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While You Were Sleeping
What did you miss?
Talk Amongst Yourselves
Talk the talk.
Facetune on Android, Toca Lab on iOS and more.
Can you guess the game?
Runtastic Running PRO, Fresh Air, Skateboard Party 2 and more!
Can you guess the game?
Stuff that isn't games.
Blood Bowl, Sydney Travel Guide, geoDefense Swarm and more!
This Week In Games
What are you buying this week?
The art of Homeworld. Enjoy.
Banjo Guy Ollie’s quest to cover video game’s greatest music has only just now reached the “Still Alive” stage, but then his choice of instrument isn’t exactly cutting-edge. Don’t worry, he’s got a whole bunch of video game music under his banjo strap.
Despite the best efforts of publishers and their art teams (or clients), a video game collection can rarely look as impressive as a good stack of books. Which is why, if you’re concerned about that sort of thing, it’s a good idea to print off your own custom covers, which often look waaaaaay better than the real deal.
The worst album covers of all time made me miss the good old times of record shops. These books, however, just scare me. They scare me because, with the advent of personal digital book publishing, things are probably going to get even worse.
This morning, NBA 2K11 revealed its box art featuring Michael Jordan, billed as “the greatest cover of all time”. But there are many other athletes, also the greatest in their respective sports, who’ve graced a game’s cover. Here’s a sampling.
Here is Michael Jordan on the cover of this spring’s NBA 2K11. Cool image, a long time coming, but isn’t Muhammad Ali “the greatest of all time”?
What you’re looking at is half of the sixteen covers that will be shared out among Issue 73 of Games TM Magazine. That’s right, Games created a cover for each of the playable Street Fighter IV characters. Imagine Publishing thinks it may be the biggest split run ever done on a games magazine. I hope they reprint all of the covers as a poster.
Hit the jump for the full run.