This is actually a good look for me. One of several good looks that highlight one of my favorite features of kung fu MMO Blade & Soul: playing dress up.
It's the veritable motherlode of humorous pop culture-themed Zelda shirts.
The latest creation from video game clothing designer Enzo Volante is this outstanding Mega Man hooded jacket, which won't get made unless Capcom gets enough preorders.
There's something to be said for giving players a fixed set of armor and equipment upgrades to strive for, that perfect set of stat-enhancing items that let other players know exactly how accomplished they are. That something is "boring."
I was browsing Reddit casually last night and stumbled on this seemingly well-made Journey hoodie by user volpinazzurra (you can only tell so much from pictures). "It's reversible, too," I excitedly proclaimed to myself and my cat. Quickly check the comments and...oh. Not for sale. Not on Etsy. Probably can't bribe…
It's been over two years since we saw the design for the first one, but Indonesian artist machine56's amazing line of Dead Space hoodies and shirts are now finally ready to order, direct from the artist.
It looks like I may be about to add a third outlet to my tiny list of "stores I buy gaming shirts from", because Gametee—a new outlet that's about to hit its Kickstarter goal—is designing some very attractive tops.
No matter how you feel about the popular social/mobile game Words with Friends, you have to appreciate a property that spawns a piece of art in which Cobra Commander shoots Captain Planet through the chest as Shredder, Boba Fett, Skeletor, the Terminator and a Dalek look on.
Our good friends at t-shirt company Meatbun are selling two official Kotaku shirts.
When I introduced myself yesterday, a number of you expressed interest in my admittedly stylish Dark Souls hoodie. With the sigil and color scheme of the lovable character Solaire emblazoned on it, it's one of my most prized possessions.
Given the game, I'd have put money on any official StarCraft hoodies looking something thrown out for free at trade events, not something people would pay good for money for.
Not content with releasing just one line of shirts this month, the friends of Kotaku at Meat Bun have released a second, and this one's all about souls.
Friends of Kotaku Meat Bun have dropped four new shirt designs this week, and we're particularly fond of two of them because, well, they're Kotaku shirts.
CafePress and Imangi Studios take an endless run at fan's wallets with the launch of the official Temple Run merchandise store, packed with shirts, bags and other apparel that will identify you to others prone to rubbing their mobile device for long periods of time and then shouting "Dammit!"
The next World of Warcraft expansion is only a week away, which gives me something to do until November, when the official Mists of Pandaria panda hoodie I just ordered from Jinx arrives.
Capcom's online store in Japan is selling these Mega Man hoodies. Just looking at them, they appear to be like any other poorly-imagined video game hoodie, straddling the fence between design and cosplay and satisfying neither.
The fine folks at Jinx have rolled out a fresh batch of Valve products, featuring some amazing Portal 2 shirts and a pair of underwear that you'll need to incinerate to earn your freedom.