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.
The story trailer for Soul Calibur V is out, and yea it may look a bit cheesy, but c’mon, this is Soul Calibur ! What else did you expect?
Freaky-ass mutant zombies, guns galore… you know the drill. Check out the first official trailer and then start counting the days until the November 20th release date.
No, it’s not the result of a time warp, but a parody of what a trailer for the game might have looked like in the 1940s. Complete with sexual innuendo, racist undertones, and snappy jazz music.
For folks who absolutely hate goths, Lollipop Chainsaw offers up a legitimate reason: because apparently they’re the ones who will cause the zombie apocalypse.
Brush up on those assassin skills with the fifth installment of the Hitman franchise, dropping later this year. What to expect? More killing of course, and possibly a multiplayer option.
We’ll be getting some new fighters when Street Fighter X Tekken rolls out in March. Six to be exact. Check out the list of newbies that will be stepping into the ring.
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.
A nutjob dressed as a hotdog shooting at a giant ball of yarn? Is there anything else that needs to be said? Of course not, it just looks like pure madness.
“The only real question is, who will die first? You or the world?” The game explores Ryu’s descent from human to hellish warrior and drops in March.
Elder Scrolls V has it all, gorgeous graphics, compelling storyline, amazing score, the only thing it was really missing was Randy Savage. That was, until now. Dragons with the head of Macho Man may be the best thing you see today.