Phoenix Comicon is in less than a week and with it brings some really cool local gaming cosplay, events and of course panels.
One of our writers, Mercurius FM, will be hosting a few pop culture and gaming panels that should interest our readers including panels on Retro Video Game Music and remixes, Dystopian Societies as well as a class on the History of Doom and ID Software.
This week we feature some impressive Street Fighter fan art. Street Fighter characters have changed over the years with multiple costumes and styles. These beloved characters are represented in every art style out there by fans, as well as every perspective and with them performing every move.
Here’s a few of our favorite artistic representations of some Street Fighter characters.
There has been some impressive fan art made for the upcoming multiplayer first person shooter from Blizzard Entertainment, Overwatch. The large list of playable heroes and interesting character design have inspired artists to create portraits as well as dynamic artworks.
Here’s a few of our favorite artistic representations of some Overwatch Heroes.
Welcome to Cover Art! A section of the site where we look at a video game’s box cover art and briefly discuss it’s gameplay and legacy.
Pokémon Gold was released in Japan in 1999 and North America and Australia in 2000. Pokémon Gold was part of the second generation of the Pokémon series and added a 100 new Pokémon to collect as well as expanded the world of Pokémon to … [ Read More... ]