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Sex appeal is a common ingredient in videogames, but X-Blades may represent a new level in blatant eyeball-grabbing. The anime-tastic heroine, Ayumi, wears a shockingly small amount of clothing, even by gaming standards. Luckily, while she may have forgotten to bring a pair of pants on her evil demon-fighting, treasure-hunting hack 'n slash adventure, she did remember two rather badass swords... that just happen to also serve as a pair of
At first it’s hard to wrap your head around playing a licensed game and not getting to control any of its iconic characters, but X-Men Destiny tries to take its version of superhero roleplay to the next level by letting Jack Kirby and Stan Lee’s world be the framework for a brand new set of stories the player helps shape...
The Wolverine of videogames has always been a little different from the one in the comics, more so in violent approach than characterization. It's pretty standard in a Wolverine comic to see him stab someone in the head and then chop the body into bloody chunks, like a blender intended only for bad guys. Yet in games, his claws and feral sensibilities are toned down or meaningless all together.
The X-Men have a pretty great roster of characters, but Wolverine (a.k.a. Logan, a.k.a. James Howlett, a.k.a. Weapon X, a.k.a. Patch... we could go on) would win any popularity poll hands down. What's at the root of Wolvie's favored fan status? It's as simple as his characterization: he's a badass individual with unbreakable claws that can cut through anything, which are mainly used on bad guys.
We used to love dissecting dead aliens to develop new technologies in the old X-COM games. So we were excited to get a closer look at how weapon research and other fundamental features from the original series will be handled in the upcoming series reboot developed by 2K Marin. It looks like there will be a hint of BioShock-y gameplay mixed in. Find out more...
Find out why XCOM: Enemy Unknown will be more faithful to the PC classic in our first-look at Firaxis Games’ take on the sci-fi strategy series…
Developed by Firaxis Games, XCOM: Enemy Unknown is a re-imagining of the 1994 classic strategy game X-COM: UFO Defense. We go hands-on for the first time and find that there's something for everyone in this upcoming title...
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