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Realistic renderings of Nintendo characters often pop up on the Internet. We’ve posted a few of them on Infendo before, including that creepy Bowser illustration. But this one takes the cake. This time, Kirby gets the realism treatment courtesy of the humor fiends at Halolz. The image is disturbing, so hit the jump to see it at your own discretion. This is why Nintendo doesn’t do reali...
This feline is getting pumped for Metroid. Will E3 disappoint him/her? We’ll soon find out.
Infendo Fan and video game store employee Mark sent in this snapshot of an awesome t-shirt his local Nintendo rep dropped off.Â Proceed to drool.
Newsweek’s Assistant Managing Editor Kathy Deveny recounts the story of fulfilling her 6-year-old daughter’s Christmas wish of delicious DS ownership via N’Gai Croal’s LevelUp page. It’s a heart-wrenching story full of surprise twists, big-budget special effects, and some of the most polite teenagers I’ve ever read about frequenting a game store.
Telltale’s Sam and Max had a contest recently, with the help of Wired’s Game|Life. Some of the entires were Nintendo related, some were not. Most were funny, and a lot attacked E3 for being pitiful, which it now is. So it’s really a mix of reality, comics and Ken Kutaragi jokes. All good fun, in other words. The winners can be found here, and the rest can be found here.
OK, so some of us gamers are trying to get Shigeru Miyamoto onto TIME’s Top 100 people list because we think he’s important and we’re not worthy, etc. etc. But is he $2,157 important? That’s right. The gold SP above sold for $2,157 on April 16 to some “lucky” eBayer. Worth it? I have no idea, but here’s hoping the seller uses some of that scratch to buy a ...
I realize this is a clock, and that the purpose of a clock is to tell time, but my initial reaction to this Donkey Kong clock was that it had Mario running up and down the girders trying to get his girl while at the same time it, well, also told me the time. This is not the case. [Via Kotaku]