Fans of both Street Fighter and Tekken were initially hyped about the meeting of the two forces in Street Fighter X Tekken, but sadly Capcom has brought nothing new to the party.
Time to dust off that 3DS for a Nintendo flashback. And if you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to kill that punk Leon S. Kennedy, now’s your chance. Plus, some ninja action to round out this week’s new releases.
From the 8-bit Atari, up through the modern day with Mass Effect 3, these are the seven most noteworthy examples of getting down and dirty in gaming.
It’s a very big week for PS3 owners! Also, a potential candidate for game of the year emerges and Silent Hill brings the creep factor.
It might be a light week, but with the conclusion of a space odyssey and two very different groups of classic fighters going toe-to-toe, it definitely packs a punch.
What Asura’s Wrath lacks in in tight controls, it makes up for with some serious action that’s sure to provide a few solid hours of fun.
We’ve got a fresh crop of new games for you this week. Everything from winter action sports and demon hiring, to a little robot hunting just to keep things interesting.
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.
After a slow couple of weeks, it’s time for two heavy hitting sequels and a potential sleeper hit to shake things up.
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.