The Binding of Isaac community lost their minds yesterday, in search of items missing from the game. Teases from designer Edmund McMillen suggested it was an elaborate, totally ridiculous mystery for players to solve. The reality is far more mundane: it was a joke, while the developer worked on a patch.
After finishing the first Toy Story, I wouldn't blame anyone for having zero sympathy for Sid Phillips, Andy's mean next-door neighbor. Sid tortures his toys and makes them into things resembling abominations, for crying out loud.But what if we got this character all wrong?
I want to say that I can't believe people are still trying to break down P.T. But you know what? I'm not surprised. That's just how good the teaser is; it's making people obsessive about every detail.
Truthfully, I'm not the biggest Metroid fan. Still, all the the hype around the possibility that maybe, just maaaaybe, Ridley will be included as a playable character in the upcoming Smash is starting to infect me, too.
Immediately after we posted the newest Team Fortress short yesterday, someone commented and pointed out mysterious numbers in the subtitles—because of course someone noticed something like that.
Metal Gear Solid fans aren't waiting idly for the next MGS game: rather, they're devoting a lot of time to interesting theories about the different characters in Metal Gear Solid. Take Quiet, the mute (and controversial) sniper, for example.
Forget the unified Pixar theory. Or rather, let's get more granular than the unified Pixar theory. Have you ever given much thought as to who Andy's mom is in the movie Toy Story?
Today, JK Rowling revealed that she's going to be writing the screenplay for some new movies set in the Harry Potter universe. They'll star a gentleman named Newt Scamander, author of the Hogwarts textbook "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them." Well, we've got a theory about this Scamander fellow.
Metal Gear Solid has never been a franchise that's lacked fan service when it comes to depicting attractive characters, but that doesn't mean the characters don't have a reason for looking the way they do.
If you have an eagle eye, maybe you've noticed certain symbols on the Steam summer sale postcards. If you're a conspiracy theorist, you might even think they're teasing something. But what?
Surely, if you've watched a few Pixar films, you've noticed at least one of the many easter eggs that Pixar includes—they always reference other Pixar movies. It's a staple. Most of the films, for example, include the "Pizza Planet Truck" from Toy Story.
Nobody needs an excuse to talk about Half-Life 3. Normally, that might be fine—it's just hype!—but damn if the desire for an official announcement can't get out of hand sometimes.
Many Metal Gear Solid fans aren't exactly happy that David Hayter will not—as far as we can tell—be reprising his role as Snake in the upcoming Metal Gear Solid V. That much isn't surprising. Amusingly, the inability to let Hayter go has led some fans to concoct a ridiculous conspiracy theory about what's actually…
On January 8th, a group of game developers got a strange email in their inbox. The email was titled "Conspiracy Theory (GAMES DESIGN COMPANIES.)" It was a strange letter that informing the devs that DEMONS have been CODING to each other via games. Demons that do black magic and eat babies, to be exact.