Video game movies usually suck, but these fan made movie posters based on them are always sweet.
Choosing the 11 best games of 2011 was mighty tough, given the absurd amount of amazing games that came out these year. But then again, that’s never a bad thing.
One can enjoy video games by simply playing them, but some really go the extra mile in an effort to achieve Youtube fame. These are the top gaming tributes of 2011.
Get the bare bones review on what you need to know about Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
The boys of Mega64 show us what it might be like to have the human / robot technology of Deus Ex, basically it translates to being a jackass at Best Buy.
Forget the future, the fusion of man and machine in Deus Ex is already here. From prosthetic arms and computerized eyes, the line between man and machine is starting to blur.
This week, three favorites make a return with some modern day flourishes. It’s all about being online, in high definition and in three dimensions.
Get a firsthand look at the graffiti street art inspired by the transhumanism of Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
The new Deus Ex has quite the back story. Here’s a clip that basically lays it all out; what the future holds and what you need to do to change things, possibly.
Revenge is indeed a dish that’s best served cold. With a side of stunning visuals and oodles of different gameplay modes.