Rob and Shireen are bigtime Peggle fans. Big enough that Rob went to PopCap and asked if they'd help him pop the question. Hell yes they would! Game studios love this kind of thing. But just in case Rob and Shireen weren't like, an actual thing, Peggle 2 made sure to leave a way out. A hella awkward way out.
Man, I don't have kids (that I know of) and I'm dawwwwwing all over this PSA that the ESRB just put out. It's a reminder that it can be hard to say no when your kid's so excited for Ninja Attack!, or whatever they're clutching, and you want him or her to be happy. But it's important to read the ratings and use…
Everyone, say hi to Reese. He got the thing he really, really wanted most for Christmas. And yes, it's Tank! Tank! Tank!, which was ... not exactly the best launch title for the Wii U.
Remember Sissy's Magical Ponycorn Adventure, the absurdly adorable game made by a five year old girl?
After passing by a restaurant named Wecks, artist Andy Helms immediately thought of a familiar exchange in Mass Effect, made about 20 times cuter. Full size at bottom.
It's impossible to watch this and not think of Randy Parker, Ralphie's brother from A Christmas Story. C'mon guys! C'mon! Hey! That's not funny! Guys!
The Living Legend proposed to his girl yesterday at Marvel's Comic-Con 2011 booth. (Given the setting and costumes, these appear to be actors rather than civilian cosplayers, but the proposal is genuine.) As seen by Comic Book Therapy [h/t Daniel K.]
The mangled syntax and childlike enthusiasm of Team Fortress 2's Heavy is very much reminiscent of a five-year-old's view of the world, the obvious inspiration for this crayon drawing about his friends and teammates.
When Katy McGilberry of Semmes, Ala. came home from work Monday to find her husband, Wade, surrounded by cameras, holding a ridiculously large check for a ridiculously large amount, she felt like she was going to have a baby. Literally.
Two years ago, longtime reader Jacob C. was expecting his first child, a daughter. "I wanted her to have a handmade video game quilt, unrivaled in awesomeness as only they can be." Problem is, neither he nor his wife quilted.
If you are just now making Valentine's Day plans, son, you are hosed. But these cutie-pie cards from Valve and Capcom might - if minimally - defray the ass-beating you've got coming.
If her "awwww! Yes ... !" reaction doesn't melt your heart, then that little dog jumping and wagging his tail when they kiss will definitely finish you off.
Seems Capcom USA (driving down the 101, San Mateo here we come ... ) has seen an employee baby-havin' boom lately. To properly indoctrinate the next generation, their offspring are romping around in Capcom-themed onesies with the drop-seat dumper flaps. Ha-POOP-en!!!
This is the most touching marriage proposal involving the word "motherfucker" - and a spiked baseball bat - I've ever seen. A woman enlisted the help of Fallout's modding community to build a level in which she popped the question.
Crafts-maker Rosemary Travale hadn't done video-game related work in about three years, and this week's release of Scribblenauts inspired her to bring main character Maxwell to plush life. Look, he even has a little-bitty notebook and pencil!
This is one part dawwww, two parts badass. Part one, it's an adorable infant's Link costume. Part two: that's a BABY BOTTLE QUIVER on the back. Part three: It's made by someone called "UpKnitCreek."