Really3D's minimalistic, silly recreation of the iconic Game of Thrones opening might be a joke, but looking at the precisely scaled models, you must admit it probably still took him a lot of time to do this.
Metal Gear's story is a mess. Hideo Kojima might make great stealth games, but boy, dude also needs an editor.
If you know nothing about gaming, but you're curious, what should you play first? If you've played hours of Candy Crush and you're looking for something better, what's the next step? Here are some suggestions for the best "gateway games".
Creepypastas, or scary stories that circulate primarily on the internet, might frighten the heck out of us—but damn if they're not thrilling to read. It was only a matter of time before someone came along and actually made a book about them.
You've (hopefully) seen the original Zelda on the Oculus Rift. Now I'd like to bring your attention to the Oculus Rift version of what some consider the best Zelda game—not only is this in first person, which makes the game look way different, but it also lets Link jump whenever you want.
Look, we all have our weird dorky fascinations, right? Well I actually wanted to pick up Warehouse And Logistics Simulator, because that's one of mine. Well, it seems like it'll be a bit longer until I get into the simulator genre.
The problem with a revolutionary technology is what happens when it falls into the hands of the general public—including drunk people and their obnoxious friends.
When numbers get either very, very large or very, very small, it's hard to conceptualize exactly what they mean. But this vintage video is a simple guide to comprehending numerical extremes.
Threes is a really fun, addictive game, but it's only on iOS. Well, someone created a browser-based "demake" of Threes that you can play right in your browser.
Here's a fascinating new Kickstarter project: an RPG that sets out to teach Japanese to English speakers.
While this might look like a rehearsal for an upcoming superhero movie, it's actually a working concept for a suit of armour built by Sydney company Chiron Global. Armour that's been designed not for show, but for sport.
In case you ever wanted to know more about how a video game title sequence was put together, here's a great interview with the three folks most responsible for The Last Of Us' gross intro.
Do Pokémon really evolve? How do we know that? Do we have actual science to prove that Pokémon evolve? Or do new Pokémon just appear in a flash of light sometimes?
In the end, both The Last of Us and its (fantastic) new downloadable expansion Left Behind had a lot to say about life, loss, and why we fight to survive. But they said those things in slightly different ways.