The holidays are FULLY ON and with them come a slew of wonderfully creative holiday cards from some of your favorite video game developers and publishers.
One of my favorite things about the holidays is seeing all of the creative ways video game developers and publishers find to celebrate.
Look! 2011 is one pharyngeal-jaw strike away from being even merrier.
Capy, makers of Critter Crunch, Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes and Sword & Sworcery, wish you a happy holidays with plenty of presents puked under the Christmas tree.
The militaristic enemies of Guerrilla Games' Killzone series were human once, so of course they celebrate the holidays. We wish the Guerrilla team and its more than a dozen new additions all the best!
Developer Vicious Cycle and D3Publisher helpfully remind the people of the world that a festive holiday hat doesn't make the giant ants from Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon any less likely to kill you.
Always ahead of the game, literally, Prima Games sent us a card to wish us not a happy holiday, but a happy New Year.
Christmas in Funcom's upcoming paranormoal MMO The Secret World is just as festive and terrifying as it is in the real world.
CD Projekt Red gives us a choice of holidays to celebrate, in keeping with the non-linear spirit of the Witcher PC role-playing series.
The video game Deus Ex is wishing us a happy holiday. Though I believe it's more of a Merry Christmas message here. It's the hat that gives it away.
The Rock's been a bad boy this year and Saint Nick's gonna give him a big lump of coal. From THQ and its arcade wrestling title, WWE All-Stars, due next year.
The secret behind NIS America's success? It's a company that knows nothing says "Happy Holidays" like a tortured soul trapped in the body of a legless penguin.
The Prototype 2 team gets into the festive spirit with their holiday card. Looks like someone's maker is getting a lump of coal this Christmas.
Bulletstorm developers People Can Fly get into the Christmas spirit with a lovingly decorated tree adorned with Bouncers and dead bodies, while delivering the occasional gruff and snappy retort. An unhappy holiday for the cannon fodder of Epic's next game.
The video game holiday cards keep on coming. This one is from Lucasfilm and is, perhaps, a preview of a new character being digitally added to The Empire Strikes Back.
and a very bricky New Year.
And the back.
I suppose a few idiosyncrasies are in order for Issac.
Fun in the California... snow? Heck yeah!