Developers can’t always stop piracy. But they can try to have fun with it, at least.
I've finally given up on Destiny. And feel like a better man for having kicked the habit. But boy, if there's one thing that would get me back into the game, it would be novelty Daft Punk armour. Because really, we were all only playing it for the shiny new gear anyway.
Maybe you've heard the entirety of Daft Punk's latest, Random Access Memories. But I'm guessing you haven't heard the album in an 8-bit style, as a single song. Thankfully, Joe Jeremiah can indulge you there, with this here video.
Aussie artist BossLogic has done these insane mashups of Iron Man, turning Tony Stark's mechanical alter ego into an Iron Assassin, Iron Mega Man, an Iron Saiyan (hey, that sounds awesome) and even Iron Punk.
In preparation for their new album Random Access Memories, Daft Punk have teamed up with The Creators Project to make a series of videos about their collaborators on the record, who include Nile Rodgers, Panda Bear, Paul Williams (known for writing music for The Muppets), Chilly Gonzales, and in this one, Moog…
Standing 15cm tall, these Daft Punk action figures are being released by Bandai Japan’s "premium collector's label", Tamashii Nations. They're out in November. Price is TBA.
Many of us have played some version of Breakout before—but probably not on this scale, and probably not to Daft Punk. The neat thing is, this game uses a Kinect so that you control the paddle by moving your body—and, more interestingly, snippets of the song are played depending on what you can hit with the ball.
Because Lord only knows Isaac Clarke could do with some more colour and music from time to time.
No matter how Propaganda Games' video game companion to Disney's Tron: Legacy turns out, it will always have two tracks from Daft Punk's movie score to make it worthwhile. Disney Interactive details the music of Tron: Evolution.
Robotic French duo Daft Punk will be spinning the deadly discs of Tron: Legacy's digital soundtrack. They'll also be making a cameo in Disney's sequel to the original Tron. Get a sneak peek at both, right now.
If hoodies and t-shirts aren't going to cut the mustard for your next big Tron cosplay, you have better options: either make your own or have the woman who made Daft Punk's light-up costumes design it for you.
I'd argue game trailers for the Internet and TV commercials are two different beasts.
.html The addition of French electronic duo Daft Punk to FreeStyleGames' DJ Hero may represent the tipping point of my DJ Hero purchase. Especially considering the group's extensive contributions to the soundtrack.
Last week's news that electronic music duo Daft Punk would be contributing heavily to Activision's DJ Hero is followed by this week's screenshots of them doing just that.
DJ Hero won't just be for hip-hop fans, electronic music, in the form of Daft Punk, will also be playable on the rhythm game, Rolling Stone reports.