Han "Little Hand" Yu is a Chiense modder who has built one of the best PC cases I have ever seen.
Pardon the hyperbole, but boy, this is something else.
Inspired by the weapon and ammo caches in the game, CrazyLefty has turned his PC into something the wastelands of Pandora could be proud of.
BioShock Infinite's steam(balloon)punk world had a lot of impressive technology, but nothing that could actually play, well, BioShock Infinite.
I have a PlayStation 3. It works perfectly well. In well over four years of loyal service, it hasn't failed us yet and it most certainly does not need replacing.
This elaborate custom PC was built for display at this year's QuakeCon. You can take your pick as to what's most amazing about the project: the fact it works, the fact it looks identical to a terminal from Fallout, or the fact the entire thing cost under $60.
This "Super Nincoffee Jr." case-mod won't brew you the perfect cup of joe, but apparently it will play Super Nintendo games.
A Dutch site recently held a competition asking people to take a stock PC case —in this case a Corsair 600T—and spice them up a little. The results are spicy.
Hungarian BioShock fan Gregory Mórocz wanted to build himself a new PC, so he built himself a new BioShock-flavoured PC. Look at it. Isn't it wonderful?
Paying tribute to Portal, ulyssanov built himself this custom PC case based on the game that goes above and beyond mere tribute. One could almost say it was a...triumph.
sirleechalot wanted to build himself a new PC, one with a BioShock twist, so he did just that. The twist being almost the entire thing is submerged in liquid.
Lurking deep within the darkened Bring Your Own PC room at PAX East, the pixel Black Mage case mod waits, lightning wand in hand, for the right moment to strike.
PC gaming is big in Germany, or so we've gathered by the rabid enthusiasm shown at Leipzig and Cologne's gaming conventions. Also big is the PC case modding scene, which got plenty of real estate at Gamescom.
The last Team Fortress 2 themed PC case mod we featured, one built to look like the Engineer's sentry gun, was as ludicrous as it was impressive. Hardware modder extraordinaire Ton "TiTON" Khodee has done it again, slipping the guts of a highly capable PC into a case that apes the Engie's dispenser. It's adorable.