Who knew Weird Al was so into preserving proper English?
First up from Gizmodo UK we've got Oculus Rift and Project Morpheus making a lovely couple in a joint photoshoot. Staying with photography there's some good arguments why GoPro isn't going anywhere whatever smartphones do. There's also an amazing look at the NASA space station prototypes that never got off the ground. Lifehacker UK on the other hand has 5 tricks to beat insomnia, the best Apple deals and a look at ISAs, NISAs and what all the numbers mean.
If the series came back like this it sure as hell wouldn't be the worst thing in the world.
We had some high hopes, but really it's not all that impressive.
It's a remarkably pretty game that is being described as a "genre-bending online game."
What's better than one Yoshi? Two Yoshis? What about...get ready...three Yoshis?
The exterior of the Bank of the Prophet in Bioshock Infinites was one of the most memorable parts of the game, and it's just simply incredible in LEGO form.
It's almost like I am there.
Artists Joe Hogan and Mike Vasquez's crossover series are the best example that Adventure Time and its style is just perfect for mash-ups.
Later this week, a new giant Godzilla statue, previously shown in renderings, will be officially unveiled in Tokyo.
No Man's Sky is far from being released, but space exploration, dinosaurs and pretty colours already inspired people to paint some amazing pieces. Artist Paul Scott Canavan is one of them and he really nailed the colour palette in his tribute for the upcoming game.
To those whom want exciting action shows with an adult cast and grown-up stories, I say this: “Blade & Soul is the anime for you.”
In a grim, dystopian future, a lone pizza delivery girl-slash-ninja who works for her dad must overcome her biggest enemy: a clique of rival megacorp-allied ninja.
There's a dream-like feel to The Hum's post-alien invasion horror that I love. The otherworldly atmosphere to the city streets is eerie as all hell while those spindly invaders are a creepy mystery.