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A cyborg ninja cartoon

Today I was thinking to draw something new like a half men and half cyborg but I wanted to insert something new into it so I added ninja sword and made him a bins cyborg.

「Only a Fool Trusts His Life to a Weapon!」

Pretty ironic considering him carrying a katana himself… www

Following after Solid Snake (Being ‘number one fan’ of his after all… XDc), Cyborg Ninja finally received his proper action figure treatment (Aside from his larger Play Arts Kai counterpart, which unfortunately I’ve managed to miss during the pre-order AND release days)… 236 more words

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Iron Fist: the Living Weapon 2

Today, Taylor and Drew are discussing Iron Fist: the Living Weapon 2, originally released May 7th, 2014.

Taylor: What is it that makes ninjas so dang appealing? 1,456 more words

Alternating Current

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes Gets Exclusive Xbox Content

Metal Gear Solid V’s first chapter, Ground Zeroes, will feature exclusive content on both PlayStation and Xbox platforms. We’ve already seen the PlayStation-exclusive flashback mission with polygonal Snake(MGS1) last month and now another familiar face surfaces exclusively for Xbox consoles. 197 more words

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Tuesday Treasures: Metal Gear Solid Turns 15

We’ve got a good one for you folks. Fifteen years ago to the day, Hideo Kojima’s seminal third person stealth action game Metal Gear Solid… 2,494 more words

Classic Video Games

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance

(authors note: When starting the game please play the tutorial, you have no idea how much it helped in explaining, parrying, blade mode and other hard to understand concepts in the game. 552 more words

Double-Edged Sword: The Perfect, Perfectly Generic Finale of Metal Gear Rising -- Austin

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance is a crazy game. Super crazy. Off-the-wall, coo-coo for Cocoa Puffs, batsh*t insane kinda crazy. If I had to give an elevator pitch for this game, it would be “A cyborg attacks private military companies to rescue the brains of children.” Yep, that’s totally accurate.  1,600 more words

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