Unlike champions in various MOBAs, StarCraft units don't have any skins or any cosmetic features, so we have to compensate with our imagination. Artist Tamás Gyerman, for example, took a few units from the game and redesigned them to fit a post-apocalyptic world.
If you have a couple of minutes to spare, you need to watch this visually stunning fight that breaks out between cowboy skulls and steampunk humans. Trust me.
Logan's Steampunk-themed "SWAT team bust" diorama is not a typical LEGO build. He named it "The grand arrest of Professor Filius Bertram" and that arrest includes coal-powered airships, a tank and something that looks like a tripod. Very cartoony.
No wonder there's no one in these pictures wielding the massive 6.5 feet tall Buster Sword, Cloud's iconic weapon from Final Fantasy VII. It probably weighs a ton! More specifically it's a slightly modified steampunk version of the weapon, made by the folks at Brick Replicas.
Steampunk games that feature steam-powered machines and settings in an alternate history of the Wild West or the industrialized British era of the 19th century are rare. Maybe even rarer than cyberpunk titles.
Though collectors everywhere feel a pang in their sides from seeing the rare sight of a Top Loader edition NES (NES-101) so brutally redone, everyone else can lean back and enjoy this beautiful reconstruction.
Reader Devin has turned a regular ol' Xbox 360 controller into something a little fancier: this steampunk pad, which not only coats the controller in a rusty finish but adds a lot of neat touches like new buttons.
I'm pretty excited to play publisher Bethesda's first-person stealth game, Dishonored. It encompasses a dark theme that appeals to me, as well as a very neat steampunk style that I've always enjoyed in games.
We ran a picture of this amazing, hand-made bit of steampunk cosplay earlier today, but I liked it so much I decided to chase the guy down and interview him.
Sam Kurd from B15SDM Designs didn't add a little steam punk to his custom fight stick, he added a lot.
Steampunk: it's everywhere you want to be, especially if the place you want to be is Paragon City circa June 1, 2011, when the City of Heroes Steampunk pack goes live.
Atlus Online has revealed the first game to be offered on the new online community, JoyImpact's massively multiplayer online steampunk game Neo Steam: The Shattered Continent.
“Gatheryn welcomes players into a world where steam powers everything from vehicles to mechanical monkeys, and mystery enshrouds a romantic landscape reminiscent of Charles Dickens’ Victorian London.” Stop. You had me at 'steam powered monkeys'. Gatheryn seems to be pitching itself as a sort of World Of Warcraft for…