People have had their fair share of gripe about the obvious lack of details in the good old 8-bit video games. Technology wasn’t mature enough for detailed appearances, and videogame artists and developers made best use of the palette available to them. With better technology, came around a different, more detailed look of the characters. […]
So here’s the final episode of the webseries Mario Warfare. It sure did come a long way from its crowdfunding on Kickstarter. The series followed up its first episode with others released at irregular time periods. And finally, here’s the finale. It’s the longest episode from the series yet, touching almost eighteen minutes.
Here’s the honest trailer for Mortal Kombat, and the entire franchise dedicated to it. In the spirit of honest trailers, this is quite spot on as well.
Gaming on the smartphone is ever increasing, and as much as we love those games, several of them run into controller related problems. Well of course, there are several options that offer tactile controls, again several of them need to be placed on the screen itself and cover some of the action on the screen.
It’s not always sunny in video game land. In fact, if these prints by Christopher Hemsworth be considered, video game universe is a terrible place for beloved characters. The cool retro-style prints are available on Society6.
For this Avengers tribute poster, artist Derreck Turner put well known Nintendo characters into Avenger forms. The characters are Donkey Kong, Link, Mario, Peach, Samus, and Kirby.
We’re just surprised a Mario – Game of Thrones mashup took this long. Well, it’s finally here. The opening credits of Game of Thrones played in Mario music style, and displayed on the game map.
Dorkly explains “The Most Realistic Game” in this comic. That is a pretty good argument.
Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist is a short live action series adapted from the game. The series will tell the story of Ken, Ryu, Akuma and Gouken, and their relationship. Going by the trailer alone, it looks much better than the awful Chun-li movie that basically Hadouken-ed cinema for street fighter. The live action series will […]
Canadian artist Steph Caskenette‘s papercraft renderings of scenes from classic Nintendo games are wonderful. The touch of paper makes these good old games and memories look exquisite with an added teaspoon of nostalgia. The images were not created by using actual paper, but the digital effect works just as good for the purpose. Prints available […]