The lights are on
If you don't know anything about the diminutive hero, the movie trailer (with Paul Rudd!) is here to help.
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.
Remember the action-adventure series about vampires called Legacy of Kain? The series was great,
but its lore was complicated.
An enterprising artist has put together a papercraft model set for the
inimitable Fallout 3 mascot. Do you have the folding and cutting skills
necessary to create your own bobblehead friend?
Tracy Tubera has created a sweet Mario/Street Fighter mashup and prints of the concept are also available.
Ms. Pac-Man is such a classic that it has been released on everything
from arcade cabinets to mobile phones to stand alone joysticks...and
now apparently office walls.
If Grand Theft Auto: Vice City was developed for the Commodore 64 this is probably what it would look like.
Custom made Lego blocks commemorate the release of every TT Games Lego title.
You can fight like a Krogan, run like a leopard, but you'll never be better than Commander Shepard.
Katie and Barry went the extra mile to create an original side-scrolling video game to let their friends know about their upcoming nuptials.
We've been playing takes on Sonic the Hedgehog's gaudy Casino Night Zone
for 20-odd years now, but what would happen if the speedster visited
the real-life equivalent of that level? Leave it to the comedians at
Mega64 to find out.
The Blue Bomber will be starring in the game, which will be getting a Kickstarter campaign this month.