Believe it or not, there are people that actually hate it when a company decides to make a good game available to more gamers - as Sony fan boys demonstrated when they went nuts over Devil May Cry 4 coming to 360.
The most extreme of Sony fan boys decided they were going to boycott buying the game because of Capcom's "decision to turn [its] back on [its] most faithful gaming company."
Capcom has responded to the enraged gamers, saying: "We are certainly moved that people are so passionate
All you role players and Japanophiles out there have something to get excited about this week, besides the vernal equinox. Publisher XSEED announced that they are bringing three new RPGs, released in Japan last year, to the North American market later this year. Here's the scoop on these transpacific titles:
Dungeon Maker: Hunting Ground (PSP)
Imagine a bizarre cross-breeding of Diablo and Viva Pinata, and you've got a good idea of what to expect from Dungeon Maker. As the Architect, you
In news that has sparked mini-riots and postings of "bail out!" animated gifs across the Internet, Capcom Co. Ltd. has confirmed that its gorgeous Devil May Cry sequel is leaving PS3 exclusivity behind for a multi-platform release on Xbox 360 and PC.
The fourth installment, in case you missed it, has the two main heroes Dante and Nero facing off in the city of Fortuna. Playing as Nero you can use your "Devil Bringer" ability to grapple and re-arrange enemies, and chain-up potentially endless
Digital Extremes has released even more shots of its long-in-the-making sci-fi stealth-action game Dark Sector. The new shots demonstrate the deformed main character's bladed Frisbee of death and its tricks. As you can see the weapon can absorb fire by flying through flames and also be charged with electricity by being flung into wires, which will no-doubt provide some hilarious kills when it lands on the shelves later this year.
You can read more about Dark Sector's Frisbee mischief in our
Just when you thought you had written off concepts that couldnt possibly work on the Wii, SSX Blur came along. And damn if they didnt do a decent job of translating a motion generally associated with your feet (snowboarding) to two very different hand assignments with the Nunchuk and Wii-mote.
Well get ready to yet again expand your extreme sports horizons on Nintendos lil gestural system that could, as Crave Entertainment brings Dave Mirra BMX Challenge to the Wii, coming this June for a
Wise-cracking, muscle-bound FPS star Duke Nukem is being used to help diagnose depression.
New Scientist has reported that the US National Institute of Mental Health has developed a videogame featuring scenes from Duke Nukem to test spatial memory.
Apparently, spatial memory is affected by the brain's hippocampus, with a shrunken hippocampus linked to depression.
Test cases were required to make their way to a number of locations within the "game" in an allotted amount of time. Measured
20. Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes
Silicon Knights | Konami | 2004
A slick remake of the revolutionary spy drama that's still considered by many to be the best entry in the Metal Gear saga
What made it so great?
Take the single greatest game of the PSone generation, inject a fresh graphical update and all the cool new gameplay features from its PS2 sequel, and you've got an instant classic. Developed by Canadian developer Silicon Knights and filled with new cutscenes by Japanese film
A rumor has appeared in the latest issue of EGM suggesting that Capcom will release a co-op mode for its hit zombie game (that's got nothing to do with Dawn of the Dead) Dead Rising.
The co-op mode is rumored to be released in two different forms. The first will be with a platinum edition of the Xbox 360 game and the second as a download via Xbox Live, presumably for those that already own the game and don't want a co-op mode enough to pay out for the game again.
Capcom has yet to comment on
EA has started releasing music from its past and present videogames to the iTunes Store.
Available for purchase via EA Trax, tracks from such titles as Def Jam Icon, SSX 3, Need for Speed Underground 2 and Burnout: Dominator have been unleashed - including a version of The Doors' "Riders on the Storm" that Snoop Dogg remixed exclusively for Need for Speed Underground 2. Get your gats
Introversion is developing a multiplayer version of the cult, quirky strategy game Darwinia.
Called Multiwinia and due for release in 2008, the game will combine "elements of the award-winning Darwinia, with the addition of multiplayer support which will enable both co-operative and competitive battles between massive Darwinian armies," Introversion tells us.
Multiwinia lead designer John Knottenbelt has further explained, "We've created a new formation mode which will let you organize your