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This week The[Crafty]Gamer features Robert Mangaoang from Honolulu, who has created amazing prints featuring iconic characters and the possibilities of PlayStation Move. Plus get a sneak peek of his zombie art. Mangaoang's art is featured in the December issue of GI so be sure to check it out! Learn more about the artist after the jump.
Artist Mona Robles is skilled at creating Mayan-inspired art, and she has been using her talent to redesign Pokémon.
YouTube channel devinsupertramp, with the help of Ubisoft, has put together a new parkour video about Watch Dogs.
Inception was a great movie, and it would probably make a great old school video game.
Remember Assassin's Creed: The Fall, the AC tie-in comic book that launched last year? Apparently it did alright for Ubisoft, because at San Diego Comic-Con, the publisher announced a follow-up series titled Assassin's Creed: The Chain.
This amazing build features a working trigger, sliding pump, and removable drum.
A radiant port and a naval battle between two Man O' Wars are among the pictures from British artist Ninjatic.
The man that created "Epic Skyrim Rap" is back with another club...er...basement apartment banger -- and it's great!
Experimental video game website Viagame decided to pit a professional racer against a virtual racer while both were in the same vehicle.
One Etsy artists brings together Super Smash Bros. and Adventure Time to form the poster you never knew you wanted.
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.
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.