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- Sunday Comics: Mining Rights
- Tim Schafer Hasn't Played Day Of The Tentacle In 10 Years. Watch Him Play It Now
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Street Fighter II is so ubiquitous in our culture that the very sounds made in the game have become part of the modern lexicon. Like if I said HADOUKEN in the street, everyone under the age of 40 would know what that means.
It is only in a world like this that a goddamn genius like Marcelo Carvalho can flourish.
Skywind, an attempt to remake Morrowind using the game engine behind Skyrim, is a pretty incredible little project. It’s essentially a mod, but it’s much more than that — it’s a homage, it’s an exercise in revised nostalgia, it’s an attempt to revive one of the most popular games in The Elder Scrolls series.
Peter Anthony Smith is an Australian musician. In his spare time he messes around with an EWI, an Electronic Wind Instrument, and records some terrifyingly accurate (and gorgeous) video game covers.
Samurai Cop might be the best/worst 90s cop movie ever made. Think The Room crossed with Lethal Weapon, somehow spliced with that Loaded Weapon spoof movie starring Samuel L. Jackson. It’s the best. Samurai Cop is a cult classic, basically because it’s completely terrible.