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Tokyo unveils its new life-sized Gundam! (13 pics)

Tokyo has unveiled its new giant Gundam! Located on the island of Odaiba in front of the Diver City Tokyo mall, this new sculpture of a life-sized Gundam mecha, 20-meter tall, is based on the RX-0 Unicorn Gundam, replacing the former RX-78- 2 Gundam disassembled a few months ago.

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Tokyo unveils its new life-sized Gundam! (13 pics)

Mario Cardboard – Making a functional video game using cardboard! (5 pics)

Here is Super Mario Cardboard, an amazing tutorial that will explain how to make a functional video game from cardboard! Joystick, scrolling level, enemies, platforms, controller, and even a Game Over screen, this Super Mario Cardboard is an impressive DIY creation using only cardboard and a little electricity to scroll the level, manage jumps and detect collisions .

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Mario Cardboard – Making a functional video game using cardboard! (5 pics)

Nintendo announces the SNES Classic Edition (5 pics)

Nintendo has officially announced the SNES Classic Edition, a mini Super Nintendo preloaded with 21 cult games! One of the included games will be Star Fox 2, which should have been released in 1995, but that has never been released! The SNES Classic Edition console is scheduled for September 29, will be shipped with two controllers, and will contain the most famous and popular games of the Nintendo console.

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Nintendo announces the SNES Classic Edition (5 pics)

The Mad Max vehicles in LEGO! (17 pics)

Building the vehicles of Mad Max and Fury Road in LEGO, an excellent series entitled  LEGO Wasteland , designed by  LEGO Will ! A post-apocalyptic series that transcribes perfectly this twisted world, even if LEGO Will brought there his personal touch with for exemple the Mad Max version of the Ghostbusters car.

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The Mad Max vehicles in LEGO! (17 pics)

These 3D versions of Pop Culture icons are far too creepy (27 pics)

Transforming Pop Culture icons into realistic 3D characters is not necessarily a good idea, as demonstrated by the creations of  Wil Hughes . After the weird realistic version of SpongeBob and Patrick by Miguel Vasquez, this Australian student recreates many famous characters with a touch of disturbing realism, from Homer Simpson to Ronald McDonald through Rick & Morty or Where is Waldo.

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These 3D versions of Pop Culture icons are far too creepy (27 pics)