Destiny 2: Season of the Lost, Bungie’s 30th Anniversary Pack

It’s been about a month since the release of the anniversary pack, and things got busy quickly over here in Taipei. I took a break from playing during the month of November. I just couldn’t stomach grinding and playing the same stuff over and over again. I wanted to do GMs and gild my Conqueror title. I haven’t done that yet, but thankfully I’ll probably end up doing it before the end of this absurdly long season.

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Tetris Sculptures: Get Stacking!

Tetris is an amazing game. I have played that game for hours upon hours on the funky green screen of my old Game Boy. There have been many different versions of the game that have released over the years, but there’s something just so right about the original. The artist behind these sculptures must have felt the same way, with these clearly Tetris-inspired sculptures.

tetris sculptures real life

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Mad Men 8-Bit YouTube Game: NintenDo-nDraper

This interactive 8-bit-style YouTube game uses the choose-your-own-adventure ethos to prepare you for the next season of Mad Men. It was created by The Fine Brothers with music and animation by pixel artist Doctor Octoroc (Levi Buffum).

interactive mad men game

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8-Bit Abe & George: Play Your Favorite for President’s Day

President’s Day is upon us, and what better way to celebrate the USA’s forefathers than by getting yourself some appropriate retro 8-bit t-shirts, featuring Abe Lincoln and George Washington looking like characters from you favorite Super Mario game!

president play day 01

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Mega Star Wars Duels: A Long Time Ago and 8-Bits Away

After his Super Bros collection, featuring all sorts of my favorite characters rendered with some pixel love, Ty Lettau is back with some Star Wars love. This time around, he focuses on the battles between good and evil, Light Side and Dark Side, Jedi and Sith.

mega star wars duels 1

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Remote Control Shutter Release Made Out of Wii Nunchuk

You probably have one or two extra Wii Nunchuk controllers lying about, or better yet, some cheapo knock-off ones that your friends, family, or kids just chucked around too hard and you no longer use. This was why Duncan Murdock decided to use one of those spare controllers to make a remote shutter control for his new DSLR.

Wii Nunchuk Shutter Release DSLR 01

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Real Life Angry Birds

Indian artist Mohamed Raoof decided to bring his own spin onto the Angry Birds phenomenon. Instead of cases, toys or video games, he came up with how these angry birds would look like in real life. One thing’s for sure, they look just as pissed off IRL as in the game.

mohamed raoof irl angry birds design geek art

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Limited Edition Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 Xbox 360 Console Looks Sweet

Well, that Star Wars Xbox 360 might be delayed (until 2012), but this limited edition Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 still is on track and it looks pretty cool. The console will feature an MW3-inspired design on the console itself, and on two matching wireless controllers.

limited edition call of duty modern warfare xbox 360 console

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Angry Birds Knock on Wood Board Game: Not Available on Your Phone

Well, you asked for it and it’s finally available. The official Angry Birds board game Knock on Wood is not really for adults, but you’ll probably end up having lots of fun with it. I’ve always thought that it would make a great board game, kind of like destroying piles of carefully placed dominoes.

angry birds knock on wood board game video fun

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More Great Retro Video Game Propaganda Posters

Remember Steve Thomas’ video game art that looked like old propaganda posters? Now there are a couple of additional designs available in poster form over at ThinkGeek.

mcp tron video games retro posters think geek

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