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iamdriver:

Soap MacTavish in Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 - Operation Kingfish Fan-made Trailer screenshot

iamdriver:

Soap MacTavish in Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 - Operation Kingfish Fan-made Trailer screenshot

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xombiedirge:

Metal Gear Solid Illustrations by Ashley Wood / Blog

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gamefreaksnz:

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 launch trailer
Activision has released the official launch trailer for its hotly anticipated shooter, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.

gamefreaksnz:

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 launch trailer

Activision has released the official launch trailer for its hotly anticipated shooter, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.

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dcwomenkickingass:

mariswicks:

SUPER SPORTS!!  Come say hi at NYCC this weekend.  Table S-2 Artist’s Alley!  exclamation points!

So much love. Especially Canary and the birdie.

dcwomenkickingass:

mariswicks:

SUPER SPORTS!!  Come say hi at NYCC this weekend.  Table S-2 Artist’s Alley!  exclamation points!

So much love. Especially Canary and the birdie.

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gamefreaksnz:

Battlefield 4 Trailer (by freddiew)

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it8bit:

Charmander, Charmeleon, Charizard - by Gregory Sujkowski

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thenextweb:

There is very little in this world that is more pleasing than buying and playing with a toy that is enjoyable for the geek in all of us, regardless of age. Such a toy is the Tankbot, a new smart robot by MyDeskPets that packs an amazing amount of tech into a very small package – and it only costs $25. So what makes Tankbot so geek-taskic? It has “advanced optical navigation technology” that allows it to navigate around and through obstacles – and even mazes – with amazing quickness and accuracy for a $25 device. It also has a number of very cute sounds that it makes, including an “Awwww….” when you shut it off, like it’s sad it can’t play any more. (via Tankbot robot review: Hours of fun, $25 well spent)

thenextweb:

There is very little in this world that is more pleasing than buying and playing with a toy that is enjoyable for the geek in all of us, regardless of age. Such a toy is the Tankbot, a new smart robot by MyDeskPets that packs an amazing amount of tech into a very small package – and it only costs $25. So what makes Tankbot so geek-taskic? It has “advanced optical navigation technology” that allows it to navigate around and through obstacles – and even mazes – with amazing quickness and accuracy for a $25 device. It also has a number of very cute sounds that it makes, including an “Awwww….” when you shut it off, like it’s sad it can’t play any more. (via Tankbot robot review: Hours of fun, $25 well spent)

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prostheticknowledge:

Unofficial NASA mission patches by James White

My “dream client” would be NASA. Hands down, top of the list. I would really enjoy being a part of something I believe so much in, being that of space exploration and the pursuit of understanding the mechanics of the universe. Greater still, bringing back that sense of enthusiasm toward NASA that I remember as a child.
Taking references and designs from my childhood, ie. FisherPrice space toys, LEGO and other things, I created this line of unofficial NASA mission patches in hopes of catching their attention.

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laughingsquid:

io9 Interviews George Romero

laughingsquid:

io9 Interviews George Romero

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