30 Cool Game Cover Designs A game cover is basically designed to attract the consumers in purchasing the game that is why it is carefully designed like that of a movie poster. The screenshots and graphics put on the cover have to be aesthetically pleasing for the game to be played and bought. Game covers are important in marketing purposes as most of the game lovers who preferred to have their own boxed copy of games sat on their shelf love to see the game first through its cover before buying it. Try to check at what we have gathered for you. .. Here we present 30 Cool Games Cover Designs of the latest games released.
OUYA: A New Kind of Video Game Console by OUYA & Kickstarter We just added game streaming through OnLive! Final Fantasy will be on OUYA...and we have an exclusive game! And VEVO has agreed to put their music videos on OUYA, XBMC adds a streaming media app, with TuneIn and iHeartRadio adding music! We're honored by all of you who are backing us -- THANK YOU. We are focused on delivering for you, first come first served. We can only promise OUYA by March to our Kickstarter backers. Showcase of 62 Superb Game Websites Game websites are often under looked and not seen as good source of web design. Game websites combine all the different aspects of designing websites to induce interest to visitors. Gaming has matured as one of the biggest industry in the world and it has become essential for game publishers to use of the greatest medium, the Internet, to get as many gamers to buy their games or consoles as they can. So, they have to make exceptionally appealing websites to give information about the game and draw attention. Most of the websites are composed using Flash because of all the vast and flashy effects that it can create. Some publishers use their website to show trailer or show a glimpse of what the game is like so that the visitor feels for connected to the game.
Danny Perez Directs The Music Video For Hot Chips &Look At Where We Are& We’ve been eagerly awaiting Hot Chip’s new album for the past two years (meanwhile listening to old songs “Over and Over” again), so when the British electro outlet released In Our Heads this June, we were psyched to hear their new take on dance music. The band teamed up with visual sorcerer and Creator Danny Perez who directed the music video for “Look At Where We Are,” produced by The Creators Project. Perez’s collaboration with Animal Collective produced the visual album ODDSAC back in 2010—an audiovisual assault on the senses where sound and imagery bombarded the viewer into another world. And Perez brought his unique aesthetic to bear on the video for “Look At Where We Are,” using a combination of abstract visuals and the age old story of a man and a woman. However, this isn’t your average love story, but one that involves the woman becoming a Frankenstein’s monster, laid out while her partner operates on her. Find Hot Chip’s upcoming tour dates here.
Showcase Of Game Sites Design - 37 Examples Game sites’ design is not what you have been use to seeing usually in the weekly articles, they are something totally different. Some might say that they are a little bit outdated technologically speaking, considering that they’re not using HTML5 or CSS3, or barely using serious CSS functions. However, these sites have to achieve certain goals and that is to make people buy the game offering information about it, trailers, news, gameplay info, requirements info and to have a small community where the gamers discuss their game issues. There is also the option to buy the game directly from the site. The Lost Generation: A Decade of Teen Movies The best teen movies reflect modern youth culture and alter it—they transform the vernacular, fashion, and the trajectory of the genre itself. They are original and smart (even mid-dick joke). Some are raunchy comedies, some are stark dramas, some defy classification, but all are unflinchingly honest (even mid-dick joke). Though they very seldom win awards, the best teen movies usually compel repeat viewings and somehow seem to intuit the needs and tastes of generations to come. Here are 15 of the decade’s most memorable explorations of all the intrinsic charms and traumas of teendom. Most likely to influence future filmmakers: Brick (2005)
The Video Games of Today Reimagined in 8 and 16 Bits Today’s games are great, but they just don’t carry the same immeasurable nostalgic value as, say, Chrono Trigger, Link’s Awakening, or even Number Crunchers. Now Stockholm-based pixel artist Junkboy has hypothesized for Swedish magazine Level what it might have looked like had contemporary games—Arkham Asylum, Bioshock, Guitar Hero, Little Big Planet, Red Dead Redemption, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Soul Calibur, and more—existed in the golden age of 8- and 16-bit gaming.
25 Spectacular Movies You (Probably) Haven't Seen Pt. 2 Human Traffic Very unique comedy about the drug/club culture in the UK. Five friends ponder society, drug use and their own lives as they go about their usual weekend of snorting, smoking, popping, dancing and sex. 60+ Attractive PS3 Game Covers Attractive, visually appealing cover is probably one of the foremost step for a PS3 game company to persuade gamer for another good sale. Thus, the company must be putting a lot of effort in working their designers to create the most attractive and promising cover for their product. That’s why we grab a chance of a post to showcase 63 purely attractive PS3 game covers for you to get inspired, and who knows, you might grab yourself a copy! Aliens vs Predator Nicely designed game cover with appealing color scheme and absolutely different typefaces to distinguish 2 unique species. Character portrait is very nice that it evokes you a will to discover the story inside the game.