This fun footage of DragonCon 2011 from YouTube user beatdownboogie has clips of renowned cosplayer Yaya Han, the Nightmare Armor costume makers and a seemingly perfect soundtrack.
Bitmap’d is to gaming as Last Exit to Nowhere is to movies. The awesome designs make references and pay homage to classic games without being tacky. The SMB 3 shirt is freakin’ boss.
Forza 4 has a virtual car showroom, with an audio tour by none other than Top Gear’s Jeremy Clarkson. Here he talks about a special ride, one of the most iconic fictional vehicles… in the world.
Uses the original gameplay code, so it plays exactly the same as it did 10 years ago, but with the graphics of a current gen game. Switch the visuals to classic mode if you’re feeling nostalgic.
Petetheduck hasn’t stopped having fun with the Halo: Reach game engine, and built this amusing FPS pinball table. Requires more reloading than with flippers, though. Map here. Gametype here.
Set after the conclusion of Halo 3, Master Chief is back to kick off the first in a whole new trilogy. We’re hopeful that 343 Industries carries the Bungie torch with pride in this Q4 2012 release.
Gameplay from upcoming 2D fighting game Card Sagas Wars, featuring Halo‘s Master Chief and Metroid‘s Samus Aran. Another gameplay video with Link going up against Cloud Strife here.
Alan Marsala and Chance McManus combined footage from Halo: Reach with live action – and cheesy acting – to make their short film, You Will Never Get The Power Core.
The talented Ben Caulkins has built a remarkable Master Chief helmet completely from LEGOS which features many fine details, including the dazzling gold visor (from a modified motorcycle helmet).
For video game characters, dying is nothing but a minor setback – they’ll just respawn. That is until they go to heaven and want to stay dead. Also, apparently dead Spartans don’t get halos.
This Halo: Reach smackdown pits hip-hop legends Snoop Dogg and LL Cool J against each other in an epic multi-player match, complete with amusing trash talk, cameos and failed distractions.
Adding to the hype about the impending release of Halo: Reach, Bungie just dropped this gorgeous live-action/CGI video as a teaser for the game’s 9/14 launch. Get out your plasma pistols!
YouTuber Tobuscus does an unnecessary but nonetheless hilarious singing narration of Bungie’s Halo: Reach trailer. Seriously guys, why wasn’t the gun already turned forward?
An ongoing series of Halo videos featuring amazing aerial moves like rocket jumps and grenade jumps, made by Halo fans for Halo fans. The latest video is filled with their most absurd tricks.
If you’re into Halo and haven’t run out and bought yourself the new Xbox 360 yet, you might want to wait ’til 9/14 for this $400 silvery-grey console, bundled with Halo: Reach, and two controllers.
Not sure if you’re going to pick up Halo: Reach when it comes out? Nothing better than gameplay footage to help you decide. Already sold? Check out the game’s treasure-filled Legendary Edition.
When we saw Peter Mander’s Halo Covenant Elite costume in progress last year, we thought it looked pretty cool, but wait til you get a load of this awesome 7-foot tall costume in its completed form.
Modder Moz was looking for a cool Halo-inspired weapon to go with his Spartan costume, and decided to make himself a fully-functional laser-sighted Ma5B Assault Rifle that fires Nerf darts.
The top-of-the-line version of the upcoming FPS includes exclusive Spartan and Elite armor, a box of game artifacts, and a collectible statue of Noble Team by McFarlane Toys. Ships 9/14.
Bungie’s April Fools joke this year is a doozy. Combining the Halo universe with the classic Battle Chess, they’ve put together a game concept that seems just too good to be a prank.
Sneak a peek at Halo: Reach’s Alpha multiplayer above while getting the drop on the multiplayer beta; the latter will be available on Xbox LIVE 5/3/2010 to owners of Halo 3: ODST.
Halo Reach’s release date remains murky (rumored: 9/24/10), but its developers give us a surprisingly clear behind-the-scenes look at the game’s graphics engine in this 7-minute ViDoc.
Master Chief almighty, it’s a Forerunner…to the trilogy: much as we like seeing a whole mess of Spartans, we’re most impressed that this debut trailer for Halo: Reach is done in-engine.
Due out early 2010, Battle of the Brick: Built for Combat is a 25 minute LEGO Halo short film made by Alex Kobb; it recreates the Zanzibar map with an epic battle of Red vs. Blue.
The Halo Encyclopedia is a gigantic, ring-sized, 352 page volume covering all Halo games; it packs in a detailed timeline, character profiles, ships & vehicles, and a MJOLNIR history.
Putting the Halo in Halloween, Pete Mander’s Covenant Elite costume also puts anything we’ve ever fielded to shame; it features joystick-operated top and bottom mandibles.
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