Capcom has begun releasing a number of videos detailing the various changes coming to the original roster in Ultra Street Fighter 4. Here, we'll be looking at the black hearted and dark hadou consumed Evil Ryu.
Not long after a patch hit the PC and Xbox One versions of Respawn's debut title, the Xbox 360 version of Titanfall has followed in the platforms' footsteps, as the second update for the game is now live.
As was expected, that alleged "leaked" memo for Fallout 4 has been confirmed to be a fake, as the author behind it has finally come forward to take credit for his work.
If you haven't already heard, Titanfall's first DLC, Expedition, is already out for both the PC and Xbox 360, and a new TV spot shows that developer Respawn Entertainment wants to make sure you're well aware of it.
Of the countless Flappy Bird clone developers in the mobile world who've tried to capitalize on the game's success and fill the void left by the app's removal, yet one more studio has stepped into the ring, and it's a name you might recognize.
There's a barrage of new information on the game taking The Legend of Zelda into a brave new world, Hyrule Warriors, thanks to a massive blowout of the latest issue of Famitsu magazine - story, characters good and bad, weapons, and a whole lot more. Read up on all the details below.
Without a doubt, the big news about Ultra Street Fighter IV is the addition of five characters, four of which we've seen before. But that doesn't mean that we'll get the same old versions of the remaining thirty something characters. Capcom has begun releasing a number of videos detailing the various changes coming to the original roster. Here, we'll be looking at Ryu and Ken’s master, Gouken.
GameStop has announced its own set of bonuses for customers who pre-order Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare on any platform.
One thing that Microsoft's Xbox One has been able to boast over Sony's PlayStation 4 is the console's ability to "snap," or transition back and forth with ease between listening to music, playing a game, watching television, or doing some of those activities on the same time. Because people like to party. Now, a new app is bringing the PlayStation to the Xbox One's level.
We've seen a lot of EA Sports UFC, with looks at each fighter of the 30 plus roster, the hard hitting physics, and a few jaw shattering haymakers, but only in quick video clips and screenshots. One thing we haven't seen? A complete round. Will a whole five minutes look as good as the succinct cinematics? Find out for yourself, as developer EA has provided a new clip of just such an event.
Despite being out for nearly a year before the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, the Wii U's sales surely don't reflect Nintendo's lengthy head start. For as long as the console as been struggling, Nintendo has been trying to come up wit ha strategy for success, and they may have found it with classic properties, especially with the upcoming Mario Kart 8.
Late last week, developer Respawn inexplicably decided to remove two game modes from the PC version of Titanfall: the stalk happy Pilot Hunter, and ever classic multiplayer mode of Capture the Flag. The decision caused something of a controversy, and now the team has come forward to explain their actions.
At long last, we finally have some gameplay footage for the closer to developer Rocksteady's bat-trilogy, Batman: Arkham Knight, and it looks phenomenal. Apart from just looking great, the footage also tosses together just about every feature of the game that the developer has shown off so far, from characters to the capabilities of the batmobile, and everything in between.
Without a doubt, the big news about Ultra Street Fighter IV is the addition of five characters, four of which we've seen before. But that doesn't mean that we'll get the same old versions of the remaining thirty something characters. Capcom has begun releasing a number of videos detailing the various changes coming to the original roster. Here, we'll be looking at the wandering warrior himself, Ryu.
A questionable memo from an even more questionable source has raised suspicions about developer Bethesda's plans, or apparent lack thereof, for this year's E3 concerning one of its biggest properties, Fallout. It's in keeping with a lot of what we've been hearing recently from Bethesda VP and head of PR Pete Hines, but there's reasons aplenty to doubt this "memo."