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A little while back, we revealed that Labyrinth: The Board Game, was coming out later this summer from River Horse.

People were very much into it.

If you were one of those people, you’ll be happy to know that game developer Alessio Cavatore from River Horse will guide you through the game in the video below. It’s long, but you’ll undoubtedly appreciate the attention to detail. The game has no set release date, but should be arriving in stores over the summer.

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You can score one of these exclusive Iron Man themed Xbox One consoles!

If you live in France.

Le sigh.

Designed and built by Microsoft to promote the upcoming release of Captain America: Civil War, both the console and the controller feature an arc reactor light effect and Stark industries branding. Only three have been produced, and they’re being given away as prizes by Xbox France. 

Nos amis à travers l’étang sont très chanceux en effet!

Check out an additional pic below.

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Being the awesome folks that they are, Geek & Sundry have been doing a series of D&D character sheets for some of your favorite fandoms.

This time around, they’ve dipped into the ‘Verse and made character sheets for Firefly characters Malcolm Reynolds, Inara, Kaylee, and Jayne. Mal’s a rogue, natch. Kaylee is a sorcerer which I find fitting. You can see what Jayne and Inara are below.

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Reality and video games collide in this film by Banks called Donkey Kong Classic.

Great visuals, great music—it has it all. Check it out below.

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A licensing deal with USAopoly has resulted in versions of Monopoly for every possible fandom out there.

But this one is unexpected—and delightful.

Created to celebrate the 300th anniversary of a Japanese crafting store called Nakagawa Masamichi, the “Japanese Traditional Arts & Crafts Edition” of the game puts players in bidding and buying wars over companies that specialize in things such as teapots and handmade traditional Japanese toys.

The game plays like any other version of Monopoly, but instead of cornering the real estate market, the goal focuses on buying and expanding businesses that sell traditional arts and crafts.

Check out more pics below.

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The opening of Half-Life features a bleary and confused Gordon Freeman waking up in a severely damaged test chamber. It’s an iconic scene, and Dorian Glacet tackled the moments leading up to it superbly with this awesome LEGO diorama rendered using LDD and Mecabricks.

Check out more pics below.

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Display a monument to your failure with this set of busts based on the “defeated” artwork of the original dozen Street Fighter II characters.

They’re blind-box items, meaning you won’t know which bust you’ve got until you’ve opened the packaging. They’re all awesome, so that’s not really a problem—but they can’t be ordered individually. You’ll have to purchase them in boxes of twelve from sites like HLJ.

Check out more product photos below.

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ThinkGeek has unveiled a new version of their Critical Hit LED Dice Set / D20 with a “Galaxy” version that flashes blue when you role a natural 20. Plus…glitter.

It’s a convention exclusive, so the Critical Hit Galaxy D20s will only be on sale for a limited time. Features include:

-Pair of glittery twenty-sided dice flash blue when you roll a 20
-2016 ThinkGeek Con exclusive – ONLY for sale while TG is at a convention – either in person there or here
-Not cheater dice! Weighted evenly so you have to earn those 20s
-Transparent with glitter embedded in the plastic
-Players: It is up to your GM whether you can use them in your game
-GMs: They’re really cool – let them use them – pleeease?
-Materials: Plastic filled with silicone
-Batteries: Each contains 1 x CR2032 cell battery (not replaceable, but lasts for years)
-Dimensions: approx. 1.35″ across

Critical Hit Galaxy D20s ($19.99)

Sailor Doom

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Probably not going to happen—but I would play the hell out of it if it did.

Check out the full image from artist PegasusPowers below.

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Rumors cropped up last year that claimed Netflix was launching a Legend of Zelda series described as “Game of Thrones for a family audience”. Those rumors have been shot down for the time being, but worry not! MegaSteakMan has been hard at work producing a fantastic Zelda/GoT fan-film as a follow-up to the mock Game of Hyrule title sequence he did last year.

Clocking in at just shy of six minutes, this thing is elaborate, funny, and wonderfully assembled. Check out the short, as well as those wonderful opening credits, below.

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