Created for the opening of the 15th Annual Interactive Achievement Awards, this montage depicted 15 of the year's top games. The project was created by Alex Kobbs and features a musical score called "Roll the Dice" and composed by Glen Ballard. It must have been a treat for attendees.
Ok, so it doesn't actually work—it only lights up—and it will be expensive even at the expected $120 price point. But, we all know that something like will only improve a bedroom or gameroom full of helmets from Halo 3 Legendary Edition and night-vision goggles from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Prestige Edition.
Going by the reception of Nintendo's 3D update of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, there is much love for the Nintendo 64 classic even today. So it's not surprising that a group of very dedicated and talented fans got together to recreate that world in Minecraft.
The one good thing that came out of those terrible Mortal Kombat movies was the soundtrack, or more specifically, the opening song from the soundtrack. Not only does it get the heart pumping and the blood going when you first hear it, it also gets the feet moving too.
That must be what compelled these "cosplayers"—at least I think they are cosplayers—to just break out the ghetto blaster and dance like fools.
College Humor has done it again, satirizing whatever we've been occupying ourselves with at the proverbial water cooler and doing it in the context of video games—or in this case a Final Fantasy RPG (mostly). This time AMC's Breaking Bad is the subject and it pretty much nails everything. Again, spoiler alert if you haven't bought the most recent season on Blu-Ray or DVD.
Dubbed the Neo Geo Portable Device by whomever is leaking or making up this story, the system does have decent sounding specs. It sports a 4.3 inch screen, 2GB of internal storage, an SD card slot, a headphone jack and an A/V out jack. It will also come pre-loaded with 20 Neo Geo titles.
Have you always wanted to take Ninja Gaiden's Ryu through the worlds of Super Mario Bros.? Wait, really? You have? Or how about playing as Link from The Legend of Zelda? You've wanted to do that too? Okay, well, now you can... online.
I don't know how they do it, but the folks over at CollegeHumor are usually right on the mark when it comes to their spoofs. And they have done it again with their take on the entire four-season run of the sci-fi TV series Battlestar Galactica.
If you count yourself a fan of the series even after sitting through four years of political gibberish, convoluted prophecy and plot holes large enough to fly a Pegasus through, then please click on the play icon for one of the best arguments for why you shouldn't be.
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