Most of artist Matthew Frith's work looks like it was part of the best 90's adventure game never made. Which is exactly how I like my pixel art.
Arrested Development meets Mass Effect. Simple, but I can't stop smiling.
A Ron Howard imitator and some clever wordplay just make the horrific events of Game of Thrones season 3 so... entertaining. Well done, Cracked.
From the warped mind of the guy who brought you LEGO Breaking Bad here is a game that will not be shown today at E3: Bluthfighter—The Arrested Development Fighting Game.
The new season of Arrested Development is out on Netflix—all fifteen episodes of it. You're not "supposed" to, but you could watch the entire season right away if you wanted. I'm guessing at least some of you did just that.
If you're anything like me, you're pretty psyched about the ever-nearing premiere of Netflix's new season of Arrested Development. That said, it's been a little while since the last episode aired, and the show is a complex web of in-jokes and callbacks, tricky for newcomers (or rusty oldcomers) to decipher.
As part of the promo campaign for the upcoming Arrested Development comeback, there's now a Tobias Fünke sizzle reel on YouTube.
When news first broke nearly a year and a half ago that Netflix was resurrecting Arrested Development for a fourth season, the reception was joy followed by immediate apprehension. Could the expectations be met? Could it be as funny as it is in our memory? The answer, based on this just-released first trailer, is a…
There may not have been an actual Arrested Development Nintendo game, but that hasn't stopped the folks at 72Pins from imagining what might have been.
It'll take more than Facebook-with-guns for people to sign up for Activision's Call of Duty: Elite service. Which is probably why the publisher is bringing original content from two of the stars of Arrested Development to the platform.
Thirty-two year-old Atsushi Kogusuri might've thought he had a good business going. Since 2007, he's apparently sold over 1,500 modded PSPs online, with one hacked PSP going for anywhere between ¥15,000 (US$184) to ¥34,000 ($418). All of that has now changed.