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How practical are these real-life Metal Gear Solid sneaking boots?

I feel like I have vague memory of when Pumas were a trendy shoe around the era of Sidekicks, maybe? Followed soccer's 90s-era rise in US prominence (because of Puma's cleats)? Anyways, these Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain themed...Show More Summary

Experience Points .19: Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance

Experience Points is a series in which I highlight some of the most memorable things about a particular game. These can include anything from a specific scene or moment, a character, a weapon or item, a level or location, a part of the...Show More Summary

PSN weekend flash sale discounts sci-fi games

Sony is hosting a science fiction-themed flash sale on PlayStation Network this weekend. Here are some of the deals that caught my eye: Jamestown+ ($4.80) Resonance of Fate ($5) Beyond Good & Evil HD ($3.30) Metal Gear Rising - Ultimate...Show More Summary

Raiden Inferno Armor Version Sixth-Scale Figure

It’s time to gear up with the Raiden Inferno Armor Version Sixth-Scale Figure, based on the popular character’s look in Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance. Raiden is armed and ready for action with this 12.60-inch-tall figure that features a body with over 30 points of articulation, a high-frequency blade, and a black and red colored visor […]

Platinum's Saito wants to make a Kill la Kill game

Metal Gear Rising director Kenji Saito currently has his hands full with the upcoming release of Transformers: Devastation this October. But what's next for him and the rest of Platinum Games? Well, if Saito had his druthers, he'd be working on an adaptation of Kill la Kill. Show More Summary

Metal Gear Rising director wants to make a Kill La Kill or Berserk game

Metal Gear Rising director Kenji Saito wants to make a game based on two of the most popular anime and manga series. The Platinum way. Kenji Saito, who’s currently working on the recently announced Transformers: Devastation game, wishes to work on something from the worlds of anime and manga next. Asked by a fan to […]

Anarchy reigns in this new Transformers Devastation trailer

Bayonetta and Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance developer Platinum Games has released a new trailer showing off more of its upcoming Transformers Devastation. We get to see more of the game's combat system in which you can switch between vehicle and mechanical man forms at will. Show More Summary

E3 2015: New Nier game in development at Platinum Games

A new Nier game has been announced by Square Enix. Square Enix has just announced a new Nier game, in development at Bayonetta and Metal Gear Rising studio Platinum Games. The game is produced by Yosuke Saito, who also produced the original. The reveal did not mention a subtitle, or any further details. Square Enix […]

Cartoony new Transformers game bears Platinum Games' name

Celebrated Japanese action game studio Platinum Games (Bayonetta, Vanquish, Metal Gear Rising) has been named as the developer of a new cartoony Transformers action game - Transformers Devastation. The naming was done by huge US retailer Best Buy, in a page since taken down. Show More Summary

Sorry, Metal Gear Rising 2 will not be at E3

Anything can happen at E3 -- until information is leaked and publishers confirm that certain things will not happen. Much like many exciting new projects this year from Microsoft, Konami producer Ken-ichiro Imaizumi has come out of the woodwork and confirmed this morning that Metal Gear Rising 2 will not be shown at E3. Show More Summary

I'm Going To The Store, You Need Anything?

Yap Kun Rong is a concept artist and illustrator who has over the past few years been at Platinum Games, where he’s worked on Bayonetta 2, Metal Gear Rising and Wonderful 101. Read more...

Kotaku Asks: Video Game Localization Editor Mark MacDonald

Want to know what it was like to translate the wacky Metal Gear Rising? Want to find out how long it took to get Fire Emblem: Awakening to U.S. shores? Today’s a good day to get answers. Read more...

Game News Haikus: Metal Gear Rising 2, amiibo port problems, and more

We're gearing up for GDC and PAX East, but that doesn't mean we can't take some time to reflect on the past week with a little bit of poetry. In this series, we take a look at the stories that gathered the most attention of the past week, and distill each one down to its essence. Show More Summary

Platinum explains Metal Gear Rising 2 teaser image

Metal Gear Solid: Revengeance developer Platinum Games has explained a recent image that appeared to hint at a possible sequel. The picture showed Revengeance main character Raiden next to a giant "2", written in the game's font, which was included by Sony during a PS4 showreel at the recent Taipei Games Show. Show More Summary

Platinum Games Explains Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance 2 Tease

Remember the Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance 2 teaser image? It turns out, it wasn't a tease at all.

Yap Kun Rong

Yap Kun Rong is a concept artist and illustrator originally from Singapore and currently living and working in Tokyo, Japan. His credits in the gaming industry include Metal Gear Rising, Wonderful 101, and Bayonetta 2. He has also worked in comics for companies like Avalon Studios and Radical Publishing. I particularly like his choice of […]

Unfortunately, Kojima & co. confirmed in a tweet that they were not teasing a new game at the Taipei

Unfortunately, Kojima & co. confirmed in a tweet that they were not teasing a new game at the Taipei Game Show—so no Metal Gear Rising 2, at least not yet. Read more...

Geoff Keighley says Metal Gear Rising 2 rumor 'is not true'

Notorious videogame journalizer and all around nice fella Geoff Keighley just tweeted a tweet that's sure to put a from on the face of many Metal Gear fans. Keighley has reportedly spoken to Ken Imaizumi of Kojima Productions who have confirmed that the tease at the Taipei Game Show was not for Metal Gear Rising 2. Show More Summary

Metal Gear Rising 2 might be a thing that's happening

This image appeared for a split second in a Sony sizzle reel aired during the Twitch broadcast out of Taipei Game Show. Sure does look like the typeface from Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance. Nothing is confirmed, of course. But what else could it possibly be? Check it out at 2:46:39. ??????????live?[Twitch via NeoGAF - Thanks, Milo]

That's Certainly A Metal Gear Rising Looking Number Two Right There

Appearing incredibly briefly in a Sony flavor reel shown during the Taipei Game Show, this is definitely the sort of two one might expect to find following the words "Metal Gear Rising." Read more...

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