This awesome short is a brick remake of the classic Ghostbusters by Digital Wizards Studios, who spent over 2,000 hours creating it. Man, I ain’t afraid of no ghost, but I don’t think I could have pulled this project off.
The battle of Hoth. A song of ice and fire…power. An epic battle full of snowspeeders and AT-ATs. Now, Cinefix has brought back the awesomeness with a homemade remake of a scene from the battle in The Empire Strikes Back.
Blade Runner was such a classic movie and so far ahead of it’s time that it has legions of fans, despite having virtually no expanded material aside from the original movie (and various different edits). That’s why fans love to find cool new ways to show their love for the movie.
Sure, there have been tons of Donkey Kong games on Nintendo systems over the years, but it’s been a really long time since anyone thought of making a game with the beautiful simplicity of the original arcade classic.
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.
This remake really just ought to be called A Game You Will Want to Play, So Download it for Your System of Choice Now, Dude. River City Dodge Ball All-Stars is a take on the classic Super Dodge Ball, the game that’s all about knocking your pompadoured opponents the heck out.
The guys over at Chunnel.TV scrounged up the preview trailer for the original 1982 classic CGI flick, TRON and compared it with the upcoming 2010 reboot, TRON Legacy. There are no surprises here, but the computer graphics in the new film are just a wee bit better.
Istanbul-based Antrepo design industry took the classic analog radio tuner and gave it a sleek makeover with the time tuner alarm clock.
Instead of frequencies, the scale on the clock’s face has the hour marks arranged in a line.