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Sony players will be treated to several exclusive characters when Street Fighter x Tekken launches in March. Some you know, some you may not know, and one will bring up some memories, that's for sure...
Having long ago perfected the art of making excellent games for which the term “suicide-inducingly tough” was invented, Capcom is stepping up to show its actual stance on the matter. The company's partnered with a leading UK charity to work against youth suicide...
New fighters join March's eagerly anticipated crossover game, including teases that could mean Pac-Man and Mega Man will be in at least one version of the game...
Hiding at the top of a new Street Fighter X Tekken screenshot is the revelation that the game's cast will feature M. Bison and Ling Xiaoyu. Could this really be an oversight on Capcom's part, or is the company getting sneaker than ever with its character reveals?
Capcom has released a bunch of new screens and info for next year's Street Fighter x Tekken, allowing you to take your knowledge of the game's Gem System from "woeful," through "perplexed" and into the clear skies of "tentatively cognizant" in the space of a few minutes' reading time. But players wanting a tactical advantage may find their most important gameplay decision comes at the pre-order stage...
Rayman creator Michel Ancel is flattered by labels like “The French Miyamoto,” but says that as far as he's concerned, the Mario games haven't been an influence on his signature series at all. In fact, the designer says he's not a fan of Nintendo's mascot: “I understand that people love it, but it's not my cup of tea.” Yeah, well, Shigeru Miyamoto wasn't too hot on Beyond Good & Evil either...
Here's some new screens for Silent Hill: Book of Memories. Add them to the batch we got a glimpse of earlier this month, and you get a good idea of the direction the PlayStation Vita title looks to take the series. That direction's an unexpectedly colorful one, with the game adopting a flashier look than the series' customary drab palettes. You'll still be fending off skinless monstrosities with rusty weapons, though – Silent Hill's developers may be disturbed, but they're not crazy...