If the psychiatric sanatorium from Outlast was real, its brochure would look a bit like this.
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Many female characters get excluded from the game’s cover in favor of male protagonists. Did your favorite heroines make the cut?
Discover some of the best inside jokes and secret content of the year in games like Far Cry 3, Halo 4, and Black Ops II.
How many of these video game magazine ads can you identify?
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Whether hidden or obvious, spotting cameos in video games is always cool. Here are a 13 examples.
See Booker DeWitt, poster boy of BioShock Infinite’s generic box art, star in other action games like Tomb Raider, Mass Effect 3, and Max Payne.
See the transformation from concept art to 3D models for 15 video game characters like Cortana, Nathan Drake, and Bayonetta.
Burn these items together to earn a sick amount of money and stamps.
If a video game protagonist has a significant other, friend, or relative, he or she will get kidnapped at some point. Take a look at 20 classic examples.
Throughout the Street Fighter II series, how many of these tiny graphical modifications did you notice?
Pixelated gaming stars like Mega Man, Sonic, and Little Mac step out of your console and invade our world.
Watching the Street Fighter movie 18 years later might make you realize there’s a bit of gold in this stinky heap of bison dung.
Classic film stars devolve into piles of pixels as they migrate from the silver screen to video games.
Sega’s arcade hit teaches us to be careful when you water your plants or use a phone booth — there could be a grotesque alien in disguise waiting to ambush you.
Your mommy always said there were no monsters, no real ones. But they exist. How many of them can you identify?
Street Fighter III demands quick reflexes and deep concentration to win, so it’s easy to miss little details like Mega Man in NYC, corpses of SFII characters, and Oro’s invisible undergarments.
Power up your Twitter profile with header images of video game consoles like the Atari 2600, Sega Genesis, and the PlayStation.
Jazz up your Twitter profile with video game-themed headers of classic arcade games like Pac-Man, Asteroids, and Space Invaders.
Make your Twitter profile shine with video game-themed headers of mobile titles like Bad Piggies, Temple Run, and Infinity Blade II.
Adorn your Twitter profile with video game-themed headers of Japanese titles like Catherine, Persona 4, and Cho Aniki.
Brighten up your Twitter profile with video game-themed headers of PC titles like Guild Wars 2, League of Legends, and Diablo III.
Decorate your Twitter profile with video game-themed headers of popular franchises like Grand Theft Auto, Street Fighter, and God of War.
Beautify your Twitter profile with video game-themed header images of modern titles like Halo 4, Black Ops II, and Hitman: Absolution.
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How many video games can you name just by looking at one letter from their logo?
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