Earlier this week our own Evan Narcisse called the upcoming Call of Duty PlayStation 4 “Ugly As Sin.” He wants ugly? We’ll give him ugly.
Colors! is an app for the 3DS, Vita and mobile which lets you create artwork. Like these awesome pieces which, while low-resolution, are still a sight to behold.
Those are Maingear gaming laptops right there. That's ridiculous. Also a beautiful trend that needs to be encouraged until our gaming laptops only exist in one dimension.
Evoking images of lilacs, hyacinth and GameCubes, Nintendo's Midnight Purple 3DS launches on May 20 in North America, giving fans another way to "customize the look of their systems".
PlayStation Network amazement-inducer Journey is very much a PS3 exclusive. But let's just pretend, for a moment, that it was also on the Nintendo 3DS. It might look like this!
Budding game artist Ed Chee (Monkey Island 2 Special Edition) will be displaying some of his works in an exhibition to be held in Toronto early next month. What makes this cool is that all the paintings were done not in paint, but on a Nintendo DS.
Due Oct. 23, Europe will get metallic blue, light blue and red, preloaded with Flipnote Studio and Facebook. Also, buying one and taking it to the Nintendo DSi Shop over the Wi-Fi Connection will get 1,000 free DSi points.
TrustyGamer has a point. Photorealism is a good thing, but can it really be an escape from reality - especially for ostensibly lighthearted fare - when the color palette it draws on represents the depressing color scheme of our own worlds? Increasingly, that seems to be the case in every title, including EA's Skate,…