In the video game Homefront, shortly after Kim Jung-il dies, his son Kim Jong-un gives a fiery speech and mobilizes the military. In real life, the manga-reading, video game-playing successor appears less fiery-though he does resemble a Dragonball villain. More »
Shoplifting is a crime. Just ask Winona Ryder. Yet, people still do it. They shouldn't, but they do.
The above jacket, while not designed for shoplifting, is destined to become primo shoplifting gear. More »
French artist Remi, aka Afekay, has landed a rather pleasant little gig doing the concept art for work-in-progress zombie survival sim Project Zomboid.
Coming out of mobile games, which is where the decidedly non-Zombie stuff you'll see here comes from (specifically Gameloft's Dungeon Hunter 3 and... More »
Pokémon don't faint. That's Nintendo blowing sunshine up your ass. They battle other creatures with elements, teeth and claws, and when one of them loses, they are beat up.
A truth artist Justin White is choosing not to ignore with this series of images showing what a Pokémon actually looks like... More »
When Sega pulled out of the hardware race over a decade ago, it meant the poor little Dreamcast never got the successor it deserved. Well, aside from the Xbox.
That hasn't stopped French industrial design student Elie Ahovi from conceptualising what a Dreamcast 2 could have looked like.
Being an... More »
I'm done with Skyrim. I've seen enough and done enough of what came with it to satisfy me, so I've put it down. I haven't put it away, though, because I know the game's creation kit is coming soon. More »
So much is made of NFL 2K5 and the blaze-of-glory conclusion to its rivalry with Madden NFL that it's easy to forget another title once threatened EA Sports' glamour franchise. More »
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