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What if a live play operated in the same way as an adventure game? That's a question that
Minneapolis' Walking Shadow Theater Company answered for me with its
performance of an interactive play titled Saboteur.
Aaron Hughes directed this clever little video called Person Pinball. As
the title suggests, this video imagines a life-sized version of pinball
where the balls and flippers are people and the street is a playground.
If you have a few hours free (and have talent), you can make this amazing paper collectible!
Have you ever thought that the already-kind-of-weird musical gang
fighting of West Side Story would be improved by a little bit more video
game dancing? Me neither, but clearly someone did.
This fan-made video show what Plants vs. Zombies might look like in 3D.
The newest Amazing Spider-Man trailer got some criticism for looking a
little bit like a certain first person game from 2008. But how close
does Spider-Man come to walking in Faith’s shoes? A few fans put
together a video to find out.
We've seen some impressive Zelda collages before, but none have featured as many artists or Links as this one.
Russia is looking for ways to help celebrate its 1,150th anniversary.
You may think of the Mii character creation system as a cute but
superfluous addition to Nintendo's Wii system to help it appeal to a
wider audience. Not so fast, though. Your Mii could help save your
system from burglary.
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.
If you were partial to Kabal in Mortal Kombat 3, you probably know what
all of the characters look like with inflatable heads. If you want a
less ominous tribute to these oversized craniums, check out Deviant
Artists Reggie Robinson and Shion Sonazaki's creations.