Hideo Kojima is widely considered to be one of the greatest icons in video game development. His enormously popular Metal Gear Solid series introduced a cinematic storytelling to gaming that was revolutionary in its time. But Hideo Kojima’s childhood wasn’t always happy, and his early career as a developer at Konami could have gone better. Show More Summary
Everything Metal Gear Solid 5 can be yours for the low price of $30. Amazon US is dropping the price of Metal Gear Solid 5: The Definitive Experience for a limited time, to just $30. The collection usually retails for $50, and the offer is available on both PS4 and Xbox One. You can take […]
Just in time for Christmas Lego has released a new series of games into the Windows Store. LEGO® Ninjago: Skybound is Metal Gear Solid for 6 year olds. The evil Djinn Nadakhan is stealing parts of Ninjago Island to rebuild his realm of Djinjago in the sky. Playing as Jay you must battle him and […]
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Republique was a nice little indie stealth romp, created by several of the folks who worked on the Metal Gear Solid franchise. It had its share of highs and lows (an especially low point was it's insane wait between episodes), but if...Show More Summary
It's also kind of genius: an emoji sound board stuffed with pop-culture effects, from 'Law & Order', 'X-Files', 'Metal Gear Solid', and more.
Remember when the US got Metal Gear Solid 2 over two weeks before Japan? It was a huge thing back then, but it happens more often than you'd think even today. The first six episodes of Pokemon Generations, the new miniseries, are now available in Japanese by way of the show's official YouTube account. Show More Summary
(PG-13: Language) Videogamedunkey gives an entertaining and pragmatic judgment on Final Fantasy XV for those who are still on the fence about the JRPG. Like Metal Gear Solid V, FF XV has unacceptable flaws, but its gameplay and presentation redeem it.
On the opposite end of the spectrum from that absurdly funny fan-made Metal Gear Solid V animation that swapped in Norman Reedus' character and Lisa from P.T., here we have another great find dug up by data miners: all the spooky scary...Show More Summary
Plus the Fast and Furious Blu-ray collection, Ghirardelli chocolate, the official PS4 wireless headset, and more!
While nowhere near as sensual and sexual as Ocelot in the role of Quiet, this video from Lakitouille takes the ghost and Norman Reedus character models from Kojima horror tech demo P.T. and puts them in that classic Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain scene.
If you thought P.T. was terrifying, wait until you get a load of this. P.T. has been thoroughly datamined and the result is a super weird Metal Gear Solid 5 scene starring none other than the spooky ghost as Quiet and Norman Reedus as Big Boss. Oh, and that gross fetus makes an appearance too, […]
Last year, Metal Gear developer Hideo Kojima split with Konami over creative differences. Because of the split, Kojima didn't have the chance to accept The Game Award for Best Action/Adventure Game Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain...Show More Summary
Holy. Shit. Guillermo del Toro just unloaded on Twitter in a way I don’t think I have ever seen a celebrity do so in public. Del toro, who was once attached to Hideo Kojima’s (“Metal Gear Solid”) “Silent Hills” for Konami, just tweeted out a single proclamation: “Fuck Konami.” FUCK KONAMI https://t.co/YRl5uXQlO6 — Guillermo del […]
A year later, Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima has accepted an award at The Game Awards 2016, this time for being an "Industry Icon." His acceptance kicked off this year's show, with a very emotional Geoff Keighley recounting his failed attempts to hand him the winged trophy. "Last year, I thought I lost everything," he said. Show More Summary
Given that most of my weekend will be occupied with moving - or facilitating the move of my partner into my place - it only seemed appropriate to find a shot of the best item from Metal Gear Solid 5. More »
Ever since I played Metal Gear Solid 2 nearly half my life ago (shudders), my goal in stealth games has been the same: to knock people unconscious and then position their bodies so that they’ll wake up thinking, “What the shit was I even doing?” Read more...
Over-the-top cut-scenes aside, I always had a soft spot for the Gamecube remake Metal Gear Solid. The Twin Snakes. This video confirms what I've always suspected about the project. it was a bit of a labour of love. More »
You finally got a PlayStation 4. You're ready to dive into all the action. But where should you start? Okay, yes, definitely play "Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain." But also, at some point on that first day, there's one other crucial...Show More Summary