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The year of 2016 will go down in history as they year of virtual reality, thatís for sure. Now Starbreeze Studios, developer of games like The Darkness and PayDay 2, is planning on introducing a virtual reality arcade.
If you heard a loud squeal coming from the fighting section of the gaming community this morning, it's because Bandai Namco just made a surprise announcement for upcoming Tekken 7: legendary Street Fighter boss Akuma is going to be in the game.
Dissidia Final Fantasy is just a couple of weeks away from finally launching in Japanese arcades, which means itís time to get to know the roster of fighters a bit better. Square Enix and Koei Tecmo have decided to tackle that task in an orderly fashion, introducing the original Final Fantasyís Warrior of Light in a brand new gameplay trailer.
Mega Man has battled nearly 100 Robot Masters in his numbered series alone, blasting his way through hordes of lowly minions to topple and absorb the power of his greatest foes. So that got us thinking; which of these diabolical contraptions are the best of the best?
The 256th level of Pac-Man is said to be absolutely impossible to beat. Four of the world's most talented arcade game players are looking to change that. The Twin Galaxies Pac-Man Kill Screen Challenge will be broadcast all around the world on TGLive.com this Saturday, July 25th at 5 p.m./8 p.m.
There are apparently only three things in this life that are certain: The sun is going to rise, the sun is going to set, and Arc System Works is going to bring out another BlazBlue game. The latest iteration of the fan favorite fighter has just been announced, and itís called BlazBlue: Central Fiction.
The first entries in the Video Game Hall of Fame have been announced, including six of the most influential pieces of virtual entertainment to ever keep players glued to the screen.
Namco Bandai has announced another character for the ever-growing roster of Tekken 7, this time it's Jack, a long time pugilist who has undergone many, many transformations throughout the long running fighting game series. This newest iteration of Jack is appropriately named Jack 7.
Tekken 7 is gearing up to put a beatdown on fighting fans across the world this year and, if the latest gameplay trailer can serve as an indicator, some classic characters may be getting new look. Yoshimitsu, for instance, features 100 percent more tentacles.
Bandai Namco released a new trailer for Tekken 7. This time the trailer spotlights one of the new characters on the roster named Gigas. The character is a giant, muscle-bound grappler with a lot of pound-the-ground moves... literally.
Primal Rage II is one of those rare canceled video games that has earned an almost legendary status. It was slated to be the follow-up to a beloved fighting game that featured mammoth dinosaurs. Other than an article or two hyping the production of the game in the mid-90's, however, Primal Rage II basically disappeared from the face of the Earth. Now, nearly 20 years following its cancellation, we're finally able to see what the game would have looked like in a newly released video showing off actual gameplay.
Sega wants you to pimp it up in Hell Yeah: Wrath of the Dead Rabbit. The game is all about collecting mad loot, outfitting your undead rabbit with some sick gear and collecting some radical guns. The new trailer focuses on everything mentioned here in the opening paragraph and then some, giving gamers a good idea of what to expect from this over-the-top arcade title.
At BlueFes 2012, Arc System Works unveiled a new fighting game called BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma. Phantasma, the fifth game in the 2D fighter series, will make its arcade debut in winter 2012.
Dream Arcades recently announced that they have a brand new device available for enthusiast gamers and it's called the Dreamcade Kegerator, also nicknamed the "Inebriation Station".
Activision announced that a new multiplayer arcade shooter is headed to the Nintendo Wii this March called Top Shot Arcade, and reminding us why the Wii is still king of the party-games this generation.