The top ten worst games consoles ever, according to the Alltime10s team. So own up, who had one of these bad boys?
These are just a couple of examples of the work of Jessaweyo Cross-Stitch, a small business that creates custom-made and fabulously geeky hand-stitched pieces. Featuring classic superheroes, Adventure Time, Doctor Who, My Little Pony, gaming icons and more, the products make ideal gifts. In fact, they're even more ideal to give to yourself as a gift.
Jessica, who has been managing the business for over a year, has always been interested in cross-stitch, and it didn't take her long to realise that there was a significant gap in the market when it came to finding designs that weren't, well, either flowers or houses. Her finished products can take lots of different forms, and include framed pieces, magnets, pin badges and key rings - all of which can also be personalised.
Yup. This is gonna be good. A two headed Sarah Paulson, anyone? American Horror Story: Freak Show comes to Fox in October this year.
Here's Game of Thrones' Petyr Baelish (Aidan Gillen) looking particularly sad with an ice cream. Perhaps he hates Feasts and companions Michael McElhatton (Roose Bolton) and Conleth Hill (Varys) stole all the Calypsos...
A full size Link to stand in front of our living room window and scare off the local stalfos? Shut up and take our money! But wait, you don't need any money at all, just some nimble fingers capable of assembling these Link papercraft designs by Papercraft Museum. You can create the classic Ocarina of Time Link, Dark Link, a 'Fierce Deity' Link....even a Pink Link, if it takes your fancy. The models are comprised of 831 pieces and 197 pages. Helpfully, the site includes some tutorial videos. Get crafting!
From first-person shooters to action adventure games, the answer's pretty much the same: not very long. Via Dorkly.
Here's George R.R. Martin taking on the Ice Bucket Challenge, thanks to 'that bastard' Neil Gaiman. The recent trend of celebrities dumping buckets of icy cold water over their own heads is in aid of raising awareness - and donations - of the disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). In the UK, donations go to the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
Hint: Lots of things go BOOM! Via MrStratman7.