I just recently got the collector’s edition of Bravely Default. A 3DS game developed by square enix, the same company that own the Final Fantasy franchise. This game could acutally be called Final Fantasy, because that what it is. It the same kind of plot, characters and class/jobs from the famous serie. I’m 20 or so hours in, and I’m having a blast, the combat system is solid and there is no tidious or boring section so far. I think the collector’s edition is sold out pretty much everywhere, but I strongly recommend picking this game up if you have a 3DS.
This image was shot with a Canon 7D digital SLR camera, with a 400mm telephoto lens. The camera was mounted on a special “gigapixel robot” called the Clauss Rodeon. This programmable robot allowed the camera to move and shoot very quickly, so that it was possible to shoot more than one photo every second.
When I first saw the picture I though it was wasabi O_O Still macha ice cream nigiri is just as weird! (via kotaku )
Deviantart user elemental79 enjoy recreating old screenshots of retro games, into super high-resolutions arework. His last piece is the final boss scene versus the mother brain in Super Metroid on the SNES. Check below of a time lapse video of how he did it from start to finish in photoshop.
Kaijin is a Japanese toys designer, one of my favorite also. His design are clean and polish. You can really feel the transition from the 2d illustration to the 3d sculpture. His toys are very rare, especially outside Japan. Not only are they not available outside the country, but they are also run in very limited editions. Especially for the newer toy that he hand paint him self. Check his gallery for more awesomeness!
Follow skiers Chad Sayers and Forrest Coots through Japan as they explore a world of contrasts. From Tokyo’s city lights to Hokkaido’s sacred hardwood forests, this episode explores spaces of simultaneous anonymity & intimacy, rigid tradition & an embrace for the future, finding epic powder each step along the way. (Via goukaseishi )
The last 8 inches Dunny release from kidrobot is the Meltdown by Chris Ryniak, that we first saw in the Apocalypse series. Kidrobot really did something special this time, instead of having a regular model and a chase, they casted four different colour and made them available in completely different stores. The Yellow one was available online at kidrobot.com, the green one in kidrobot retail store, the pink one in speciality store in the US, and finally the orange one in speciality store out side US. The last one was not so hard to find, since I just had to go to my local designer toy store in Montreal, but I also really wanted the pink one, so I had to go on ebay for it. It was totally worth it though, they look so nice.