Toys, amazing creations, ludicrously expensive gadgets: here are things we want, but will probably never have.
"No more holding back...!"
Virtual Cities is an upcoming book that takes a very hard look at some of the most famous cities in video games.
The Ocelot is one of the most bizarre homemade consoles I’ve ever seen.
Previously hinted at, the Neo Geo Mini is now official.
It's actually an official product, too.
Check out this cool replica Warframe gun someone made using 3D printing.
There’s also an official squad-building app being released by FF, and owners of existing miniatures can buy conversion kits.
For when you want to look like your trainers have been run through the wash one too many times.
A Profound Waste of Time is a new games magazine that “plays host to a rich variety of voices from inside and outside the videogame industry”. Read more...
Bonus: it's battery-powered, so he can blast some of his favourite 90s gaming tunes no matter where he goes.
The cars look like the kind of car that Overwatch character would be driving anyway.
You can't be a legitimate sports enterprise without flogging team jerseys, snapbacks, keychains and...anatomically correct statues?
“We didn't think about creating anything useful. That’s probably why we were able to develop a unique thing.”
It's a thing of beauty.
Japanese peripheral maker Hori has the honour of making this year’s best-looking mecha game controller.