In honor of the tattoo on my right forearm and the celebration of Easter, I present you with a green rabbit with a gun. Makes sense to me.
Cliff "Cliffy "Dude Huge" B" Bleszinski, formerly of Epic but on a break for a while, has a new gig. It's being published by Nexon, but before signing on that dotted line, he met with pretty much everyone. And that included Zynga.
Cliff Bleszinski project sneak peek number four. No name for the thing yet, so I'm just going to give it the working title of "The Last of Them". As shared on Twitter.
According to former Gears of War designer Cliff Bleszinski, "here's another closely cropped image of something I'm working on." That's right, Cliff Bleszinski is doing NBA 2K15. Kidding!
Former Epic designer Cliff Bleszinski (not pictured) has been selected by an "independent panel" to be one of the first 8000 people in the world to get a pair of Google's potentially pioneering/ridiculous wearable computers, Google Glass.
Long before Epic's Cliff Bleszinski made a name for himself with Unreal and Gears of War, he already made a name for himself in the heart of at least one young(er) gamer with the PC's answer to the platforming mascot character.
What would happen if the readers took over Kotaku? We decided to find out. At our panel at the Penny Arcade Expo in Boston, we allowed anyone and everyone to "Take Over Kotaku" by pitching us stories on anything they wanted. This is one of the stories we accepted, in which Alex Rubens suggests feline characteristics…
I recently got myself in a bit of hot water by mentioning I wasn't all that excited for Gears of War 3. I didn't mean it as an insult. It's just that there are a million interesting new games coming out this year that hold the promise of new experiences, while Gears is going to be more, well, Gears.
"Just stumbled upon my first real game I made...on disk," writes Epic Games' design director and the creator of the Gears of War series. Weighing in at a whopping 1.44 megabytes is The Palace of Deceit II: The Dragon's Plight. We're awaiting a gameplay trailer, Cliff.
So many games this year are on boats, Gears of War 3 included. But the game isn't only on a boat, it's also on talk show Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
Epic Games and Gears of War creator Cliff Bleszinski have made a ton of money. Minecraft creator Markus "Notch" Persson carries around a little bit of scratch himself. We're pretty sure both had no trouble making their escapes from Los Angeles after E3. [via Twitter]
It all started with a middle finger. It was directed firmly at England, and for the next 200-plus years, America's desire to do things its own way hasn't changed. The country's pride hasn't either.
Epic Games characters have appeared into other games before - Lost Planet 2, for example. The studio's willing to consider any reasonable tie-in with its own games, too, so you're not the first to wonder how awesome it'd be to have a Master Chief skin in Gears of War.
Hear Epic Games design director Cliff Bleszinski utter the words that could one day appear on his tombstone in the latest installment of Bulletstorm's Bulletpoints video series. Not safe for work, unless you work at a proctologist office.
Joking that women "love two things in life, queso dip and true crime," Epic Games' Cliff Bleszinski told a podcast that he felt Heavy Rain missed out on bigger sales by not marketing itself more to the fairer sex.
What questions burn within the big brain of Gears of War designer Cliff "Clifford" Bleszinski? "Does the huge dude in those Old Spice commercials do everything with his shirt off?" is one. The deodorized one responds, praising shirtless Locust chainsawing.
Two-player campaign mode co-op? Please, that's so Gears 2. According to an update from designer Cliff Bleszinski, the recently revealed Gears of War 3 will feature twice the multiplayer co-op campaign mode of its predecessors.
It's a question Kotaku gets a lot: Why do you refer to Gears of War designer Cliff Bleszinski as "Dude Huge". There is a reason. This is it.