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We're fans of Legos here at Game Informer, both the video game and plastic brick kinds, so we always like to see them combined in interesting ways.
Mass Effect's Mark Meer does a dramatic reading of a song about the character he played.
And Dr. Wily, as a matter of fact. Some of Capcom’s classic Mega Man bosses have been made into impressive sculptures.
Six years of work and three full-length albums later, musical group Man
Factory has completed its Street Fighter II-inspired rock opera.
Each layer of the cake represents the cylindrical levels in the game.
The Secret of Mana gets some attention from a cappella savant Smooth McGroove.
Jonathan Mann takes on Rockstar's Western epic in his latest Song A Day video.
Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze gets the red carpet treatment at the Sundance Film Festival courtesy of Hey Ash, Whatcha Playin' and Freddie Wong.
Professional air hockey players worldwide begin weeping.
Take a look at the latest themed version of Monopoly, set in the world of Activision's Skylanders.
Rumor has it that Minneapolis is going to be blanketed in snow all
weekend, but even if you're not stuck inside like us, I've got a good
excuse for you to spend the weekend with a controller in your hands:
the Game Informer Online Weekend Frag-Fest.
My personal drink of choice while on an intense World of Warcraft raid
is an energy drink, but I know plenty of guild members (and co-workers)
who prefer beer. Now Taverncraft and Sideshow Collectibles are giving adult WoW-lovers a new way to indulge in drink while gaming: the Tankard O'Terror.