As people around the world fill garbage cans and dumpsters with discarded bits of colorful paper, we take a look back at the wonderful things we gave and got during the 2015 holiday season. In other words, what’d ya get? I’ll go first.
In Fallout 4, not only is Santa Claus real, he wears a damn Power Armor suit. Because of course he does.
Last week I tasked our lovely community with dressing up their favorite video game images for the holidays. There are many wonderful entries besides Christmas Tree Pyramid Head, but come on—it’s Christmas Tree Pyramid Head.
Thanksgiving is over, and you all know what comes next—a Photoshop contest involving decorating your favorite gaming images for Christmas.
A mysterious Christmas gift. A disappointed-looking man. These were the gifts I gave our image manipulating community last week. What they've given us is in return is pure holiday magic.
'tis the season, and Kickstarter's game dev community is making sure none of us forget it. In the past weeks, they've been sending out holiday wishes with their project updates, sometimes including some rather nice art.
Well, it's about that time of year when you get to see a lot of your family. Your virtual family, that is. Despite The Sims 4's many warm and fuzzy qualities, though, the game doesn't come with a ton of stuff to help put you in the mood for the holidays. Modders to the rescue!
Sometimes you love a game so much you've just gotta create a short animated holiday special based on it, and so we have Wind-up Dog Animation's short but sweet Shovel Knight Animated Holiday Special.
This is not an expression one wants to see on Christmas morning. What could possibly upset this vaguely Chris Evans-ish model so? That's up to this week's 'Shop contest participants.
With only ten days to go before Christmas, knitters around the globe anxiously chew at the end of their needles, trying to come up with the perfect video game-themed holiday sweater. I believe we can help.
Every year I tell myself I'm just going to sit at home and wait for online sales. Every year I'm at Walmart at three a.m., combing their electronics sections in case someone missed one of the cheap-ass televisions that sold out minutes after they opened. Surely I am not alone. What gaming goodies did you end up…
With a mere one-third of the year remaining until Christmas, it's time for all of the good LEGO-loving boys and girls to find out which Winter Village set Santa's leaving under the tree this holiday season. We're getting the full Santa's Workshop, baby.
Without anything else to hand off for the rest of the season, benched Washington Redskins franchise quarterback Robert Griffin III rolled up to Redskins park earlier this week with a sedan full of Xbox One consoles for the offensive line that let him get sacked 38 times this year.
I'm sure you've always had a sneaking suspicion that the story of Christmas past is quite a bit different from the story of Christmas present. But how about Chanukah and Kwanzaa?
Turducken? Turducken is nothing. Behold Cthulken. Or Craturktopus. Perhaps Turkrakon. Whatever you call this dark combination of turkey, crab legs, bacon and Elder God, it is the one true Last Supper.
Every year on April 16, folks across the country set aside their differences and roll out the poaching pits, shiny brass vats used to craft one of the integral components of the most expensive breakfast item on the menu outside of a steak. If you put Eggs Benedict inside of a steak, it wouldn't be Eggs Benedict, now…
Of the estimated 17.4 million new Android and Apple phones and tablets unwrapped on Christmas day, nearly half snagged a copy of Rovio's bird-powered physics puzzler. It sure pays to be nearly synonymous with mobile gaming, doesn't it?
Merry Christmas everyone! It's Christmas day! Is it snowing outside? Is your cat currently cuddled in your lap? Are you eating pie?
It might be the most hardcore game on Facebook, but that doesn't mean Stomp Game's mecha-Diablo Robot Rising is too cool to celebrate the holidays. It just celebrates in a hardcore fashion.
What do the holidays taste like to you? Is it the dark and playful taste of chocolate and peppermint? The warm, inviting sweetness of cinnamon and sugar? Or maybe it's pumpkin spice, a traditional baked favorite that's made a big splash in the snack game lately?