Showing a fresh serving of his skills, Ken Block has another Gymkhana video up. For this course, he drives his 650 horsepower Ford Fiesta through a course that looks a wee bit like a video game race track. The association is easier to understand, considering the video was made in collaboration with EA’s Need for Speed: Rivals.
Running for six minutes, the video here gives a good, exhaustive look at the gameplay in the upcoming Super Mario 3D World game. We’ve got to say, it looks fun.
Here’s a nice little play on what your favorite apps would be like if they were Pokemon.
Hilarious comic on the differences between video games and the colorless world of real life. Hit ahead for the full version.
The great workhorse that it is, even the Play Station 2 must give up sometime. When it does, you just might recycle it into something to continue with its glorious past. Daniel Shankalonian was handed two busted PlayStation 2s, and he proceeded to transform them into a Batman Tumbler sculpture. It is 9.5 inches long, 4.5 inches tall, and available for $250 on Etsy.
Hylian Heroics: The Lost Woods is a fan made webseries inspired by the Legend of Zelda. The one above is episode two, hit ahead for the first episode, following the first that came out a couple of years ago.
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.