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Street Fighter boasts more quality concept art per release than any other gaming franchise we can think of. Each and every sequel is packed with stunning, hand-drawn works of genius, right up to and including Udon’s amazing work with HD Remix.
The Crystal Chronicles series has never quite achieved its potential. From baffling design decisions – such as the original requiring not only a GameCube but also a mess of cables and a GBA for each player – to Ring of Fates’ curious omission of online play, Square Enix have always managed to stab themselves in the foot. Until now, that is.
Since videogames are notoriously inept at rendering romance on the screen, we’re celebrating the Valentine “holiday” with these seven most embarrassing and excruciating moments. Beware - the following kisses are so bizarre, so disgusting or so damn awkward that they could literally cause you physical pain.
To clarify, this isn’t about dialog captions, which are also referred to as “subtitles.” This is about the wastes of ink which game publishers love printing after game names. Take “Halo 3: ODST,” for example. “ODST.” What is that? It’s some letters that provide no information other than, “Hey, this isn’t the original Halo 3, it’s actually something a bit different.”
TalkRadar’s 37th episode closes out a week tinged by two strange and insignificant controversies. First, baby games suddenly became relevant, after the babbling in Baby Pals was accused of harboring a hidden Islamic message. Then, (some of) the reviews for Killzone 2 hit almost a month ahead of the game’s release, prompting a cavalcade of outrage from people who felt the 9s and 10s were either too high, too low or just generally suspect
The Guinness World Records 2009 Gamer's Edition is on sale now and we've been picking out the best and worst moments for your pleasure. From the genuinely impressive to the slightly eccentric, these are our nine favourite gaming records...
Back when we were kids, before Nintendo Wiis were even imaginable, we had a game called Labyrinth. It was made of wood, and the goal was to guide a steel ball through a wooden maze, dodging holes by balancing the ball on the board with these dials on the sides. Hudson Entertainment brings the fundamentals of Labyrinth in its upcoming Wii release Marble Saga: Kororinpa.
You’re probably kicking yourself for not thinking of it first. Instead of relying on one critic’s point of view, mash them all together into one easily-understood uberscore. Rubbish games will be punished, quality will win out, and the occasional dodgy verdict will be smoothed over by the masses. That’s the theory.
All the editors at GamesRadar are huge nerds and have been since birth. For example, during the holiday break we visited our parents and dove into the closet to read our old comic books. What we found was both disappointing and exciting. Even though the ROM comics were embarrassingly made and much worse than we remember, the ads for video games inside were also much worse and poorly made than we recalled, but in a good way.
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