video games

Grand Theft Auto V

by lintly on November 2, 2011

in Games

Check out the new trailer for GTA V, which is due out sometime in 2012.

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If you’re reading this, it’s pretty safe to assume you’re irrationally nostalgic about a handful of classic NES games like I am. Prepare to be awed by the incredible fidelity of the following stop-motion recreations.

Right? I can’t for the life of me figure out what the first game is, though. Tell me in the comments if you know.

(via Topless Robot)

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If you think the only thing missing from Renaissance art was the lack of video game characters then you just might want to check out some of these examples depicting just that.

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Lately I have not been posting much here or on my site, due to having a ton of work finishing up on a film and attempting to do some of my own. That does not mean that the fact that gaming on the web has become amazingly good slipped past me. Flash is quickly becoming a serious gaming platform, take for example, one of the best flash games I have ever played, Robokill. Not only is the gameplay great, the fact that it is in a web browser and loads almost instantly just blows me away. The future of gaming is becoming so sweet.


Speaking of the future of gaming, check out FireNes, a Firefox 3 extension that lets you play 2000 NES games right in Firefox. While I am still waiting to get my computers back from the editors who are selfishly borrowing them, I can’t install or try this, so I leave it up to you all to do so and report back on how awesome or un-awesome it is.

UPDATE: I thought Robokill was jaw-dropping.  I spoke way too soon.  Check out this flash based 3D engine.  According to Wonderland, the version for Flash 10 is even better.  God the future is just so awesome.

And on the topic of gaming, the AP says: “$1.12 billion in May” (Go here to understand why I just said that).

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