Artist Jordan Wolfson's sculpture brings a Silent Hill vibe to art with a dancing robot described as “a curvaceous, scantily clad woman covered in dirt & wearing a witch mask”
Today feels like a good day for violent Mario parodies. Watch the whole video for a fun, twisted look at what would happen if Telltale made Mario. The results are kind of amazing.
Sometimes you get an email titled "How do you get Pikachu on a bus?" and you have to open it.
"We're working on Uncharted for the PlayStation 4 so the lion's share of the studio is busy on that", Naughty Dog co-president Evan Wells on his two team studio. Read more...
James Farr's stellar Nintendo mash-up videos have combined Smash Bros with Star Wars and this new one takes on Return of the Jedi.
Kurzgesagt breaks down the history of the internet in this fascinating video. It's fascinating stuff.
Amazon just snagged the biggest comics resource on the web. Today the online retailer announced that it's purchased comiXology, the digital storefront for all things comic and graphic novel.
The latest from artist Stephen Maurice Graham takes a look at the inner life of Majula's favorite feline. Turns out, Sweet Shalquoir is a sad, sad cat.
Not all versions of Titanfall are made equal—at least, not when we're talking about the graphics.
Yesterday Nintendo unveiled Tomodochi Life, a game that our own Jason Schreier described as "Animal Crossing on Acid". How weird was it you ask? Let the GIFs speak for themselves.
What if we had giant Pokémon in Attack on Titan instead of humanoids? And what if Pokémon had guns? And what if those guns shot Pokeballs?
A new Titanfall update adds private match support for 2 to 12 players, as well as balance changes to the 40mm, Quad Rocket and Titan shields, plus bug fixes.
Yes, it's come to this. Sega is no longer making home consoles, but it's now making an anime starring girly personifications of its game hardware.
Someone is actually going to dig up the infamous New Mexico landfill that's allegedly overflowing with discarded copies of Atari 2600 E.T. and Pac-Man games.
The newest Pete Holmes comedy video poses a question we've all thought about: what if Mario were more realistic? The answer is gruesome and tragic. R.I.P.