In 2015, over 40 of the concept artists working on HBO’s Game of Thrones got together and decided to put on an exhibition, aimed at illustrating the wider world and history of George R. R. Martin’s universe.
Achtung! Cthulhu Tactics is what happens when someone decides to go and make “XCOM meets Hellboy”. It’s out on Steam next month.
The father who sent his young daughter inside a vending machine to steal some Nintendo consoles has been arrested and charged after turning himself into police.
Periodic: A Game of The Elements is a new science board game where the board is literally the periodic table of elements. It’s up on Kickstarter now and has already blown past its funding goal.
Beginning on September 25, a moderation team at Valve “will start reviewing reported discussion posts in all game hubs on Steam.”
I know, we’ve done a Fine Art on Destiny 2 already, but there’s so much amazing work that’s gone into the new expansion that I thought it was worth its own showcase.
Xbox and Make-A-Wish are teaming up again for their Consoles For Kids charity drive, and the 2018 batch of custom-designed celebrity consoles are looking very pretty.
This isn’t photoshop: cosplayer Leon Chiro went all out on this Sephiroth getup, sitting himself in a ring of fire to make sure everything was as evil and brooding as possible.
If Nintendo can do it, Sony can too: the company just announced the PlayStation Classic, a small retro console that comes bundled with a range of the original console’s best/most popular games (including Final Fantasy VII).
Mustafa Lamrani is an artist at Starbreeze (Riddick, Syndicate) who has also worked for companies like Ubisoft.
Emilie Gauvin is a cosplayer from Montreal who specialises in costume and fashion design. Here she is as Haru from Persona 5. Panther by luxlocosplay, photo by Erik Paredes.
Adidas is coming out with a whole line of Dragon Ball sneakers, and while the shoes themselves aren’t great, the sportswear giant is hoping that the boxes they come in are reason enough for fans to drop hundreds of dollars on the set.
Nintendo’s Labo system was designed for use with cardboard, but LEGO designer Vimal Patel (like, he actually works at LEGO designing) has other ideas.
Stormy Daniels, the adult performer at the centre of one of President Donald Trump’s larger personal scandals, has a new book out next month, and somehow there is room for an excellent Nintendo/dick reference in it.
The NFL just kicked off for 2018 and the new NBA season is right around the corner, but it’s streaming giant Ninja who is on the cover of next month’s ESPN The Magazine.
A man is wanted by police after being filmed sending his daughter inside a BarBerCut Lite cabinet, where she was able to get her tiny hands on some prizes and retrieve them before the pair (and another child, believed to be the man’s son) left the scene.
In 2014, there was an Assassin’s Creed board game that wasn’t that great. In 2018, there’s a new one that will hopefully be a lot better.
DragonCon, which was held between August 30–September 3 in Atlanta, isn’t just one of the biggest cosplay shows in North America, it’s now one of the biggest cosplay galleries we’ve ever run on this site.
Kalen Chock is a concept artist from the USA who has worked for companies like Wavedash and Cryptozoic.
When I reviewed Half-Life remake Black Mesa back in 2012, I said the project “does not look like a modern video game”. A newer (and far more limited) remake, Project Lambda, does.