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.
EXOR Studios released a new gameplay trailer of their upcoming zombie arcade title, Zombie Driver. It features various vehicles laying waste to hordes of zombies, filling the streets with splattered zombie brains.
SNK Playmore has released some new trailers featuring some of the fighters in the game. And conveniently enough, we have those trailers right here for your viewing pleasure.
Thankfully, SNK has done away with the annual numerical values for King of Fighter games once King of Fighters XI came around and the new tradition continues with KoF XII. A new debut trailer has hit the press waves and we have it right here for you to see.
Activision has brought back this classic shooter specifically for Xbox Live. And to celebrate the return of this game, we have a brand new trailer and screenshots for you.
It’s the mother flippin’. A new Street Fighter IV trailer has gone out to the masses and it delivers exactly as it should. That is to say it brings the new screens we’ve been seeing of the original World Warriors to glorious life.
Last month Midway announced Mortal Kombat vs. DC and the concept made a lot of gamers gripe. There was a similar reaction to the January announcement that Yoda and Vader would be playable characters in Soul Caliber IV. But why do gamers show such scorn toward these crossovers?
People tell me that complaining gets you nowhere, that I should be happy with what I’m given. Boy do those morons have egg on their face now. Amidst whining and complaining of seeing the same thing from Street Fighter IV so far, Capcom has graciously revealed new screens. And yes, I get my mother flippin’ bent over bendy punch screenshot. The world is now a happy place.
Recently, I did a piece on why the new game, Jumper, based off the movie of the same name, will almost definitely blow the big Blimpie sandwich, and I’m probably right, it most likely will. The game, like most movie tie-in games, is being rushed to make sure it comes out around the same time as the movie, meaning we can expect glitches aplenty much like other cinema friendly crap like Enter the Matrix, and the biggest mistake in gaming history, E.T. for the 2600.
Microsoft is just not going to give up on Japan, no matter how many times they’re beat down. Officials from the company have announced that the Xbox 360 Arcade will launch in Japan on March 6th, with the intention of finally getting the eastern market to take them seriously. Last year’s western release resulted in a surprisingly popular little system, even though it had no hard drive.