Exclusive - The world's first and only certified Zombie Proof Log Cabin. The zombie apocalypse is coming...
- * Upper deck with 360deg vantage point + escape hatch
- * Re-enforced slit windows, walls and doors
- * Barbed wire surround
- * Arsenal storage unit for weaponry
- * Garden Section to grow vegetables
- * Toilet System
- * Kitchen Area with Microwave
- * Living area with TV, Xbox and Sound system Turntables
What do you do when all signs are pointing to an imminent zombie invasion? Build yourself a Zombie Fortification Cabin, of course! Just make sure you have £70,000 to spare...
See what the cabin looks like on the inside after the cut.
In a world where new games are as easy as you want them to be, one franchise dares to return to gaming’s roots – it’s frustrating, rage inducing roots. From “From Software” comes Dark Souls.
Via Smosh Games.
The release of the Warlords of Draenor expansion for World of Warcraft is a kind of a big deal, so we're pleased that Blizzard really went to town on promoting it in New York. Not sure how they're going to stop people trying to nick that gigantic axe, though...Via World of Warcraft on twitter.
Here's some art we would happily hang on our walls! Artist Dave Pollot finds old paintings in thrift stores and adds a special geeky touch. His work includes inserting a TARDIS into peaceful countryside and placing Dr. Zoidberg on beach. Masterpieces! See more pictures by clicking on this post's title.
Video games get a lot of flack in the media - they're too violent, too addictive, too isolating and only socially inept weirdos play them. But of course that's not fair. There are tonnes of good reasons to game,and here are eight of them, courtesy of BuzzFeed.
Now this is going to get Potterheads excited: A hotel in London is offering a Harry Potter themed suite, complete with four poster bed, old-style furniture and potion bottles.
The Georgian House Hotel says:
There are two "Wizard Chamber" bedrooms that come with a four-poster, "Muggle-size" bed; potion bottles; cauldrons and other themed accessories. The rooms are available as part of a package that includes a "Muggle walking tour" of London, which takes in filming locations and various places that inspired J.K. Rowling.
Check out more pictures of the suite after the cut.
Check out this video of the absolutely amazing cosplay from the MCM London Comic Con in October. Our faves are the Big Daddy, The Wild Thornberries (all of them!), Bayonetta and Robert and Rosalind Lutece. Via Sneaky Zebra.
You'd have to have the patience of a saint to edit all this together, but we're glad somebody did.
Via The Unusual Suspect.
So, what did your pumpkin carving turn out like? Pretty good, eh? Well, was it anything even half as awesome as this TARDIS? That's right, you just hang your head in shame. There's always next year. Via dreamfall.
This infographic by Trulia reveals which cities in the US would be the absolute worst to live in when a zombie apocalypse kicks off. Cities were ranked according to four factors: highest walk score (i.e. how easy it would be for the undead to walk around), lowest density hardware stores (everyone knows hardware stores = convenient weapons), highest density hospitals (giving zombies easy access to large supplies of defenseless 'food') and most congestion (making it difficult for humans to run).