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What's it take to make a groundbreaking 3D fighter and keep it relevant? Some of the minds behind Virtua Fighter share some stories in this new video for the XBLA/PSN rerelease of VF5...
THQ's Voltron: Defender of the Universe hits download services this week. The game should be available for $10 on PSN by the time you read this, and will reach XBLA tomorrow at 800 MSP. The title's developed by Behavior Interactive, whose previous Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime should have provided ample practice for adapting beloved 1980s properties into contemporary online co-op titles. Here's a trailer...
The next update to Sega's Virtua Fighter series has been announced. After Virtua Fighter 5 debuted in arcades in 2006, it was ported to PS3 and eventually Xbox 360 in 2007. The next update, Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown, was released in arcades last year, but the upcoming console version is aiming to dethrone its predecessor and become the ultimate iteration of VF5. Planned as a stand-alone downloadable title for PS3 and 360 hitting online marketplaces in the summer of 2012, Final Showdown will be both an expansion and an update to all the versions that came before it...
So I made a couple of jokes at the expense of the new Sonic trailer this week and I started to feel bad about it. For one, presuming the trailer’s for an actual game (rumored to be called “Sonic Generations”) then it’s a noble effort by Sega to address ridiculous fan outcry so there's no sense in stirring up the trolls.
More importantly, Sonic just so happens to star in one of the FINEST GAME CINEMAS EVER MADE! Of course I’m referring to the Sonic Adventure Intro, which I struggled to recreate using spankin' new footage from Infamous 2, L.A. Noire, Duke Nukem Forever, Red Faction: Armageddon, and tons of others. See all the trailers showcased in their entirety after the jump...
What do you get when you mix Venice, a dangerous necromancer, and a protagonist who can go to the realm of death? The answer is Venetica, a game that's been out in Europe for a while and will soon be brought over to North America...
SPOILER ALERT: Click with care. There are minor plot spoilers within
Do you wish that Vanquish was a little bit longer? Developer PlatinumGames has just released some extra footage that was removed from the final game. Check out the two deleted scenes and commentary PlatinumGames’ Kunihiko Tsuda. Just be sure to click with care, as the videos and commentary reveal some minor spoilers…
Shinji Mikami, the man who created Resident Evil, most recently wowed us with Vanquish, and is teaming up with Suda 51 to create Shadows of the Damned, says he's done directing video games after his next title...
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