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Posts Tagged ‘ Video Games ’

$10,000 24-Carat Gold Plated Xbox One


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The folks at Harrods have decided to up the ante releasing a 24-Carat Gold-Plated Xbox One. It’s the same Xbox One Microsoft released worldwide back on November 22nd, but it has been drenched in gold by the customization team at Crystal Rocked. Unfortunately the controller isn’t decked out in gold.

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Pop Culture Bros Connecting with Other Bros


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Created by an artist known only as Paper Beats Scissors, this collection of  illustrations depicts the single moment when two different characters from pop culture meet and give each other an empathetic fist bump due to a similarly depressing trait that they both share. For instance, when the Dark Knight and Harry Potter meet for the first time, they fist bump the fact that they are both orphans. There are a huge amount of characters included within the series from film, television, video games, comic books, animation and technology.

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Grand Theft Auto V Made $800 Million in 24 Hours


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Rockstar Games have announced that their latest game, Grand Theft Auto V, has netted over $800 million USD  in revenue in just 24 hours. The game will become the fastest selling in history when it breaks the $1 billion mark, a feat which took Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 fifteen days when it was released last November. Rockstar are reported to have spent $265 million creating and marketing Grand Theft Auto V, making it the most expensive game in history, but figures like these mean they’re even smashing the Hollywood movie box office. Compared to the blockbusters of 2013, GTA V is already ahead of films such as as Fast and Furious 6, World War Z, Man of Steel, and the year’s highest grossing film, Iron Man 3, which took home $200 million USD on its opening weekend.

Street Fighter Motion Sculptures | 2013


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For Dan the Ad Man – an Ireland-based video director and art director — the desire to learn CINEMA 4D and Vray in his spare time lead to an inventive, pop-culture influenced dimensional short film. Building on the characters within the iconic Street Fighter 2 video game, Dan was able to render dimensional executions of each character into a video that is set to sampled Capcom’s Street Fighter 2 in-game sound effects. Blending his personal passion in the world of 4D graphics with the nostalgia of one of his favorite video games, the Street Fighter Motion Sculptures video renderings represent the colors, moves and shapes of a variety of the game’s characters.

“Life is Hard” Series by Andrei Lacatusu


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Life is hard and talented Romanian illustrator Andrei Lacatusu knows it. Inspired by this truth he created a wonderful series of illustration called “Life is Hard”.

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Gemma Louise Atkinson


Gemma Louise Atkinson (born 16 November 1984 in Bury, Greater Manchester) is an English actress, television personality and glamour and lingerie model. Originally from Bury, Greater Manchester, Atkinson took her GCSEs at Castlebrook High School before becoming a commercial and photographic model. Her measurements are 36E-24-36. Since launching her parallel career as a glamour model, Atkinson has appeared in provocative photo shoots in lingerie and swimwear, for men’s magazines such as ArenaFHMLoadedMaximZoo and Nuts. She has also appeared in the video games, Command and Conquer: Red Alert 3, as well as Command and Conquer: Red Alert 3 Uprising as Lieutenant Eva McKenna.

If You Grew Up In The 90’s, You NEED To See This.


I’ve said many times before that I spent the majority of my growing up in the 90’s.  Video games, movies, and television shows were all the building blocks of the person I am today (just like Bob Marley had an influence on my parents).  I came across a video recently that pretty much sums up everything I knew and loved as a kid growing up in the 90’s.  And if you had access to media, you know most of it too.  Check the method.

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