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Lego builder Paul Hetherington has a special talent for bringing the home-base of Batman's most iconic foe to life.
Jason Freeny is an artist who does custom sculptures showing off the
horrifying insides of otherwise cute characters. His latest subject is
none other than Nintendo mascot Mario.
What is the one thing Half-Life 2 has been missing all these years? Doom's weapons and enemies, of course.
The latest video from YouTube's favorite special effects wizard, FreddieW and Rocket Jump, showcases the difficulty of aiming a virtual gun when all you've got to work with is a small touch screen.
This humorous trailer, put together in the style of director Wes Anderson, leaves us wanting to see the whole film.
The Other Places YouTube video series from ultrabrilliant takes special care in highlighting some of modern games' most stunning and detailed environments.
Remember this bad boy? I sure do. Etsy user LymansTerms obviously has fonder memories of Half Life’s Barnacle beast than most of us. So much so he created a tribute in sculpture form to the monstrosity, perfectly crafted to hang from your ceiling and molest innocent passersby.
Both Kinect and Minecraft have been providing ambitious and intelligent gamers with the opportunity to showcase impressive mods and hacks, and so it’s only to be expected that they would eventually be united as one.
We'd love to see this Legend of Zelda fan-film come to life.
Expect to see some of these brick-based locales in the upcoming The Lego Movie Videogame.
Penney Design, a graphic design company in London, England, has created a series of images imagining the television show Lost as an '80s point and click adventure game.
For the past 50 years, neuroscientists have been trying to figure out how the human eye is capable of tracking movement, and with the help of gamers and MIT, scientists are closer than ever.