Voices Of Solid And Liquid Snake Read The Night Before Metal Gear

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Voices Of Solid And Liquid Snake Read The Night Before Metal Gear

Cam Clarke, a prolific voice actor behind many great gaming and animation roles, has been big into reviving Liquid Snake recently. Using his YouTube channel, Clarke has been known to wrap in Solid Snake voice David Hayter into the videos with both actors playing their roles from Metal Gear Solid. Now Clarke has dropped a Christmas-themed video, reading from The Night Before Metal Gear.

The two read a Metal Gear Solid-themed Night Before Christmas while bickering in-character about their roles. Check out the fictional brothers but real-life friends acting it out below.

The audio quality isn't the best because this is just a thing two friends are doing for Metal Gear fans in a home setting and not an official release from Konami, so you might have to focus a bit to hear. It's worth it to watch, though, especially if you want to hear the Master Miller impression as Liquid Snake, which to me is the actual Kazuhira Miller.

Voices Of Solid And Liquid Snake Read The Night Before Metal Gear

about X hours ago from
Voices Of Solid And Liquid Snake Read The Night Before Metal Gear

Cam Clarke, a prolific voice actor behind many great gaming and animation roles, has been big into reviving Liquid Snake recently. Using his YouTube channel, Clarke has been known to wrap in Solid Snake voice David Hayter into the videos with both actors playing their roles from Metal Gear Solid. Now Clarke has dropped a Christmas-themed video, reading from The Night Before Metal Gear.

The two read a Metal Gear Solid-themed Night Before Christmas while bickering in-character about their roles. Check out the fictional brothers but real-life friends acting it out below.

The audio quality isn't the best because this is just a thing two friends are doing for Metal Gear fans in a home setting and not an official release from Konami, so you might have to focus a bit to hear. It's worth it to watch, though, especially if you want to hear the Master Miller impression as Liquid Snake, which to me is the actual Kazuhira Miller.

Voices Of Solid And Liquid Snake Read The Night Before Metal Gear

about X hours ago from
Voices Of Solid And Liquid Snake Read The Night Before Metal Gear

Cam Clarke, a prolific voice actor behind many great gaming and animation roles, has been big into reviving Liquid Snake recently. Using his YouTube channel, Clarke has been known to wrap in Solid Snake voice David Hayter into the videos with both actors playing their roles from Metal Gear Solid. Now Clarke has dropped a Christmas-themed video, reading from The Night Before Metal Gear.

The two read a Metal Gear Solid-themed Night Before Christmas while bickering in-character about their roles. Check out the fictional brothers but real-life friends acting it out below.

The audio quality isn't the best because this is just a thing two friends are doing for Metal Gear fans in a home setting and not an official release from Konami, so you might have to focus a bit to hear. It's worth it to watch, though, especially if you want to hear the Master Miller impression as Liquid Snake, which to me is the actual Kazuhira Miller.

Fresh Prince's Alfonso Ribeiro Files Lawsuit Against Epic Over Fortnite Dances

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Fresh Prince's Alfonso Ribeiro Files Lawsuit Against Epic Over Fortnite Dances

Update: Backpack Kid, the minor who allegedly originated the Floss dance that has become a core part of Fortnite's cultural identity, is also filing suit against Epic, according to TMZ. To be more accurate, his mother and his manager are filing suit over the use of his dance. The firm representing the sixteen year-old are also suing 2K Games for the same dance.

The original story from 5:20 p.m. CT on 12/17/2018 is as follows:

The question of whether dances are freely available to be reproduced without concern has been fairly open over the years, but Epic's Fortnite seems to have brought the discussion up to a more mainstream level. A number of artists and critics have chided Epic for stealing dances from people and cultures to profit from, but until 2 Milly recently filed an official complaint, no one had decided to test these waters. Now another popular dance is being put in the spotlight.

Fresh Prince's Alfonso Ribeiro Files Lawsuit Against Epic Over Fortnite Dances (Update: Backpack Kid Also Files Suit)

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Fresh Prince's Alfonso Ribeiro Files Lawsuit Against Epic Over Fortnite Dances (Update: Backpack Kid Also Files Suit)

Update: Backpack Kid, the minor who allegedly originated the Floss dance that has become a core part of Fortnite's cultural identity, is also filing suit against Epic, according to TMZ. To be more accurate, his mother and his manager are filing suit over the use of his dance. The firm representing the sixteen year-old are also suing 2K Games for the same dance.

