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In what must be the strangest turn of events for all games media, GamesRadar engaged in a futile display of shark-related coverage to coincide with the annual hysteria that surrounds The Discovery Channel's Shark Week. Turns out only SOME of you are in that oh-so-desireable crossover demographic, but those who stuck around were treated to the finest vaguely shark-related content the games press has ever (and will ever) see.
Relive the glory inside, we beg you.
In the blue corner we have The Greatest of All Time. In the red corn... screw it. We just can't bang the mega clichéd phrasing out. What we can do is tell you we'd back Chun Li's thighs of granite in any semi fair fight. That, and we can also inform you that you should vote for The Fighting Game of the Year at this month's Golden Joystick Awards. Full details inside.
In one of the largest EVO tournaments ever, yesterday's grand finals saw new champions for every game, most notably Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition, where reigning champ Daigo "The Beast" Umehara was sent to loser's bracket in spectacular fashion by Korean newcomer Poongko. Poongko's almost telepathic Seth completely dominated Daigo's Yun, dizzying him multiple times, and much to the crowd's elation, scoring an unheard of Perfect on The Beast himself. Poongko also started the match off with a bang, ripping his shirt off and chugging a Red Bull to amp the crowd up.
Publisher Midway held a gigantabulous press event at a convention center hotel outside Las Vegas this week, laying out a big chunk of its upcoming software lineup for the coming months and revealing a few games for the very first time.
We’ve got hands-on info on the big stuff: This is Vegas, TNA Impact Wrestling, Wheelman, and the 360 version of Unreal Tournament III. And if you haven’t yet seen our UK boys’ exclusive
Microsoft has revealed its “Arcade Next” XBLA event, a springtime promotion that will see the arrival of Minecraft, Fable Heroes, Trials Evolutions, and Bloodforge to its digital store starting next month...
Electronic Arts is getting into the new year spirit with up to half-off a portion of its Xbox Live inventory including Dragon Age: Origins, Dead Space 2's Severed DLC, and a slew of sporting expansions...
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