Normally miniguns just sound like regular guns. With this mod, they can sound like Top Gun(s). Yes, I went there, and I'm not sorry. Not even a little bit.
Ralph Savelsberg wanted to build a LEGO fighter jet, so he figured he may as well build one of the most iconic out there: not just an F-14 Tomcat, but Maverick's F-14 Tomcat from 1986's Top Gun.
Lego Tomcat with Maverick and Goose from Top Gun in Lego. See more photographs below, as well as a Lego Jurassic Park Ford Explorer with Ian Malcolm.
If you've got, I don't know,
a couple months nine years to kill with nothing else to do, start following @555uhz on Twitter. That person will let you watch Top Gun for free, just as long as you don't mind watching it without sound — and about a frame at a time.
When you finish that pack of cigarettes, you're left with more than filters and smelly clothes. There are also empty cigarette boxes—oh, and the possibility you're getting an awful disease. But let's ignore the health risks for a minute! Let's just focus on those empty boxes, and the awesome fighter jets they can…
There are two things to know about the new Top Gun jet combat game: 1) Its creators have changed lines from its '80s Tom Cruise inspiration for the worse and 2) it'd be better if it wasn't about Top Gun.
About two years ago, a guy posted a how-to for turning old NES cartridges into a harmonica. If you lack the tools, know-how, or NES carts to make one yourself, someone's now selling them, for $24.99.
Last year, Days of Thunder quickly asserted itself as a serious arcade racer on the iPhone. Paramount's back with Top Gun, looking to do the same for combat flyers.
I mentioned earlier this week the CBC's misguided attempts at laying the blame of Brandon Crisps' death at the feet of pro-gaming, and not society, his parents or Crisp himself.
When Midway scrubbed their Austin studio and binned a game nobody had ever heard about - Career Criminal - many people were left, well, nonplussed. After all, it's a bit hard to get worked up over a game that you've never heard of. But a few retrospective tears may be in order today, as Variety brings word that…