A Colossal Undertaking [Comic]

A throwback to Shadow of the Colossus… [Source: The GaMERCat | Like “The GaMERCat” on Facebook | Follow “The GaMERCat” on Twitter] Advertisements

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WANT: Legend of Zelda Triforce Light

Let The Legend of Zelda Triforce light shine power, wisdom, and courage into your home! From Thinkgeek: The eternal quest: to track down the three golden pieces left behind when the Goddesses who created Hyrule left this realm. You can shed light into the darkness of Hyrule, with the light of the Triforce. But this […]

Happy 20th Birthday Nintendo 64: The Nintendo 64 Song [Video]

Nintendo 64 celebrates it’s 20th Anniversary today, and for the occasion, our friends Chad and Angie from The Screen Team wrote a fun song! Check it out! [Screen Team]

The Deadpool Rap: Dead to the Pool to the Pool to the Dead [Video]

Dead to the pool to the pool to the dead: If it doesn’t make sense, then it’s all in your head! A fantastic new song by the always amazing and entertaining Dan Bull! [Dan Bull]

Modern Games [Comic]

I don’t know how the update and installation process is on the Xbox One, but this comic reflects how installing a new game on your PS4 feels like, especially when you buy it a few months after release when a few patches already came out for it. [Source: Ry-Spirit on Deviantart]

The Legend of Zelda as a Studio Ghibli Movie [Video]

Artist Matt Vince inspired himself from various Zelda x Ghibli posters he created a while ago to animate his vision of what a Legend of Zelda would look like after going through the minds of the artists working at Studio Ghibli. Needless to say, this is only the vision of a fan and will likely […]

Dorkly Comic: Gaming – What It Looks Like VS What It Feels Like

Artist @JHallComics from Dorkly takes a look at various classic video game moments and what they feel like while your experiencing them. NIIIIIINNNNNNNNTTTTTTTTTTEEEEEEEEEEENNNNNNNNDOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 64! OH MY GOD! [Source: Dorkly]

Mario Galaxy in Real Life [Video]

From Corridor Digital: We recently got a Gear 360 camera, but rather than making a 360 video, we realized we could warp the footage to create the impression of a tiny planet. Creating a real-life Super Mario Galaxy video seemed like the only logical next step! [Corridor]