[GAME-INSPIRED] Take a trip down memory lane through this photographic series documenting the evolution of video games controllers from the 1976 Spanish video game system Teletenis to the PS Vita in 2013.
[GAME-INSPIRED] David Friedman just rediscovered the photographs he tool with his Game Boy Camera back in 2000. The black and white pictures are of course very pixelated but we can still recognize typical New York landmarks such as the Rockefeller Plaza, a Giacometti sculpture at the MoMA or yellow cabs.
[GAME-INSPIRED] In this photo series based on Grand Theft Auto V, Benoit Paillé overlays the real world with the virtual one. Scenes from the game appeared to be snapped by people holding a large variety of cameras.
[GAME-INSPIRED] In this artistic intervention created by Georgie Roxby Smith, a female character from GTA V commits suicide over and over again in front of different audiences and at various locations, but her fatal action is only met with indifference.
FaceRig lets you become a CG character when video chatting: Instant digital cosplay and instant creepiness all at once
[GAME-INSPIRED] You might not recognize them at first but each one of these four shorts centers on a different Super Mario character. The Fixer, The Addict, The Star and The Soldier are respectively Mario, Luigi, Peach and Toad.
[INDIE GAME] At first, 'Drei' looks like an extremely stylized digital version of Jenga but with a great extra feature: you will have to collaborate in real time with other players to solve some levels.
[INTERVIEW] We asked a few questions to Théo Le Du, aka Cosmografik, the creative director and game designer of "Type:Rider", about the origins of the game and his stance on the world's most hated font.
[GAME-INSPIRED] This new interactive website will tell you everything you want to know about Mario. From the 1981 Donkey Kong game where Mario was known as "Jumpman" to the upcoming Super Mario 3D World, the "Museum" presents the different games of the Super Mario franchise divided by eras.
[WATCH&LISTEN] To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the cult fighting game, Capcom released last year a special "Street Fighter 25th Anniversary Collection" set that included a 72-minute documentary about the game. The video is now available for free on YouTube.
[WTF] "Japan World Cup 3" is not a video game per se, it's actually an online race horsing simulation in which players bet on the outcomes of the CG race rather than control one of the colorful creatures of the competition.