Lollipop Chainsaw doesn’t even come out for another two months, and already it’s looking to become one of the most popular cosplay choices. Check out the best chainsaw slinging Juliets so far.
The little yellow ghost hunting dot that kicked off the arcade craze of the 1980s (and video games in general) gets his just due.
We never would have guessed how active game characters were Facebook. Goro looking ripped, Mario hitting the bar scene, ya know, the usual stuff. Unfortunately, it’s just clever Photoshopping, so don’t bother trying to befriend Star Fox. Find more at geekologie.com
Zombies on a boat? Fat dudes running around calling themselves Batman? And an arcade classic finally comes home after 20 years? Yes, on all three counts.
Many publishers, they’re not doing so hot these days. And also, the triumphant return of… Dance Dance Revolution?
After a slow couple of weeks, it’s time for two heavy hitting sequels and a potential sleeper hit to shake things up.
The Wii U, coming to 2012! Steam on an iPhone! Indie Games: The Movie: The Show! And so much more.
There may not be any notable releases this week, but that’s more the reason to revisit some gems from last year that you might have missed. Trust us, these deserve a second look.
Other than helping to upturn a piece of legislature that threatened to piss all over the first amendment, it’s been a slow week for video game news. Oh, besides a little zombie outbreak happening in November.
Sometimes that which is old is new again couldn’t ring more true for this week’s crop of games. Especially when the price is just right.
Once again all the gaming news that’s fit to repost! Including CES highlight, a reason to go Taco Bell, and a party on the way for Street Fighter and Mega Man X fans.