One of the greatest video game openings of all time made somehow even better.
The mystery of Helix has been solved. Nintendo claims he was created in a lab but Kotaku’s ‘Shop contestants know better.
From The People v. O.J. Simpson to Baskets (?) and The Night Manager, this year’s Emmys once again made us shamefully aware of the shitload of TV we consume—except for all the shows we’re not watching that everyone else seems to know about. Here are the top winners from tonight’s show. Full list here.
Last week-ish I asked our readers to use the power of Photoshop to beat the inevitable flood of Pokémon Go-alike games to the punch. Together they’ve created an array of imaginary AR games ranging from compelling to mildly murderous.
Suuuuuu-paaaaaahh-maaaaaaaaan. And we have a winner.
Last week I asked our Photoshop-savvy readers to bring a little bright and fluffy to the dreary world of Dark Souls. This is the prettiest ‘Shop Contest winners post ever.
Last week Disney released an image of the official product packaging for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It was up to our image-manipulating community to package the products—or not, in the case of this week’s winner.
Three-hundred and sixty-five days of Photoshopped pain, all at once, all for you. Tasked with combining up to five (or more) of 2014's most popular 'Shop Contest subjects into one majestic gestalt, the final image manipulation battle of last year yielded spectacular results.
Tonight Las Vegas hosted a celebration called The Game Awards. Hosted by Geoff Keighley, the show premiered a bunch of new game footage for some upcoming games, and naturally, it also gave out awards.
Over the Thanksgiving break we asked fans of space sims to prove their passion for a shot at one of 25 spots in the closed beta test for upcoming PC star fighter SOL: Exodus. Time to see who made the grade!
My absence last weekend created a bit of a stir. Never fear, we're here to award the winners of the 'Shop Contest of Feb. 6, featuring everyone's favorite Darth Maul impersonator from the Hoosier state, Ricky Lee Kalichun.
The selection of Scribblenauts as best game of E3 2009 by three major gaming outlets is a milestone for which we can find no precedent in gaming history.