Brian Luong's tribute to Skyrim leads off this preview of Giant Robot's new Game Over show opening tomorrow. Follow below the fold to see creative interpretations of Princess Peach, Metroid, Q-Bert, and more:
Slightly away from the chaos of E3, but still in LA, last week Giant Robot held another of its Game Over exhibitions, showcasing video game-themed pieces from some of the world's (well, internet's) favourite artists.
Angelenos, Santa Monicans and sundry Southern Californians, if you'd like to play some video games outside this weekend, join us for Giant Robot's "Game Night 5" in Los Angeles on Saturday night to get your hands on future indie hits Skullgirls and Skulls of the Shogun.
The big Game Developers Conference happens next week in San Francisco. Then it ends and people who care about video games will have nothing to do but discuss all their great new ideas for video games and attend an art show in the area.
You may have already seen the Nintendo Famicom-inspired Scion xB in stills, but you'll be missing out if you don't see the other sights and sounds this customized ride has to offer.
A tragedy has befallen the Songbird Kingdom. Irradiated food and twisted mutants run rampant and it's up to you, Ducky and his trusty steed Lazerduck to rid the once peaceful land of Governor Cheeseburger's evil hordes.
Giant Robot specializes in "Asian American Pop Culture & Beyond," which means that this is the store to go to to score obscure figurines, bizarre stationary and the ultimate Hello Kitty accessories. This month, Giant Robot is also the place to go for video game art. Starting on October 11 and running all the way…