PCs come in all shapes and sizes, but none of those forms include Rey's Speeder from the second-most recent Star Wars film. Crafted by Brian Carter, the case mod does more than just look great — it works great too.
Dan Marshall set out to make a game based off a single tweet, where he admitted to having very little knowledge of how soccer is played and, frankly, not caring to learn. The result of that exercise is Behold The Kickmen, an irreverent caricature of soccer that somehow makes the full loop around to being one of the most accidentally excellent takes on the virtual pitch.
The first trailer for Thor: Ragnarok is one of those trailers you never, ever forget. So, the cast and crew had a lot to live up to at Comic-Con, but the new trailer take care of at all. It's a two-and-a-half-minute ball of action, awesomeness, humour, and insanity that may be the most purely fun Marvel movie trailer we've ever seen, all courtesy of director Taika Waititi. Guys, Thor and Loki are shooting people with laser guns.
After finding 98.59 per cent of everything Breath of the Wild had to offer, programmer and mathematician Axel Wagner was stumped. He had to find that last 1.41 per cent. Manually trying to identify the last few locations using an online map got him to 99.58 per cent, but turned out to be too error-prone, leaving Wagner with one option — a Hilbert curve.
Despite an array of issues plaguing the live event today, Pokemon GO players will soon get a chance at a very rare monster. Fest attendees in particular will all get legendary Lugia in their accounts tonight, and players worldwide will start seeing Lugia appear in raid battles within the next 48 hours, Niantic announced. That's not all.
In 2001, Hideo Kojima pissed off countless fans with a simple twist. Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty did not star everyone's favourite rugged action hero Solid Snake. Instead, players spent most of their time playing as Raiden, a whiny rookie who didn't know his arse from his head. It was perfect and still is. Raiden is the hero gamers deserved and exactly what the series needed.
During yesterday's Kingsman: The Golden Circle panel, Fox premiered a new digital short, a delightfully fun crossover where Kingsman's Eggsy (Taron Egerton) runs into world's-greatest-spy-but-also-kind-of-an-idiot Sterling Archer (H. Jon Benjamin), where the two secret agents do what they're best at: Being dapper and acting kind of dickish.
Blizzard is at the San Diego Comic Con, and as part of their presence they have some official cosplay of the newest Overwatch character, Doomfist. It is, even by Overwatch standards, absolutely fantastic.
At last year's Comic-Con, we brought you the vital news that Japanese statute maker Kotobukiya was planning a new line of "handsome men" statues that would kick off with DC's Nightwing, a homage to one of — if not the — best butts in comics. Now, a year later, we finally have our first look at the statue, and it's a delight from top... to bottom. (Not sorry.)
San Diego Comic-Con 2017 got underway this week, and it didn't take long for the cosplayers to show their stuff. It's barely been 24 hours and we've already seen some major players pulling all the punches. In our inaugural instalment, we got a shockingly good Jon Snow, a heavily armed Red Ranger, and Wreck-It Ralph's Vanellope in her sweet (literally) ride!
Timothy Zahn's highly anticipated return to the world of Star Wars books with his most beloved character Thrawn has been one of the highlights of Star Wars this year, full stop. So we're very excited at the news that it's forming the basis of a brand new Marvel comic miniseries.
Between a series cryptic teaser images and an even more difficult to parse prelude comic, we knew that DC's upcoming Dark Nights: Metal series was going to involve dark, alternate reality versions of the Justice League. But we had no idea they would all be quite this twisted — or that they were all going to be half Batman.
When Marvel started teasing its Marvel Now line-up last year, one of the most intriguing titles was Kaare Andrews and Afu Chan's Iron Fists, a series about Danny Rand training the youngest bearer of the Iron Fist, a little girl named Pei. Unfortunately the series vanished off the face of the Earth — but it's back, and heading straight to Comixology.
After this week's League Champions Korea matches, the reigning world champions of SKT T1 have gone 0-8 in the last two weeks. It's an unprecedented slide for a team that has been the de facto best in the world. SKT T1 is a three-time world champion, whose roster includes not just the god of mid lane Lee "Faker" Sang-hyeok, but a long list of superstars.