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Rarely was there ever a greater discrepancy between actual graphics and box art design than during the Atari era. You'd get these amazingly evocative, painted box arts for a game about...blocks. More »
The legal stoush between Bethesda and Interplay over the rights to certain aspects of the Fallout universe, which has been dragging on for years, has finally been settled, according to a report on Fallout fansite Duck & Cover.
While the actual details of the settlement are yet to be released -... More »
There's a new program available called Mineways, which uses open-source (read: free) software to let people turn their Minecraft creations into real-world objects.
We've seen services like this provided before, mostly for avatar recreation, but this looks way cooler, both because the software is... More »
If you've ever wanted to see a live-action Half-Life 2 movie, these mock posters are only going to make you want to see one a lot more.
They're the work of British graphic designer Sean Keenan, and are, for the most part, wonderfully tasteful and subdued.
He's based them on the posters for Chris... More »
When Ocarina of Time was released, the next game in the series re-used its art design. When Wind Waker was released, it spawned a number of handheld and multiplayer games borrowing its cel-shaded look.
Even Twilight Princess' art style turned up more than once, even if the second outing was for a... More »
Gameloft has a pretty poor reputation around these parts, much of it very richly-deserved, but that doesn't mean the mobile gaming specialists are entirely without merit.
In 2009 Gameloft founded Redsteam, a Singapore-based studio (formerly in Shanghai) that specialises in pre-production art. More »
Nintendo recently released an official timeline for The Legend of Zelda series, and despite providing closure for some, it provided problems for others. More »
It's...it's like the entire internet, rolled up into a single story.
A software engineer by the name of Taylor Veltrop has managed to work out a way to get a Nao robot to react to his movements via both Kinect and a Wii Remote.
His setup also includes a treadmill and a head-mounted display: More »
The Xbox 360 getting UFC matches seemed like a good idea at the time. Pity Xbox Live couldn't actually cope with all the people trying to watch it.
Last Friday, UFC 141 was slated to appear on Xbox Live's fancy TV service. More »
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