In the latest episode of Toco Toco TV, a fantastic web series that goes behind the scenes with Japanese artists, the team visits EDITMODE, aka King of Games, a t-shirt company based in Kyoto that has been making official Nintendo gear for 15 years.
The latest installment of Activision’s toys-to-life series series allows players to create their own Skylanders characters. Thanks to a mobile app launching alongside the game later this month, they’ll also be able to make 3D printed figures, playable trading cards and t-shirts featuring their creations.
Welp. There's no word on whether or not Bungie will re-record Peter Dinklage's infamous voice acting in Destiny, but they have gone ahead and made the meme it spawned into a T-shirt.
Microsoft’s Phil Spencer made the rounds in in the slight-casual variation of the Game Exec Wardrobe: blazer, t-shirt, dark-hued jeans. But, eagle-eyed viewers will have noticed that Spencer quick-changed his tops as the morning went on. Think he was sweating a lot?
T-shirt purveyor Meatbun is having a Memorial Day sale, in which objects of art like these two Kotaku t-shirts are on sale for $5 each. You should buy them all. All of them.
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.
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.
Internet standard-issue clothing dispensary Threadless has struck a deal with Microsoft which will see some of the outlet's shirts made available for its Xbox avatars.
Gamer clothing creators Jinx have teamed up with Riot Games competitive PC gaming sensation League of Legends to create a set of shirts that I do not understand. Do you?
Michael McWhertor, formerly of Kotaku, currently of GameTrailers and always of chestcloth providers Meat Bun, is brightening up the holiday season with what I think is the best collection of shirts his little operation has yet to come up with.
Forget his flirtation with Nintendo on the Wii. Monkey maraca simulation Samba de Amigo was, is and always will be a Sega icon, a reminder that the Dreamcast was cool, quirky and now very, very dead.
Purveyors of fine video game t-shirts, Meat Bun Heavy Industries, are back with an all-new line of clothing. And by clothing, I mean fine video game t-shirts.
Artist Michael Myers was brought in by t-shirt team High Score Society to design a range of gear in which modern video game heroes were rendered in a stylised 16-bit-ish form. The results? Wonderful.
This year is the 15th anniversary of the Resident Evil series. Yes, it's been 15 years since the first game was released on the PS1. So Capcom is celebrating with a very fancy t-shirt.
One of my favourite Tumblr sites, Game & Graphics, which celebrates great graphic and visual design in games, has decided to go into the t-shirt business. And what a way to start.
Link and his evil other half designed in classic playing card style by Winter-Artwork. This Zelda themed design will be heading to fangamer.net very soon!
The manufacturers of this $15 have simply called it "VolTRON", which I suppose makes more sense than my first attempt, "VOLTR2N".