Tom Cruise is crazy. And not crazy in the jump on couches and shoot lightning bolts crazy but legitimately a crazy person because he has the boulders to do his own stunts. And not just stunts like playing hopscotch in a pond but stunts that get crazier and crazier with each Mission Impossible movie. Rock climbing,…
Yeah, this is actually happening. Classic horror game series Silent Hill is back, with Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima and famed horror movie director Guillermo del Toro involved. Walking Dead TV show actor Norman Reedus is the star. It was revealed in the form of an interactive teaser on the PlayStation…
Every time I think I'm ready to relegate Grand Theft Auto V to the video game archive closet, another insane video stunt montage is released, and I'm drawn right back in.
The company that used to publish the blockbuster Company of Heroes and Metro franchises imploded in rapid and spectacular fashion in late 2012, getting its assets sold off in early 2013. Some of its holdings, like the WWE and Saints Row games, found homes. But the fate of other members of the former THQ family tree—…
We're at the peak of the busiest delivery season of the year. To prove how mad it is, Animal New York recorded this insane 24-hour time-lapse of a UPS parking lot packed with truck trailers behind its office in Hell's Kitchen—"Due to space constraints, this plays out like an real life game of Tetris."
Zack Snyder. Guillermo Del Toro. Gore Verbinski. Michael Bay. Peter Jackson. These are just some of the top filmmakers in the world who have tried to make video games—who have said that they've got ideas that'd be great to play—yet who've mostly failed in the realm of PC, PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo.
Now that Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance has come out and people have had time to play the game, I think it's time we had a frank discussion about how next-level insane the last boss battle is, because holy crap.
If you came of age in the 1990s, you probably saw Mad Dog McCree at your local arcade. What you probably didn't see was a game made by the same company called Gallagher's Gallery, starring the psychotic, watermelon-smashing nutjob of the same name.
Guillermo Del Toro had been helping out on a video game with THQ before, well, THQ basically ran out of money. But that doesn't mean the game is dead.
The man responsible for Pan's Labyrinth is busy. He's still looking for a home for his InSane horror game trilogy and putting the voice of GLADoS into his giant-robots-vs-giant-monsters feature film. But Guillermo del Toro still has to cook up more ideas for the books, films and other projects he wants to do. And…
Last we heard about Guillermo del Toro's horror game inSane, it got cut loose from a frantically restructuring THQ. Today at New York Comic-Con, del Toro confirmed that the game is in search of a new development partner. He also revealed that Ellen McLain, beloved as the voice of GLaDOS from Valve's Portal games,…
THQ has cancelled work on horror game Insane and given all rights back to film director Guillermo del Toro.
We are no longer getting a standalone $30 expansion to the insane open-world crime game Saint's Row: The Third this year, as publisher THQ, emboldened by a change in leadership has nixed the project in order to expand it into a full-sized new Saint's Row next year.
Further distancing the company from rumors that its 2014 lineup had been canned, today's third quarter 2012 financial results from THQ list inSANE, Warhammer 40K: Dark Millennium Online, and several more unannounced core titles that should be showing up over the next couple of years.
Director Guillermo del Toro vows that production on his video game trilogy inSane continues apace even with the attention required for Pacific Rim, his next big cinematic effort.
Filmmaker Guillermo del Toro (Cronos, Hellboy) isn't making just one video game, but three. That's right, a trilogy (uh-oh!). But making video games takes time.
Movie director Guillermo del Toro goes to a meeting with the game developers who are working on a new game trilogy with him. He delivers an ultimatum.
Failing to learn one of the very important lessons of video game hype, Guillermo Del Toro and his pals at THQ revealed today that their collaboration will be for not one game but a trilogy. Don't they know their history?
Hellboy and Pan's Labyrinth director Guillermo del Toro has officially named the game he's making with Saints Row and Red Faction developers Volition Inc. Del Toro's horror game is Insane and it's coming in 2013. See it teased now.
Devin from Michigan sat in a chair for 26 hours over several days to get this masterpiece injected into his skin.