[UPDATE 10:46pm - It’s back]. In case you haven’t already noticed, YouTube is currently down. Not parts of it, but the whole damn thing. So if you were hoping to watch some longplays, grab a movie quote or lose yourself in a spiralling maelstrom of dangerous conspiracy theory bullshit tonight, you’ll have to change…
Following on from the Nike x PlayStation PG2's that dropped earlier this year—and are now not cheap—there are two more pairs of Paul George’s signature shoe coming, this time in grey and white.
If Netflix ever wanted to branch out from live-action anime adaptations into live-action Powerpuff Girls adaptations, they could do worse than look to cosplayer jedibugs for inspiration.
There’s an Edvard Munch exhibit at the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum at the end of the month, and to commemorate the occasion a very cool set of Pokémon cards have been designed, each paying tribute to Munch’s classic painting The Scream.
Paul Allen, who along with Bill Gates founded Microsoft in 1975, has died at the age of 65 of complications associated with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
Tahir Tanis is an artist at DICE, where he’s worked on series like Battlefront and Battlefield.
Around 200,000 people went through the doors of the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center earlier this month, making the New York Comic-Con one of the biggest nerd shows on the planet.
Having already been added to Mario 64 and New Super Mario Bros. Wii, it’s now time for Bowsette to venture off into the wilds of the latest Zelda.
The latest official expansion for Cities: Skylines is all about your industrial areas, for those who like to fine-tune their factories and foster more farms.
Peter Brackley, who during its heyday was the primary commentator for Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer series, has died at the age of 67.
Star Citizen has been in development since 2012. It’s still not out yet, of course, not in the traditional sense, but this trailer for the game’s big singleplayer campaign Squadron 42 has just been released, and if nothing else there sure are a lot of Hollywood faces in it.
The final instalment of The Banner Saga has been one of my games of 2018, so it’s a pleasure to be showcasing loads of the gorgeous art that went into the making of the game.
LEGOParadise has built this replica of Fallout 76's Pip-Boy 2000 MK VI, which looks just like the “real” thing, even if it isn’t quite as sturdy.
This is Jerome Robinson, the 13th pick in the 2018 NBA draft. Or, as he’ll now forever be known, “Brock from Pokémon.”
Literally, of course, but also emotionally.
Alin Alexandru is an artist from Romania who has worked for companies like Ubisoft.
While you or I would play Mario with the game’s original soundtrack chirping out of TV speakers, George Salazar got the chance to play recently with a “full sized jazz big band, orchestra, and choir” providing the tunes.
We’ve seen some ingenious Labo designs lately, but this one from an Australian contest winner takes the cardboard cake.
Thomas Chamberlain-Keen is an artist based at Atomhawk, a studio that works on both AAA games and Hollywood movies.
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is a big game, so big that you’re given a horse and giant boat to help you get across it. So it’s best to take Ubisoft’s advice and use them (and fast travel) to get around rather than trying to walk (and swim) your way across the map like this guy.