Today on Highlight Reel we have new Dark Souls 3 PvP strategies, hedgehog costumes, Fallout Pac-Man and much more!
If you’re going to make an action figure based on knife/porn fodder like Metal Gear soldiers, you need to get the tone right. And Figma definitely have the tone right here.
My parents didn’t like video games; I was forbidden from playing them when I was growing up. So, most of the “games” I played as a kid were demos.
Lots of Solid Snake fans got sad when the folks making the Shadow Moses HD re-make of Metal Gear Solid suddenly announced that they were stopping development last month. It turns out that all of that work isn’t just evaporating into thin air. You’ll be able to walk around the environments of what could have been.
“I was kinda hoping that Konami would take me back now that he was gone.” In a special edition of the Game Informer podcast, actor and screenwriter David Hayter talked about his “humiliating” replacement as Metal Gear’s leading man and how he really feels about the series creator who wanted him gone.
Sometimes you see a cool fight scene in a game and think, “I could do that.” Let’s be honest: you probably couldn’t. But thanks to YouTube, you can at least learn about some badass moves from someone who can.
Remember that great-looking Unreal Engine 4 fan remake of Metal Gear Solid? Remember how you’ve spent every waking moment since it was announced dreading its unceremonious cancellation? Well, haha, about that...
Metal Gear fan Airam Hernandez is leading an effort to recreate the entire original 1998 Metal Gear Solid for the PC. Only this time it’ll be using Unreal Engine 4.
Throughout 2015, just when you thought things couldn’t get any more bizarre for Konami, they did. Let’s take a look back at the weirdness that was Konami in 2015.
Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty was one of the most anticipated games ever. 1998’s Metal Gear Solid blew everyone away with its attention to detail and imaginative world. The sequel, one of the first big PS2 games, would herald Solid Snake’s triumphant return. Snake came back...but not for the entire game.
Metal Gear designer Hideo Kojima was apparently not allowed to attend tonight’s Game Awards, per an announcement by host Geoff Keighley. A lawyer for Konami reportedly barred Kojima from attending, nor accept his awards. The Phantom Pain’s Kiefer Sutherland accepted one of Metal Gear’s awards on his behalf. When the…
In Japan, the voice of Snake is Akio Otsuka. He’s famous! In the past, he would often appear at Metal Gear events, which make recent claims by a Japanese TV show all the odder. Namely, that he refuses to show his face.
A nine-week class project carried out by four people, resulting in some cool Metal Gear Solid fanart.
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain has proven to be a hit, selling five million copies worldwide. According to today’s Nikkei, the Tokyo-based fitness company has began internal talks about the next Metal Gear title.
Today on Highlight Reel we have impressive misses, all-or-nothing Battlefront victories, teabag parties, Rhino hunting, dunks, and much more!
THR has a great interview with John Carpenter up on their site, and tucked away neatly in one corner of it is some interesting stuff about a Metal Gear lawsuit that never was.
We showed off Masazi’s Raiden outfit when it floored people at this year’s TGS, but in the meantime she’s gone and made this very cool short film with Rescue the Princess which really showcases what the suit (and helmet) can do.
Today on Highlight Reel we have a strong right hook at the Battle of Hoth, lucky and skillful headshots, skeletons, decoys and much more!
Today on Highlight Reel we have lucky shots, great goal defenses, intense Mad Max shotguns, silly walks, and much more!