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DIY Easy Fortnite Halloween Costumes

fortnite halloween costume diy

Fortnite fever is taking the world by storm, and fans of this viral video game are looking for ways to dress like their favorite Fortnite skins for Halloween and conventions. If you don't happen to know what a "skin" is, it is an item you can obtain via rewards or purchase to change your character's appearance. Most of the skins are pretty sweet, but some of them are fairly complicated such as Raven and the Leviathan skins. However, we can walk you through several Fortnite costumes that you can easily piece together and feel battle royale ready!

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25 Video Game Character Costumes to Wear in 2018

25 Video Game Character Costumes to Wear in 2018

It's dangerous to go alone, take this! These video game costumes are are just what you need on your quest for the perfect video game cosplay or Halloween costume. We have taken a selection of the 25 most iconic video game characters and compiled a handy list of costumes and accessories to help give you some great video game costume ideas! However, we will be avoiding sports video games and TV and movie-based video games as those characters easily fall into other categories. Do you have a favorite video game? Is your favorite video game character on this list? Is the cake really a lie? Check out this list and you can see how your classic video game costume ideas compare with...

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The Top 10 Comic Con Costume Ideas

Attention comic book fans, cosplayers, and all around nerds, convention season is here! While San Diego Comic Con is the greatest destination of the year for those who eat, sleep and breathe pop culture, there are so many other conventions taking place over the course of the summer (and the rest of the year) that anyone would be able to attend. Comic conventions provide a great opportunity for cosplaying as your favorite characters from pop culture. We've put together a list of the 10 best costume ideas to provide you with all the inspiration you need when dressing up for Comic...

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30 Years of Zelda: The Evolution of Link [Infographic]

The Evolution of Link

Hey! Listen! What was your first Zelda game? Some players have been with the series since 1987, the year the first game was released in America. (The Legend of Zelda officially was first released in 1986 in Japan.) Other players joined the Hyrule adventure in 1998, over a decade later, with the Nintendo 64's Ocarina of Time. And we imagine now, new, young players picking up their 3DS and helping guide Toon Link through his quest in the handheld entries to the franchise. Throughout all of these games, our hero, Link, has evolved and transformed, little by little, due to graphics upgrades, designer and developer choices, outfits, and even hair color. In our infographic, we show all of these changes and give you insight into why the differences happened. So, if you're as excited as we are to plug in the Nintendo Switch for the first time on March 3rd, and play the newest Zelda game, Breath of the Wild, we hope you enjoy this blog. It's dangerous to go alone! Take this.

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Super 16: 2016 Movies and TV Shows as Super Nintendo Games

2016 marks the 25th anniversary of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, which is widely considered one of the best gaming consoles of all time. On this 16-bit system, Nintendo released some of the best games from its biggest franchises like Mario (Super Mario World), Star Fox (Star Fox), and Zelda (The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past) to name a few. Many other iconic games from third party companies like Capcom (Street Fighter 2 Turbo, Mega Man X) Konami (Super Castlevania IV).

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Pokémon Go Halloween Costume Ideas

Pokemon GO Costume Ideas for Halloween

Pokémon GO hit the US Android and Apple app stores last week and, well, if you’ve seen an influx of people walking the sidewalks with their phones in front of them, that’s why. This new AR game turns regular smart phone users into real life Pokémon trainers – you can walk down the street by your house and catch a cute Pidgey hanging out by the mailbox or you can go to the local park in your neighborhood and defend your territory at the gym, battling your Pokémon against others in the area. There are some crazy stats about the app, too – as of the 8th, people were playing Pokémon GO more than they were using Instagram or Snapchat! (Also, the app added over $7 billion to Nintendo’s market value in just two days. Yikes!) While you’re catching ‘em all, you have to look the part. We know that the video game series will be as popular as ever this Halloween, so here are some Pokémon costumes to get you ready for October....

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