City.