The Good Butcher is back with another serving of mismashed delectables, designed to please the appetite and confound the senses. Asking the ages old question: “will it blend?”, Billy combines random films, famous celebrities, iconic music albums, and any other prime cut of pop culture that’s easy to slice into one big lumbering sewn-together Frankenstein GIF. You can find prints, cards, and clothes of these designs over at Billy’s Redbubble.
TAKE A SPOOKY TRIP TO TRANSYLVANIA IN DUCKTALES REMASTERED
Spooky ghosts, magical mirrors and the dangerous Beagle Boys abound in the second video postcard for Capcom and WayForward’s DuckTales Remastered. In this video Launchpad details the Transylvania location in this summer’s retro return to Duckburg.
Here’s The Amazon video postcard in case you missed it earlier. DuckTales Remastered is scheduled to release this summer on Xbox 360 PlayStation 3, Nintendo Wii U and PC.
This live action trailer for Capcom’s Remember Me is a somber and reflective one to say the least. It seems to set up part of the game’s narrative with the character Nilin being taken to a place called the Bastille which is where your character starts in the game.
REMEMBER ME INTERACTIVE JOURNAL EXPLORES 2013-2084
For those who can’t wait until June 7 to explore the beautiful Neo-Paris environment of Remember Me, Capcom has released an interactive journal that provides background into the development of the memory stealing/altering technology used by Nilin and insight into Antoine Cartier-Wells, the creator of the technology.
We’ve seen plenty of 8bit IRL before, but Mel Marcelo’s series brings a new twist.
He uses Instagram to take the photos and then photoshops in the 8bit awesome, creating some really impressive images that look stunningly realistic.
Some personal favorites are Link in the Apple store and the characters from Wild Gunmen hanging out in the Taco Bell. Both are great examples of the subtle details Mel infuses into his designs, like creating pixelated shadows, to make the images look virtually realistic.
Capcom’s upcoming Remember Me is looking more and more like one of this year’s must play games. This latest trailer features Jean Maxime-Moris, Creative Director, providing an overview of some of the gameplay and hints at what’s in store for players when the game releases in June.
Remember Me is a 3rd person action adventure where players take on the role of Nilin, a former elite memory hunter with the ability to break into people’s minds and steal or even alter their memories.