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Music wasn't what brought singer Emi Evans to Japan. But it's what made her stay-and what is making her famous. With her work on Dark Souls and Nier, the British-born singer is quickly creating a name for herself. More »
Over the course of the Chinese New Year, a young girl took China's internet population by storm. Unlike other previous net celebrities, this lady didn't do it by showing off skin, being outrageous, or destroying public goodwill towards the red cross, instead she did it through cosplay.
She became... More »
If you've ever spent any time in Japan, you've seen them: big black buses blaring right-wing propaganda. And today, you're going to see an entire fleet of them. More »
This was once, in a former life, an entire army of Warhammer 40K miniatures. It is now one of the greatest tributes to id's classic Doom I've ever seen.
There are the obvious conversions. More »
Dear Esther is a terrible video game.
Which would be a problem if Dear Esther was a video game.
What began in 2008 as a mod for Half-Life 2 has, after years of picking up first buzz and then critical acclaim, transformed in 2012 into a full-blown commercial release, with all the updated visuals... More »
Halo 4 will be the first game in the main series to have not been developed by Bungie. If you think that means the new studio at the helm would want to tinker with the design of the game's hero, you are dead right.
McFarlane toys have released the first images of their Halo 4 action figures, and... More »
Mike Sorrentino, aka The Situation from MTV's Jersey Shore, doesn't just fancy himself as a man who struts about a reality show doing...stuff. He also fancies himself as, of all things, a video game developer. More »
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