Artist myCKs created an illustrated set of Legend of Zelda characters painted as Samurai. To add to the sweet touch, the paintings have been done in sumi-e, a Japanese brush painting style. That looks like a great combination, and the characters look pretty darn good.
The video claims to cover every single Nintendo start screen in alphabetical order. It covers them all in nearly three hours, taking the viewer on quite a trip. A small chance exists that the list may not be 100% complete, given the sheer number and volume, though we’re inclined to believe they are all there. If you have the patience, run through the three hours of start screens, or maybe just watch some random spots (like we did).
Creatures of Zelda just got real in the art of Nate Hallinan. You haven’t known a fear of spiders until you see Skulltula in its realistic look.
Disney Princesses really know how to stay in the limelight, mostly thanks to the large number of fan art and iterations that we get to see. For the latest one, here are Disney princesses dressed up as World of Warcraft characters in illustrations by LiberLibelula.
This is a great way to arrange shots if you’re going to have a video game themed party. According to reddit user wickstone, the party was arranged by his best friend, who apparently as a good host decided to arrange shots in the shape of Mario. He posted another image, showing the glasses go out real fast.
The latest installment in the Mario Warfare series has shown up quicker than the usual. This time, they take the war to Bowser.
YouTube channel ParodiePub has created videos featuring several Street Fighter characters, most notably Chun-Li and Blanka. Hit ahead to see another video of Chun-Li being a scumbag, and a few of Blanka being a troll and making everyone’s life miserable.
This image from Auir2blaze is a list of inflation adjusted costs of several gaming consoles, if they were to reach the market today. It is quite an interesting list, pitting up the cost of the console on launch, versus what its cost would be today, adjusted for inflation. Notably enough, all costs fall quite in a similar range. The creator of the graphic says that the costs are based only on inflation and do not take into account other factors like average earnings, median income and buying power.
The gun in the video is a 9mm MP-443 Grach, used quite commonly in the game Call of Duty: Ghosts. Now this is a scale replica of the Russian made semi-automatic weapon, built all in Lego. The detailing itself is masterful, with several elements taken care of. What sets it apart is that the gun is fairly “functional.” It doesn’t shoot, which is a bummer, but the pistol does have details like a removable clip and slide action to match the gun.
Via Zazi Nombies