From time to time, I’ll make a stunt out of my interviews with video game professionals. I’ll do this when they’re bunched together for a weeklong event like Game Developers Conference or the huge E3 show in Los Angeles. I’ll convince every executive and game designer I speak to at one of these things to ask a…
When there are no Pokémon centers nearby, the battle-weary Pokémon plops on the ground to take a breather between random encounters. At least, in the universe where these crochet Pokémon are from.
As in, a portrait made of actual table salt. Of Game of Thrones’s Daenerys, Mother of Dragons. Neat!
No household item stands a chance against the Great Knife, even if it takes a while to swing, or angrily poke with.
Debuting in Fallout 3, the Shishkebab is, at its most basic level, a sword made of junk that’s on fire. In honor of the blade’s return in Fallout 4, a fan decided to make a real one. It went terrifyingly well.
Link’s Twilight form, immortalized in statue... form. It took the artist several long weeks, but I’d say it was worth it.
Dubbed the Ocalele of Time, this is an Ocarina of Time-inspired, handmade ukulele that also happens to look like an ocarina (albeit with tiny guitar parts attached).
Looking at Pokémon on a tiny handheld screen messes with your perception, I guess. Maybe watching the anime would’ve helped.
Very cute but probably very easy to lose. Better not drop them. Or take them near couches.
They're round, they're small, they're fluffy, they're based on cute fictional monsters, and they're smiling. Yep, that's a deadly combo alright.
Steve Minty is such a huge fan of Disney's Up! that he adopted a dog, named her Doug and fashioned an MP3-powered voice box so the pair could cosplay together. If these two don't deserve a custom Up! dog house, I don't know who does.
This mahoosive model of the Eclipse-Class Super Star Destroyer from Dark Horse's Star Wars: Dark Empire comics more than lives up to the excessive grandeur of the Imperial Navy. Just as it was ridiculously oversized in the comic, it's ridiculously (and awesomely) oversized here.
The One Ring has many powers, but considering it's a) a ring and b) made of nigh-invulnerable magical gold, it's not the easiest thing to rest your weary Hobbit-head on. This adorable version of it solves all of those problems (with none of the magic, of course)!
Dissatisfied by the video game LEGO offerings released thus far, LEGO enthusiast Ben Fleskes takes matters into his own hands, crafting a working Pac-Man arcade cabinet made almost entirely of LEGO bricks.
Not only has video game scripter and user interface artist Maggie Wang created her own custom LittleBigPlanet sackboys based on characters like Spock and Hellboy, she's also willing to make yours as well.