Check out the first gameplay video for Warner Bros. Games Montreal’s upcoming Batman: Arkham Origins title. Just a bit of info, the game will hit PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U and PC on October 25th. Watch the video after the break. Read more

Tekken Revolution – E3 Gameplay Trailer

by Isaiah on June 9, 2013


Namco Bandai has released the E3 gameplay trailer for their upcoming free-to-play fighting video game ‘Tekken Revolution’. For your info, the game will be available exclusively on the PS3 via the PlayStation Store on June 11th. Watch the trailer after the jump. Read more


Here we have the launch trailer for Crysis 3’s first major DLC pack ‘The Lost Island’. You could check it out after the break. This add-on content is out now on PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. Read more

World of Warships – E3 Cinematic Trailer

by Isaiah on June 4, 2013


Check out the E3 cinematic trailer for’s upcoming massively multiplayer online game ‘World of Warships’. Watch the trailer after the break. Read more

GRID 2 – Launch Trailer

by Isaiah on June 2, 2013


Here’s the launch trailer for Codemasters’ recently released racing video game ‘GRID 2’. You could check it out after the break. Just to remind you, the game is available on PS3, Xbox 360 and PC platforms. Read more


3D Printing has completely turned the manufacturing industry on its head. Clothing, organs, plastic guns which can fire standard rounds of ammunition..With a list like this, it was only time before the dream of printing 3D versions of our favourite video game characters, became possible.

The team at Sandboxr want to make this a reality; they are working on a platform which will allow every video game enthusiast to not only order a 3D printed version of your favourite character, but also customise it to their preference. Want your character to have a larger weapon? Just say so. Want it to be posed in a different style? No problem. Want to alter its facial expression? Done. You are able to create your video game character to be the way you want it, which beats purchasing a common figurine, which are manufactured in the hundreds of thousands.

The Sandboxr platform would allow anyone from professional animators to the every-day citizen, to customize their character, order it and get sent a 3D printed version of it – easy as that!

Now this technology is nothing new. Back in 2012 a group of Harvard scientists were working on developing software which would take 3D models and turn them into tangible figurines. The difference today is that you are able to create something completely unique, in a higher resolution, and in multiple colours.

Unfortunately Sandboxr did not reach their goal for funding this Kickstarter project, but with the rapid speed at which the 3D printing industry is going, we suspect it won’t be long until this is an option available to everyone wanting to create a one-of-a-kind video game figure.

This post was contributed by Cartridges Direct.

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