Apparently, if you think deeply enough and look for characteristics, you will find that Game of Thrones characters and gaming consoles have a whole lot in common. Pairings by Gold_Skulltulla show just how close Game of Thrones is to the world of gaming consoles.
Here’s Morgan Freeman narrating the tale of Franklin’s vacation in GTA V.
A testament to great in-game graphics, this time lapse was entirely captured in Grand Theft Auto V. The attention to detail is fantastic, going from the motion of wind to the movement to the movement of clouds, or for that matter for people and traffic as well. via
The zombies never stood a chance. Not in their wildest dreams. via
Parodying the famous Dumb Ways to Die PSA, this video by gamer and musician BrySi puts the dumb ways to die twist for GTA V.
Over time and through numerous games, consoles and advances in game technology, Link’s shield has gone through several changes. What started as a little brown box has now become a well detailed and fairly decorated shield with elaborate illustrations on it. Same could be said of the sword, which went from a pixilated brown box […]
You aren’t doing it right unless you’ve got a window covered in Halo Master Chief stained glass. No, not the peasant style prints, the real deal stained glass. This was handmade out of 200 pieces of stained glass and is priced at $3900. via
Hot on heels of announcing the Steam OS, Valve has announced the Steam Controller. The new device redesigns the classic controller, with a new look and style. Designed to work with all games that have ever been on Steam, or will be released in the future, the controller has two trackpads and a touchscreen in […]
Just another wonder coming out of Minecraft, someone has managed to recreate 86,000 square miles of Great Britain in geographic detail. Joseph Braybrook spent a fortnight of creating Great Britain in the virtual world. To get the details right, he used Ordnance Survey terrain data for an accurate construction. It contains about 22 billion Minecraft […]
In a new set of prints by artist Joe Spiotto, kickass video game characters continue to take the path of cute. Red Dead Redemption, Mass Effect, or Half-Life 2 get the cute treatment in this set. Individual prints available for $20, the set is priced at $50.