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Spawned from Mattel’s DC Universe Batman Legacy line, a pair of two Arkham City figures are currently in production.
Everybody loves reading stories about Minecraft. Everybody loves
watching videos of geeky dudes live-action roleplaying out in the
fields. Today, dear readers, I bring you one amazing story that blends
both of these passions.
Portal's turret sentries are so polite that it's easy to forgive them as
they shoot off your face. In addition to being well-mannered, the
turrets are also adorably designed. If you thought they couldn't get any
cuter, prepare to be proven wrong.
You may have noticed that the Kinect launch title Joy Ride has a generous
autosteer. YouTube user GELTONZ certainly did, and he made a video
where he places 3rd without actually racing.
you're playing the already-patched and relatively smooth PC version of Fallout: New Vegas,
that means you also have access to user mods, and I've located one
you're probably going to want to download.
Baker extraordinaire Tracey Rothwell is the owner of two sister cake companies. One of these, the Black Cherry Cake Company, specializes in horror-themed goods inspired by video games, television, and more.
Assassins aren't normally described as "cute," but the term definitely applies to these vinyl figures from Funko POP! depicting Assassin's Creed characters.
YouTube user MrSolidSnake750 performs the Final Fantasy VII classic Those Who Fight Further and many other songs for your enjoyment using floppy disc drives.
We've recently finished up a round of huge renovations to the Game
Informer offices, and things are looking nice around here, but it still
feels like something is missing. Luckily, flickr user mattcyborgelt has a great idea: this coffee table disguised as an absurdly big NES.
What do you get when you combine a bunch of plastic bottle caps, 16
acrylic paint colors, Perl scripts, and six months of your life? This
awesome Princess Peach art!
It's the Year of Luigi, so Nintendo brought the lovable plumber to Chicago for an adventure.
A site created by Dark Souls fans allows you upload your save file to see how many time you've died.