Sketch Dailies is a website/exercise where every single day, artists from around the world - many of them top professionals - get together and contribute drawings based on a theme. Yesterday's theme was "Link".
Ben Hibon is an artist who has worked across advertising, shorts and feature films. But it's his gaming work that's really interesting. In 2005, for example, he directed some of the in-game cutscenes for Killer7. In 2007 he directed the Heavenly Sword animated series.
Wolfenstein is a game I like very much, a game that in spite of its rough edges and occasional tonal missteps is so full of charm and character that you can't help but put your arm around its shoulder and ruffle its hair every time you see it.
Wolfenstein's digital version on PC is a monstrous 43GB download. If you thought that was an inconvenience for people using Steam's servers, spare a thought (or a laugh) for those trying to illegally download the game.
Magic: The Gathering has, over the years, lured some of the best fantasy artists on the planet to draw some of the coolest fantasy characters on the planet. So this line of action figures based on some of the best are a no-brainer.
What do this original Kinect and Wii Balance Board have in common? Aside from a general irrelevance to video games in 2014, they've also come together to bring us the hoverboarding future that the real world has sadly failed to deliver.