Daily Archives: 10/29/2016

'Garfémon' Reimagines The Original 151 Pokémon As Garfield

Shawn Bowers is an artist who has decided to use his talents for a horrific purpose: render each of the first 150 Pokémon as Garfield. On this Tumblr blog titled “Garfémon” you can see how each Pokémon would like look

League Of Legends, Destiny, Pokémon Go Lead Top-Grossing Charts For September

Although sports games dominated the physical games space in September, the NPD report doesn’t paint the full picture of where the money is going when it comes to video games. Research firm SuperData compiles more online-oriented data, releasing monthly reports

Mario Enters The World Of The Dead In This Fan-Made Short Film

Super Mario: Underworld isn’t the first fan-made project exploring the concept of what happens when Mario falls into a bottomless pit, but it’s definitely among the most vivid. Just in time to inspire some new Halloween costume ideas or make

Bethesda Working To Resolve PC, Xbox One Skyrim: Special Edition Audio Issue

With the Skyrim: Special Edition out this week, fans of Bethesda’s critically-acclaimed RPG have been able to enjoy the game’s sweeping vistas at a higher resolution, since much of the game’s look has been reworked for modern consoles. Unfortunately, the

Skullgirls: 2nd Encore Is Getting A Physical Release From Limited Run Games

Skullgirls: 2nd Encore is the re, re-release of Skullgirls, one of the best indie fighting games of the past few years. After being ported a number of digital platforms (including phones), the game is finally getting a physical release. Announced

Financial Firm Lowers Sales Expectations Of Titanfall 2 From Nine Million To Six Million

Released just yesterday, Titanfall 2 has garnered a huge amount of positive reception, including fellow GI editor Javy Gwatlney’s own glowing review. Unfortunately, those good vibes don’t seem to have translated to impressive sales. According to a report from CNBC,

Here They Lie’s Creative Director Talks Horror, Influences, And Working On Spec Ops: The Line

Cory Davis and horror go way back. Since he was a child, he’s been fascinated with the way horror can elicit emotions other genres can’t. “Horror’s a place where you can have a big influence and impact on the emotions

Video Game Companies Affected By Voice-Actor Strike Issue Statement Criticizing SAG-AFTRA

When we last covered the SAG-AFTRA strike (which is protesting what it sees as unfair working conditions for voice-actors working in video games), the union had successfully initiated the strike, which would affect future video game projects not currently underway.

What To Watch This Weekend: The League Of Legends Worlds Final, Overwatch's World Cup, And Street Fighter's Canada Cup

We have a cavalcade of tournaments upon us this week, both major and minor. Between League of Legends’ biggest tournament wrapping up, to Dota 2’s Boston Major entering its early stages, a bunch of Blizzard games having their pre-Blizzcon runups,

Replay – Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare

In 2010, right around Halloween, Rockstar released Red Dead Redemption’s only single-player DLC – Undead Nightmare. It’s both hilarious and horrifying and we decided to give it a look in honor of the recent announcement of Red Dead Redemption 2.