The South by Southwest film and interactive festival included time travel movies, social media based snack foods, real life video games and more. Here’s our guide to the top 10 movies, tech and more from Austin.
Many people have called Harold P. Warren’s 1966 Manos: The Hands of Fate the worst movie ever made. That didn’t stop a man named Ben Solovey from deciding to restore Manos to the 2k digital glory it never came close to having in the first place.
Goin’ on down to South Park, gonna meet some friends of mine…in South Park: The Stick of Truth, at least. So is it sweet like Chinpokomon or lame like Cyborg Bill? Come find out!
As you explore these bizarre games, remember: somebody made these instead of ever making a console title based on the Stargate TV franchise.
With The Big N struggling to get more people to buy their consoles and only coming off as more clueless about the situation as time rolls on, it’s time to give them a helping hand with some suggestions about what to do. And then maybe they can give us some actual games afterwards…
For a hint at its significance, check out the film’s trailer…
Books come alive, indie games come to fruition, Tommy Wiseau gets a biopic of sorts, and more items you might have missed over the weekend.
We here at Topless Robot got to spend a long, caffeine and Cheetos filled weekend with the latest entry, Elder Scrolls Online. Here’s your first look at what you can expect when you step into the online world of Tamriel.
It is simply a perfect translation of a fantastic role-playing game campaign, possibly the greatest campaign ever GM’d. If your campaign is half as high concept, action packed, and just plain balls to the wall insane, then you are one lucky gamer.
This seems like a long-overdue idea: let RPG players customize their miniatures as easy as fantasy videogame players.