Sci-fi adventure game Original Journey entices with its hand-drawn pencil art of alien mutant egg creatures. And luckily, they feel as good to bombard with cannons as they do to look at.
In the far future depicted in this fan art, Link likely has an easier time dealing with Navi’s nagging. Who is now a robot. That can most likely be turned off. Isn’t the future great?
Darth Vader is nowhere near the young Jedi. Taking official numbers into account, MrSundayMovies carefully calculated how many people Luke killed in the original Star Wars trilogy. It’s a staggering 369,470. Dammit, Luke.
Here’s proof from YouTuber Max Nicholson that some good music and editing can even make Episode I, II and III look good.
A new starting area, tweaked visuals, sweeping profession balance changes—today the fourteen-year-old Anarchy Online received the biggest update its seen in ages, as well as the first $15 from me since I stopped playing in 2005.
Galactic Battles is a short film that laughs at the idea of a mere cameo.
This is The Leviathan. It's probably the best way you can spend four minutes of your time, at least for today.
From sci-fi references to artistic nods, the Mass Effect series has numerous connections to the real world—this video, narrated by none other than Commander Shepard (or Mark Meer if you will) himself, looks at some of them.
Especially when said huge battleships are Minecraft creations.
Douglas Adams dreamt up the Starship Titanic in 1982 as a half-page gag in Life, the Universe and Everything, the third book of the Hitch Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy ‘trilogy in five parts.’
"Say a Homo sapiens-specific virus – natural or diabolically nano-engineered – picks us off but leaves everything else intact. How would the rest of nature respond if it were suddenly relieved of the relentless pressures we heap on it and our fellow organisms?" – The World Without Us, Alan Weisman.
The seventh Star Wars film officially has a name now—and the internet has a surprising amount to say about a subtitle.
Look, since they usually involve smartass aliens, robots and magic powers, space battles have never been expected to the bastions of scientific accuracy. Still, it's interesting seeing just how much is wrong with the epic showdowns in stuff like Star Wars.
Look, I don't want a 3D Futurama movie and neither do you. But I'll be damned if this test shot doesn't give me the shivers.
My hands are sweating. As I walk inside narrow metal hallways, I notice that I'm hearing things that, frankly, I'm not even sure are actually there. Hollow screeches. Faraway wails. It reminds me of seeing a shadow in the corner of your eyes, a darkness your sight never catches up with but that you're still convinced…
Star Wars art doesn't get any more religious than this. Hero-Glyphs is a series by artist Josh Ln, transforming well-known superheroes and other pop culture icons into hieroglyphs. His latest pieces feature Star Wars, Ghostbusters and (surprise, surprise) Firefly:
This is what a 700-piece Warhammer 40K (also known as Warhammer $40K) set looks like, all painted carefully by hand. The owner of the collection, a Korean Warhammer enthusiast, probably went through lots of pain to complete this set, but it's definitely worth all the time and money. It looks incredible.
This is Keloid. It's not a movie. It's not a trailer. It's not even a short. It's just a "spec" project, a mock trailer made to let those involved flex their creative muscles and come up with their vision of a future where robots fight wars, and those robots look fantastic.