Random: This Guy Makes Incredible, Wearable 16-Bit Cosplay

Flat-pack cosplay.

Cosplayers are basically wizards. Sometimes, they are also literal wizards, when they dress up like Gandalf the White or Dumbledore, but we mean in terms of their creative skills — sewing, sculpting, and sometimes even electronics are all part of making a detailed, true-to-life cosplay of a beloved character. Here at Nintendo Life, we’re lucky if we can put together an outfit in the morning to cosplay the role of “functioning human”, but that doesn’t mean we can’t appreciate the artistry of others.

Dan Cattell is an artist with a passion for making 2D sprites into 3D, wearable cosplays, by cutting out each individual part and slapping them onto cardboard shapes strapped to his arms and legs. Recently, his cosplays have been blowing up on TikTok, where he’s built quite the following.

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Hardspace: Shipbreaker’s new update revamps its story and tutorial

Hardspace: Shipbreaker sits you in front of a moist gateau and hands you a cake slice, only the gateau is a stylish spaceship and the cake slice is a metal-severing laser. It’s immediately compelling, as you cut into your rich dessert to extract its delicious insides without accidentally slicing a cherry. In this metaphor, the cherries are explosives.

After a while, I found its early access release got a little lonely and a little samey, but that might have changed with today’s “Salvage Your Future” update. It revamps Shipbreaker’s campaign and introduces four new voiced characters.

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Winds Of Change Is The “Ultimate Furry Tale” Coming To Switch This June

Wait, do they mean furry, or… *furry*?

Winds of Change is a Canadian-made visual novel that first came onto people’s radars in 2019, when it raised 392% of its Kickstarter goal. It came out on Steam not long after, and almost two years later, it’s making its way to Switch, too, thanks to the support of publisher Crunching Koalas (Thronebreaker, This War of Mine).

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World Of Warcraft’s Burning Crusade Classic confirmed to launch on June 1st

The leaks were correct. World Of Warcraft: Burning Crusade Classic will launch on June 1st, letting players with a nostalgic bent experience the long-running MMO’s first expansion.

Unlike the first time around in 2007, Burning Crusade doesn’t replace the original game in any way. You can continue to play the base World Of Warcraft Classic if you prefer, and from May 18th you’ll be able to clone an existing character in case you want to play simultaneously in WoW Classic and Burning Crusade Classic.

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