Watch as artist Robert Mangaoang (aka “Doom CMYK “) creates a digital illustration of Kratos from God of War 3 in this awesome time-lapse painting session he did using Photoshop CS3 and his Wacom tablet.
The authentic music from the game really puts me in the mood to dust of my game disc and play through again.
deviantART member Mad Peitersen has created a series of illustrations depicting popular gadgets but with flesh and bones. Are these the opposite of cyborgs?
Peitersen says that his iPhone illustration in particular alludes to his amazement at how advanced smartphones have become.
This unusual new game from Sony puts you in the role of a giant beast, roaming through town, stomping on buildings, and yes, eating citizens. Yum.
With a name like Eat Them!, would you expect anything less?
…unless of course you already have a charger. Or you only have one controller. Or you don’t have a PS3. Seriously though, while this isn’t the cheapest PS3 controller charger out there, I’m pretty sure it’s the cheapest 4-port charger.
If you’re into the Rock Band or Guitar Hero games but don’t want to lug around a full-size guitar when you’re popping over to a friend’s house to play, you might want to check out this compact guitar.
The NEXiLUX wireless guitar controller breaks down into a couple of pieces and fits neatly inside a carrying bag that you can easily fit into your backpack.
It seems to me that a Sony PS3 might be a little big and heavy for lugging around your portable electronic gadgets inside of. But this is a tiny, soft PS3 we’re talking about, so maybe it’s not that bad.
Rabbitrampage has made this fun PS3-inspired carrying case that’s perfect for an iPhone, a small media player or mobile phone.
At the recently concluded E3 2010, GadgetReview spotted an interesting product from a company called GAEMS – not a typo, it stands for Gaeming Gaming and Entertainment Mobile Systems. GAEMS showed off an Xbox-360 compatible suitcase that’s equipped with a 15-in 720p LCD screen and “a whole mess of speakers”.
Here’s a sharp contrast to the Kinect demo I talked about yesterday. IGN’s Executive Editor Greg Miller got to try out the PlayStation Move. Unfortunately Miller only had a tech demo with him, unlike yesterday where we saw some wonderful graphics courtesy of Forza.
If you didn’t think you looked stupid enough flailing your arms around with Sony’s new PlayStation Move motion controller, wait till you get a load of this. Sony has revealed their first add-on accessory for the Move, which looks like a ray gun.
The odd-looking attachment for the Move docs the main controller inside its body, providing you with gun control for FPS and light-gun style shooting games, computer with a proper trigger for firing.
I actually think that the cherry red and white gun controller wouldn’t look half bad, if it weren’t for the clown-nose-esque tip of the Move controller protruding from the front of the ray gun.
Regardless, it’s probably way more fun playing shooters with this than with a traditional controller, so will give Sony a pass on the ridiculous industrial design.
Initially I bought UFC Undisputed 2010 for its career mode, but I ended up being disappointed with it, and so are a lot of other gamers. To make things worse, the online multiplayer is even worse than the career mode.
Gaming accessory maker Penguin United is developing a peripheral for the PS3 that will allow gamers to use both a keyboard and a mouse with the console. It’s called the Eagle Eye, and as you’ll see in the demo below, it works really well.
One of the wackiest platformers ever made, Earthworm Jim is back, and after gracing Wii gamers with his presence, he’s coming to both the Xbox Live Arcade and the PlayStation Network with and updated version.
As I’m sure some of you will remember, Earthworm Jim first came out in 1994.
I have been playing racing games on my various game consoles since there were racing games to play. I remember my first racing game, Pole Position on the Atari 2600. I even had one of those pads like you used for Pong as the steering wheel.
XCM’s latest case offers your PS3 slim a complete overhaul which lets you see all the gory innards of your console whenever you feel like it.
The XCM Cyberbot case doesn’t just look awesome, it actually lets you see your Blu-ray or DVD disc spinning when it’s switched on.
Atlus’ Zeldariffic action-adventure-comedy RPG 3D Dot Game Heroes is already out, and the user-created heroes are already starting to pour in at the official Hall of Heroes, where people who own the game can upload and download said creations.