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This month is Responsible Pet Owners Month. And to mark it, Nintendo hired Uggie, the Jack Russell terrier from The Artist, as its official spokesdog. More »
LEGO builder Mike Nieves has put together these two awesome Pokémon models, one showing Gyarados ready to bite someone's face off, the other a Magikarp stripped bare to the bones. More »
I'm still a little shocked. I mean, I love my football and I generally love my FIFA, but if you'd told me two months ago that the single best game available at the Vita's launch would be this, a handheld port of a game that's just in time for the end of the European season, I'd have slapped you in... More »
Our running focus on the very best in cosplay is not, as some may have noticed, just looking at models/costume builders. We've also been looking at the people behind the camera, like LJinto and Eric Ng.
Or, in today's case, Australian photographer Benjamin "Beethy" Koelewijn.
Beethy has most... More »
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