For nearly twenty years now, the Metal Gear Solid franchise has featured some of the most iconic characters and design in the business. As we say goodbye to Hideo Kojima’s involvement with the series—and maybe the series itself—I figured today was a good time to look back on the best of Metal Gear’s art.
When former Apple engineer Brad Sewell moved from California to Boston to attend Harvard Business School, he quickly became frustrated with the state of the furniture market.
“I had this taste in quality, Sewell told Entrepreneur, “but a budget that was like ‘graduated IKEA’. There wasn’t much between your disposable furniture and the really high-end stuff.”
So like many ambitious go-getters, Sewell dropped out of Harvard and created a company to address his furniture concerns. The result? An innovative new company called Campaign.
It’s getting easier to talk to the government online, but you’re frequently limited to one-way communication. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could chat with officials as easily as you do your internet friends? That might just happen. The White House h…
Details on StarCraft II’s final expansion Legacy of the Void are coming soon.
On September 13, developer Blizzard Entertainment will be hosting a livestream showing off the expansion’s cinematic, revealing the release date, and discussing the features in Legacy of the Void.
The livestream will take place on the official StarCraft Twitch channel at 10am PDT on September 13. Those who live in southern California can also opt to watch the event at the Blizzard Barcraft in downtown Los Angeles at the Theater at Ace Hotel. William “Chobra” Cho will host the premiere.
CBS announced today it would stream a few regular season games online for free! That’ll probably cost ad revenue or something so it’s awfully kind of the network. Let’s see what games they are.
Rembrandt’s An Old Man in Military Costume is a 380-year-old masterpiece with a secret. Beneath the famous figure in the feathered cap hides a much younger man, one that researchers are uncovering in color using advanced x-ray technology.
Karen Gillan is set to co-star in the upcoming film adaptation of Dave Eggers’ novel, The Circle.
According to Deadline, Gillan will play Annie – a warm, goofy, but intelligent member of the titular Circle.
Karen Gillan as Doctor Who’s Amy Pond.
The Circle is an internet monopoly that links users’ emails, social media, banking, and online purchases with their universal operating system. That results in one online identity – and as moviegoers will find out, that may not turn out to be a good thing.
NASA’s Curiosity rover keeps snapping pictures of things that look like other things, and some people insist it’s all proof of a grand conspiracy and/or aliens. We haven’t actually stumbled upon an alien yet (at least as far as we’ve been told), but we have come across rocks that look like rats, crabs, a woman, a pyramid, pieces of old …
Microsoft and developer Turn 10 have just released the Forza Motorsport 6 demo on Xbox One, and we detail it all in this series of videos.
Katie from Gamerscore Whores writes “Metanet Studios are back with a new N game in N++. The infuriatingly addictive rage quit platformer that was one of the earliest games to coin the rage play YouTube craze has found it’s way back onto PS4 with much better online services and an absolute abundance of levels to play. How does it fare? Watch our video review.”
Information (including spoilers) on the latest TF2 comic.
Presenting a new feature we hope you don’t have any objections to.
They said it would never happen, and then they said it would never release outside of Japan. When Level 5 and Capcom announced they were teaming up for Professor Layton x Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney, the immediate speculation was it wasnt going to come west following the disappointing sales of Ace Attorney Investigations and its sequel not even being localized. Also, there is the complication of having Nintendo as the publisher of the western Professor Layton games. Thankfully, the deals were signed and the game released in North America on August 29, 2014.
It was a bold move from Nintendo to launch the GameCube in 2001 without a Mario game. The tables were turned so that Mario’s link to the launch was through new series Luigi’s Mansion, putting the green half of the Mario Bros. in his first starring role. Super Mario Sunshine arrived the following year in 2002, six years after Super Mario 64 showed the world how 3D platformers should be done. No pressure then. Gamers eagerly waited to see what Shigeru Miyamoto had cooked up for this long awaited follow-up in the Mario series.
In a move designed to help turn the tide of slowing sales, McDonald’s will begin offering its breakfast menu all day long beginning October 6.
Who among us doesn’t know the heartbreak that comes with arriving at McDonald’s, belly aching for the flavor of a savory breakfast treat, only to have those egg-filled dreams shattered by the phrase “I’m sorry, we stop serving breakfast at 10:30?”
That gut-wrenching statement will be a thing of the past, at least at McDonald’s locations in the United States. A McDonald’s spokesperson told CNN Money all-day breakfast was likely its “number one” customer request.
If you reserved a “Signature Series” Model X, the $132,000 version of Tesla’s new crossover SUV, you can start modifying it to your heart’s delight. Earlier today, the company began opening up the ordering process, enabling early adopters to pick out their interior and exterior colors, and to throw all kinds of add-ons into their respective shopping carts, including… Read More
Is it possible to convert today’s standard- and high-definition shows and movies into tomorrow’s High-Dynamic Range (HDR) video? Technicolor claims yes.
Microsoft’s making good on its promise to release Cortana for PC in more locations after a limited launch. Now, the voice assistant is available as an optional download in Nihongo for Japan, as well as in English for Australia, Canada and India, bu…
Google quietly released its third-generation Nest Learning Thermostat on Tuesday. The device is smart enough to learn what you like, and should pay for itself during its lifetime while helping you cut down on your energy bill.
Ride-hailing service condemned the attack but argued the company was not contractually related to the defendant and that California was the wrong place to file the lawsuit.