In 1989, marking the start of the blue-clad ninja's two-and-a-half decade career, the first Strider game was released in arcades throughout Japan and North America. From then on, it was a road filled with cameos, curious localization decisions, and slashed-up baddies. »
(Image removed at the artist's request and pulled from their own site, too - sorry!) Hard to tell which parts of this amazing Legend of Zelda pictures are painted, and which parts are real. It's a matte painting, made by artist Saad Alayyoubi for the ambitious Zelda Project.
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For some reason, the typed, un-illustrated manual, in Finnish, for Bram Stoker's Dracula on the NES is a very desirable collector's item. Finland's equivalent of eBay currently has a listing for one, where it's been bidded up to the equivalent of about $1,200 U.S. »
No matter how full the internet is with Metroid fan art, there's always someone topping it with something special. Here's an injured Samus Aran with some awesome coloring by DeviantART user muju. Could look at this all day. »
Dave Nunez sure likes 3D printing stuff, and his latest project was no small undertaking. Inspired by his desk lamp and a pile of spare parts, he came up with the design for this 'NESPoise' system, and it sure is pretty. »
What's the Moon from Majora's Mask doing in AVGN Adventures? The Angry Video Game Nerd-based platformer, which came out recently on Steam, has all sorts of gameplay elements from the horrible stuff James Rolfe featured in his videos (in addition to lots of swearing). But Majora's Mask? That's not a sh**ty game! »
The mad magicians keeping Tecmo Super Bowl alive nearly 22 years after its debut have released their latest mod—Tecmo Super Bowl 2014, featuring all of the teams and players of the current league, just in time for the NFL's season opener tomorrow. »