We still don’t know when, or if, we’re going to get another chance to see Imperator Furiosa on the big screen. But, in the meantime, at least there’s Mad Shelia.
Virtual Toys, aka VTS, does not have the license to be making toys based on Mad Max, but their “Wasteland Ranger” figure sure looks like Tom Hardy. They’ve also made bootleg toys based on everything from The Division (“Darkzone Agent”) to Dredd (“Epoch Cop”).
Take this as a warning: Post-graduation life is one brutal wasteland.
The year was 1999. The dream: simple. Make a new Mad Max game. Make the kind of Mad Max game Australians could be proud of.
It’s the mask the War Boys put it on Max when they captured him, and the folks Awe Me created black thermal plastic version of it to be exact. Looks comfy!
Today on Highlight Reel we have vanishing boats, tomb heaven, hostage rescue strategies, musical tributes, and much more!
Mad Max may seem like the action-movie outlier among this year’s Academy Awards nominees, but it’s more than deserving of earnest consideration. In particular, I hope Fury Road wins Oscars for Best Director, Best Cinematography, and Best Editing.
Counter-Strike plus drivable cars, customizable bases, and lots and lots of sand? This is no ordinary custom map.
I live in Australia, where we drive on the left side of the road and thus the driver’s seat is on the right. Yet, after playing countless open-world games like GTA and Watch Dogs set in America, my instinct in-game is to approach the left side of a car. I didn’t even notice I was doing it until I was caught out by…
Building LEGO versions of Mad Max: Fury Road vehicles is awesome, but building a powerful, remote controlled one is another level of awesomeness.
My boss was dissatisfied with the (nearly) top-tier jacket upgrade Max Max receives in his eponymous game outing. We’ve got this, Totilo.
Someone smart recently told me that every video game should have a photo mode. Now that I’ve finally become obsessed with one, I agree. I can’t stop taking screenshots in the new Mad Max game. And that was before I even discovered the filters. Here are my best shots so far:
In a world filled with uncertainty we are able to cling to few sure things. One rock we can grasp to pull us through our days is the expectation that the more advanced clothing and armor that we obtain for our video game heroes will look more impressive than their starter gear. If only this was true in the new Mad Max…
Hey Gordon, long time no see! When’s Half-Life 3 coming ou— oh. Yikes.
One of the most striking things about Mad Max: Fury Road is the insane palette, full of rich, bright primary colors. But director George Miller said if he’d had his way, the movie would have been in black and white. Now you can see what that would look like.