Retroware TV shares multiple parts video series titled "The Video Game Years ..."
Neatorama shares a couple months old three pages Wired article (one/single page) on its "Guide to Pop Culture's Buried Treasure" -- "... But the truth is that, even in this age of expanded rereleases and digital video disc (DVD) extras, certain cultural artifacts still exist only as rumor, nigh impossible to track down. And that makes the idea of getting your hands on these curiosities, camp classics, and coulda-beens all the more intoxicating. Join us on a tour of the vault of lost artifacts
Dorkly shows a funny comic strip
It8bit has a collection of wallpapers, images, merchandises, artworks, etc.
Blue's News share a two pages Cracked article, with cussings like in the title, on the "five (5) classic games you didn't know had what the f**k (WTF) backstories" -- "A lot of classic arcade games have straight-forward, logical plots that drive them: Turtle dragon stole your woman, stomp mushrooms until he gives her back.
Blue's News share a side scroller shooter Flash game with zombies titled "Zombotron" on Free Web Arcade and its official web site, Armor Games -- "Welcome to the planet «Zombotron», inhabited by human-mutants or just stupid zombies. Nobody knows where they come from and what they eat. But we know one thing - they are ready to destroy everything that moves.
The Warp Zone's YouTube channel has a bunch of funny videos, mostly related to video games.
Legends of the Joystick -- A comic strip series showing the greatest video game stars, of yesteryear, who look back ...Submitted by ant on Sat, 06/11/2011 - 9:32pm. Addon/Modification | Arcades | Art/Design | Communication | Funny Pictures | History | Personal | Reading Materials | Religion/Culture | Sight Seeings | Videogame Console
Neatorama shares Complex's twenty pages video slide show/article of "The Complete History Of Video Games On 'The Simpsons' -- Over the past 20-plus years, who else has chronicled and satirized pop culture quite like The Simpsons? The denizens of Springfield have always loved their cartoons, movies, and beer--oh, and video games.