The new Smash Bros. game has a lot of characters, but it doesn’t have every character ever created, so our ‘Shop Contest this week is all about cramming more weird stuff into this game.
E3 was this week, and we saw many different things appear onstage. Last week I asked you to create some images of the things that you wanted to see at the show, and golly did you deliver.
It’s E3 this week, and we’re going to be shown lots of games that we expect and a few that we don’t know anything about. I need ‘shops that show me the latter.
We know that the lovable Assassins are going to go on an odyssey, so I asked all of you excellent image editors to show me where this game series should go next.
With the leak-then-confirmation of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey’s ancient Greek setting, I’ve started thinking about where the scheming and murdering factions of the Assassin’s Creed franchise should go next.
Battlefield V is coming, and there’s a lot going on. Planes and tanks, shootable grenades, and a whole lot of havoc and mayhem are coming on down the line. I asked you last week to make it even more chaotic, and you delivered.
The Battlefield V trailer came out this week, and it’s full of customization and the stressful weirdness that players have come to expect from the franchise. But we’ve gotta make this battlefield bigger.
A teen boy, a giant key, and all of our lovable Disney favorites make up the basis of the Kingdom Hearts universe. Together, we made it a whole lot bigger.
We finally have some real information about Kingdom Hearts III, so let’s take this opportunity to show Square Enix, Disney, and everyone else what we really want to see in the third entry of this transmedia franchise.
The wide world of Switch ports got me excited for new things on the platform, so I asked our excellent community image editors to come up with even better ports. I now need all of these to exist.
Donkey Kong Tropical Freeze made the jump from WiiU to Switch this week, and it’s got me thinking about games that should be on that portable console that everyone seems to love. So let’s get those games on there.
In the spirit of something red and redemptive, all of our favorite characters went West in last week’s ‘Shop Contest. They rustled and wrangled their way into the frontier spirit, and some amazing ‘shops came out of their struggles to homestead their way into their new lives.
In honor of the Red Dead Redemption 2 trailer from earlier this week, I think it’s high time we take the ‘Shop Contest to the uh, wickey wild wild, wicky wicky wild, wicky wild, wicky wicky wild wild wild west.
All of the video game characters have taken a hint from Kratos and learned a little bit about growing the heck up, and this week we get to check out what they’re doing with their brand new retirement funds, mowed lawns, and hats with fish on them.
The release of God of War has opened up the possibility that the icons of gaming can grow up to take responsibility for the world around them. Kratos is trying to raise his son, but what does growing up look like for other famous protagonists?
Geralt of Rivia deserves to do whatever he wants, so I asked you to help me achieve his dreams. I asked that Geralt be put into lots of games, and you delivered things beyond my wildest imagination.
This week contained the 10th Anniversary of The Witcher series of video games, and I think it’s appropriate that we celebrate Geralt, the lovable protagonist of those games.
I asked for dogs, and you gave me dogs. Lots and lots of dogs, some of them excelling at their craft, and others just hanging out. It’s the perfect storm of dogs and video games, so let me show you the submitted images that I enjoyed the most.
Well, you did it. You created some of the best ‘shops about putting characters on boats that I have ever seen. This is the kind of boating scenario where everyone wins.