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Under the Pale Blue Sky of Faron Woods, Inside the Mushroom-Lit Skyview Temple of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, as Totilo will explain a bit later today in his full impressions of the game's initial dungeon, is the sort of Zelda that fans have been waiting for, for two decades. More »
Last summer, legendary Japanese figure maker Kaiyodo released a Revoltech figure of Woody from Toy Story. Soon after it was released, people started noticing that, yes, something was off with the figure. More »
I use my PC almost as much as I use my lungs. I work ten hours a day on it, and when I'm not working on it, I'm sending emails, curating Facebook or watching videos of cats. More »
Like another man who has done such fine work for Blizzard, Mathias Verhasselt, Chris Thunig is here for one reason and one reason only: his amazing landscape paintings for Diablo III, StarCraft II and World of Warcraft.
Thunig specialises in matte paintings, which are static, highly-detailed images... More »
When you think about it, commercial video games are usually pretty harmless. Sure, they can be violent, but there's rarely any larger controversy surrounding a game involving things like drugs, politics, or sex.
Which only makes 1982's Custer's Revenge all the more interesting. More »
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