Saddle up, cosplay enthusiasts, because we're bringing you some more of the Greatest Game Cosplay Ever (This Week). This time, we're featuring a bunch of awesome Metal Gear Solid cosplay to celebrate the release of Ground Zeroes. There are also some more of your favorite League of Legends champions and even a role-playing game idol or two. Spot them all in the gallery below and stare in wonder at some of the lengths people will go to in order to portray a character accurately.
We're not sure if you're ready to see a bunch of great fan art based on some of your favorite roe-playing games and recent hits, but that's what we're exploring today in the Greatest Game Art Ever (This Week). There's a bit of Diablo 3 fan art in order to celebrate the expansion being released soon, a bit of Golden Sun timelessness and even an almost pixie-like version of Juliet Starling from Lollipop Chainsaw. Take a look at the gallery below!
Austin Hargrave, better known as PeanutButterGamer, or PBG, is a YouTube video game “reviewer.” I use the term reviewer loosely, and in the sense that PBG himself would use it. What I mean by that is he doesn’t really review games, but instead does more of a scripted Let’s Play of games from his childhood, as well as notoriously bad games. PBG also does Top 10 lists, and has two original series, ‘The G-Files’ and ‘To Kill an Avatar.’ All of these and more can be found on his YouTube channel, as well as Normalboots.com, a site that he co-founded alongside fellow YouTuber JonTron. From his humble beginnings, to the polished videos he creates today, these are the Top 10 PeanutButterGamer Episodes.
With Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes on its way, we would like to reminisce about the 10 Greatest Moments in Metal Gear Solid History. Even though Ground Zeroes acts a prologue to Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain, we would still like to refresh everyone on some of the most memorable scenes throughout the Metal Gear franchise before we play as Big Boss yet again. Be prepared for laughs, tears, bodies, boxes and bullets as we explore some of our favorite scenes starring Big Boss, Solid Snake and Raiden. The Metal Gear series taught us that when it comes to patriotism, espionage is a necessity. Nevertheless, there's no need for stealth when it comes to the 10 Greatest Moments in Metal Gear Solid History.
Cosplay is one of those great hobbies that encompasses many things. You have cosplayers, costumes, conventions, photographers, photoshoots and a whole host of different factors that go into really showcasing an outfit. In this week's Greatest Game Cosplay Ever, we explore a gallery of photos shot at conventions. While everyone might be at the same place, a skilled photographer can choose locations that are varied and make photos really pop. Check out the pictures below.
This week, we take a look at some fan art pieces created by artists who love both the classics and games that have yet to be released. It's great when just the excitement for an imminent game prompts one to delve deep into their imagination and pay tribute to something they're looking forward to playing. And since we're going nuts for Titanfall, you better believe there's some Titanfall action going on somewhere on this page. Peep the gallery below!
We've all got our favorite video game franchises and characters. Some games we love in spite of their faults, while others are championed by nearly everyone everywhere. But if you had to choose just four characters to speak for the whole of gaming, who would make the cut?
This week, we explore the wonderful things that happen when great cosplayers, an awesome photographer and bit a of digital manipulation mix. While it's great that cosplayers can craft an accurate costume and photographers can find shots and backdrops that really bring a character to life, it's also interesting to see how a bit of digital photo manipulation can make it look like the real world and the world of gaming have melded. The end result is pretty jaw-dropping.
In this week's Greatest Game Art Ever, we explore an equal mix of gaming's classic heroes as well as a few from the more modern pantheon. You might find some character that were forgotten for a while but now have been given new life thanks to artists who just happened to be fans. So even though a game might fall into obscurity, it can always live on through the magic of fan art.
In the first edition of Arcade Sushi Asks in 2014, we partnered with our headbanging brothers over at Loudwire to hit the hard rocking members of bands like Steel Panther, Drowning Pool, Escape the Fate and more with the biggest question of their careers.