The technically free-to-play online multiplayer-only Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex shooter that Luke Plunkett was so bummed about went live on Steam Early Access this morning. So far learning to play is much more entertaining than actually playing.
There’s a Ghost in the Shell “VR experience” that’s being worked on. It was at the Tokyo Game Show, where Toshi checked it out, but there was no footage available for everyone watching at home. Now there is, and what’s more, it’s interactive.
While the Hollywood Ghost in the Shell movie with Scarlett Johansson lurches forward, a new GiTS stage play recently opened in Tokyo.
In Ghost in the Shell, there are A.I. combat walkers called Tachikoma. Inspired by spiders, they don’t exactly lend themselves to cosplay. Unless you get creative.
Ghost in the Shell has always been about futuristic stuff, so seeing it in 3D in a planetarium-like dome was rather fitting.
The first thing I said when Ghost in the Shell: The New Movie ended was “Wow, that actually makes Arise better in retrospect.”
Over the course of 2013 and 2014, four hour-long Ghost in the Shell: Arise episodes were released in theaters. This past anime season, these were broken up into eight episodes—along with an extra two new episodes that continue the story—in Ghost in the Shell: Arise: Alternative Architecture. The result is a mess.
Scarlett Johansson will star in an upcoming live-action Ghost in the Shell movie, Variety reports. It's still not officially greenlit, but with Johansson's involvement and some pushing from Steven Spielberg, it could be on the fast track now.
South Korea's Nexon just released a trailer for its upcoming Ghost in the Shell first-person shooter. The online title is for PC and looks like it could be a good time.
We're just a few days away from the start of the fall TV season in earnest. Tons of new TV shows will be displaying their bright plumage for you. But these days, a TV show has to move fast to hook people. Here are 10 TV shows that won us over in just five minutes — and what they did to grab us.
This past weekend saw the release of the third part of Ghost in the Shell Arise in theaters across Japan. And while it is still full of all the cyberpunk police action you’ve come to expect from the franchise, Ghost Tears also delves into what romance is like in a cybernetic society.
As we approach the premiere of the third theatrical release of Ghost in the Shell: Arise in Japan later this month, an official parody flash animation series has begun appearing on YouTube. It’s pretty damn funny (at least, if you speak Japanese).
I'm not sure a live action Ghost in the Shell adaptation would be a good idea, but an homage to the opening of Mamoru Oshii's 1995 anime with real-life characters can't hurt.
Drones have a lot of potential applications — blowing stuff up, fictional delivery services, flying cameramen. But Cyberpunk ballet dancer? That's a new one to me.
In a grim cyberpunk future, a group of sword-wielding warriors traverses the neon-lit city in search of...Murphy's Irish Stout?