Take a peek at the exotic and unique works of artists Boris Vallejo and Julie Bell, as seen in games such as Golden Axe II, Wolfenstein 3D, Demon’s Crest, and many others.
stories by Samir Torres
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Before Batman starred in some of the best 3D adventure games of all time, the Dark Knight made his debut as a two-dimensional detective.
Can you pair up the celebrity voice actors with their video game personalities?
PlayStation All-Stars celebrates popular Sony franchises like God of War and Uncharted, but obscure properties like Jumping Flash and Blasto may be left out in the cold.
The xenomorph creature from the Alien movies has influenced way more video games than you might think.
Jazz up your Facebook profile with Timeline covers of upcoming video games like Call of Duty: Black Ops II, God of War: Ascension, and Borderlands 2.
Power up your Facebook profile with Timeline cover images of beloved arcade games like Donkey Kong, R-Type, and Double Dragon.
Shiny Timeline cover images of mobile and social games like Angry Birds Space, CityVille, and Bejeweled Blitz for your Facebook profile.
Relive the 8- and 16-bit eras of gaming with retro Timeline covers of titles like Mega Man II, Super Metroid, and Streets of Rage for your Facebook profile.
Timeline cover images featuring indie and artistic games like Limbo, Fez, and Minecraft to decorate your Facebook profile.
Delicious Timeline cover images of “modern-retro” video games like Resident Evil 4, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, and Castlevania: Symphony of the Night for your Facebook profile.
Show your love for modern video games like Asura’s Wrath, Rayman Origins, and Dead Space 2 on Facebook with these neat Timeline cover pictures.
Shao Khan was defeated, Earth Realm was saved, and Bill Clinton was getting “special service” in the Oval Office. It was 1993, and the colorful cast of Mortal Kombat II was unemployed. What happened? Did they go on food stamps? Beg for loose change? Or, god forbid, get a real job?
Great games immerse players in fantastical worlds and adventures so extravagant, you actually wish they were real. But what if video game characters crossed over to our reality instead?