If you’ve ever been to a con there have always been Snakes slithering around. Solid Snake, from the Metal Gear series, is a popular character to cosplay, however Otacon is not. I believe this for the fact that you can’t really tell if the cosplay is Otacon, a pharmacist, a doctor, or just some hipster douchebag wearing a lab coat. This MGS Otacon cosplayer had a funny and obvious way to show it by utilizing the codec graphics from the game, as well as having a hilarious caption. The cosplayer is HEDGESMFG, and showed this off at Otakon of course.
Movies For Gamers is a section of BabysoftMurderhands.com where we post and discuss a trailer for a classic cult movie. The movies we select will hopefully be movies that gamers will love too. And of course, if you haven’t seen it, we’ll give you a link to get it.
Following up Sam Raimi’s horror classic Evil Dead II, Army of Darkness takes the things we loved about the previous films and converts it into an action film. Blending dark fantasy and comedy, Army of Darkness continues the adventures of Ash (played by The Chin aka Bruce Campbell). He travels through time to find himself stuck in the dark ages and to get back to his own time, he’s gotta find the book of the dead. Sh*t hits the fan and causes an all out war with the undead. Memorable lines such as “This is my boomstick!” have immortalized Army of Darkness to film fans everywhere.
Although the Evil Dead franchise has received several video games over the years, Army of Darkness has only received one direct video game. Army of Darkness Defense, an arcade style defense game on iOS and Android.
You read right. Unfortunately, it’s an utter lie and simply a mock up we found on Reddit. But wouldn’t be cool to have a simple, 8 bit version of Bioshock Infinite? You’d be surprised how good Nintendo Gameboy versions of AAA titles could be back in the day. Who votes we start a petition to Irrational Games for this? Just kidding. (Or are we?)
If you’ve ever played Treyarch’s Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2 online then you’ve surely been informed by several young lads about your mothers promiscuity. COD players have a bad rap in multiplayer, which most people assume is due to the younger, less mature audience the series garners. Well, we’ve got news for you… Check out this “best of” video recorded by Eurogamer.net which shows you sponsored, “professional” players in a european Black Ops 2 championship tournament violently cursing, shouting and intimidating each other.
So there you have it. Is COD still 1337? Are all BLOPs players over aggressive jerk-faces? Should Activision require an always on connection to filter our bad language for the players benefit?