The original story from 5:20 p.m. CT on 12/17/2018 is as follows:

The question of whether dances are freely available to be reproduced without concern has been fairly open over the years, but Epic's Fortnite seems to have brought the discussion up to a more mainstream level. A number of artists and critics have chided Epic for stealing dances from people and cultures to profit from, but until 2 Milly recently filed an official complaint, no one had decided to test these waters. Now another popular dance is being put in the spotlight.

Fresh Prince's Alfonso Ribeiro Files Lawsuit Against Epic Over Fortnite Dances (Update: Backpack Kid Also Files Suit)

about X hours ago from
Fresh Prince's Alfonso Ribeiro Files Lawsuit Against Epic Over Fortnite Dances (Update: Backpack Kid Also Files Suit)

Update: Backpack Kid, the minor who allegedly originated the Floss dance that has become a core part of Fortnite's cultural identity, is also filing suit against Epic, according to TMZ. To be more accurate, his mother and his manager are filing suit over the use of his dance. The firm representing the sixteen year-old are also suing 2K Games for the same dance.

The original story from 5:20 p.m. CT on 12/17/2018 is as follows:

The question of whether dances are freely available to be reproduced without concern has been fairly open over the years, but Epic's Fortnite seems to have brought the discussion up to a more mainstream level. A number of artists and critics have chided Epic for stealing dances from people and cultures to profit from, but until 2 Milly recently filed an official complaint, no one had decided to test these waters. Now another popular dance is being put in the spotlight.

AIAS Inducts Halo's Bonnie Ross Into Hall Of Fame

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AIAS Inducts Halo's Bonnie Ross Into Hall Of Fame

Microsoft corporate vice president and head of 343 Industries Bonnie Ross is set to become The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences' 23rd Hall of Fame recipient.

Ross has been a part of the game industry since 1994, when she joined Microsoft's PC sports division to work on NBA Full Court Press. Since then, Ross has helped with the development of several titles, including Dungeon Siege, Gears of War, Jade Empire, Mass Effect, Psychonauts, and every Halo game since Halo 3: ODST.

Ross has also been instrumental in driving diversity in the industry. In 1997, she co-founded the Microsoft Women in Gaming community. You can watch Ross talk about her career and her role on Halo 5: Guardians in our video interview from 2015.

AIAS Inducts Halo's Bonnie Ross Into Hall Of Fame

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AIAS Inducts Halo's Bonnie Ross Into Hall Of Fame

Microsoft corporate vice president and head of 343 Industries Bonnie Ross is set to become The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences' 23rd Hall of Fame recipient.

Ross has been a part of the game industry since 1994, when she joined Microsoft's PC sports division to work on NBA Full Court Press. Since then, Ross has helped with the development of several titles, including Dungeon Siege, Gears of War, Jade Empire, Mass Effect, Psychonauts, and every Halo game since Halo 3: ODST.

Ross has also been instrumental in driving diversity in the industry. In 1997, she co-founded the Microsoft Women in Gaming community. You can watch Ross talk about her career and her role on Halo 5: Guardians in our video interview from 2015.

Bayonetta Director Polling To See Which Other Characters You Want In Smash Bros.

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Bayonetta Director Polling To See Which Other Characters You Want In Smash Bros.

Hideki Kamiya of PlatinumGames, famed Japanese director behind games like Devil May Cry, Okami, and Bayonetta, has already gotten a bit of Smash Bros. representation from the Umbran witch. She was introduced as DLC in the last Super Smash Bros. game and is part of the base roster in Ultimate, but Kamiya was seemingly looking for more.

The tweet, which has now been deleted after harassment, had Kamiya asking which of his characters fans would most like to see in Smash. The options were Dante from Devil May Cry, Amaterasu from Okami, Wonder Red from Wonderful 101, and Viewtiful Joe. Kamiya took the poll down after a few hours after some racist responses to the tweet.

While the DLC for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has already been decided, Kamiya might be lobbying for placement in a second character pass or perhaps the DLC choice is an action game character from Capcom they haven't quite nailed down yet with Wonder Red as an added possibility. Kamiya could also have just been polling for his own amusement.

Update: Dreams Closed Beta Begins Tomorrow

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Update: Dreams Closed Beta Begins Tomorrow

Update (12/18/18 at 12:20 p.m.): During a livestream today, Media Molecule announced that Dreams is getting a closed beta beginning tomorrow. Invites will be sent exclusively to those following Media Molecule's community newsletter, and it will last from December 19 to January 21.

For the open beta, it won't begin until early next year. No date was given, but you can start signing up on January 8.

If you follow the newsletter, invite codes will begin to be sent out tomorrow. You'll need to sign a non-disclosure agreement agreeing not to stream or post any of its content online. The beta will not support PSVR, and it will require a 4GB download.