Tweet Ever since the release of Street Fight IV, the fighting game genre has had a renewed surge of interest. To the delight of fighting fanatics this has meant a plethora of games to choose from. Everything from the 3D-style such as Tekken and SoulCalibur to 2D hand-drawn games like BlazBlue. The newest contender to the […]
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Tweet Rewind to 1992 for a moment, three games thunder onto the arcade scene- Street Fighter II: Championship Edition, Mortal Kombat, and X-Men. Joining the likes of The Simpsons and TMNT: Turtles in Time, arcade cabinets were still the kings of gaming.
Tweet Good day boys & girls! Many of you out there by now have picked up the newest Castlevania from Konami entitled Lords of Shadow. The game arrived with minimal fan fare but has gone on to sell well at retailers.
Tweet Remember when Metal Gear Solid 4 ran an April Fools joke and showed Solid Snake running around in Altair’s outfit? Remember then how everyone was surprised it wasn’t a joke? The developers of MGS and those of AC have continued to show their love for each other’s games again.
Tweet Before the internet gave some kid halfway around the globe the ability to pwn you in Halo, the multiplayer experience thrived in arcades in America. People would stand around one arcade cabinet of Street Fighter 2 or The Simpsons Arcade, waiting to get their turn. Personally I can remember only two games that I would religiously play […]
Tweet Today during the GamesCom press conference, Konami had some interesting updates about Lords of Shadow. It seems that the game will be getting two sets of downloadable content soon after the release of the game. The content will contain new levels for more hours of gameplay after the end of the game. What worries […]
Tweet One of Xbox Live’s “Summer of Arcade” titles came out last week, Castlevania: Harmony of Despair. Being a fan of the many dungeon exploration titles from the Gameboy Advance and Nintendo DS, I picked this title up with little question.
Tweet For many years now Hideo Kojima one of the top minds in videogames has said that he would stop making MGS games. With that said MGS:Peace Walker was just released and I am eagerly awaiting E3 to hear any news about MGS:Rising.