Screw Wii Fit and all those other fitness training games. Why not go through what folks like Randy Couture & George St. Pierre do to get ready for the Octagon?
As noted before, Capcom is whipping up some HD remakes of old games, plus two new 3DS installments & a (possible) first person shooter to celebrate 15 years of ‘Resident Evil’.
It’s a big week as a new platform has hit the pavement, though there’s new releases for pretty much everything you can think of.
For those who missed one of handheld gaming’s finest merging of RPG and puzzles, fear not, cuz the even prettier console version is on the way!
Time once again for those who want to blast big bad bugs back into outer space… and for a relatively cheap entrance fee… to do so once again.
This fall’s FPS on the PS3 mixes the old (welcome back weapon wheel) and the new, like new ways and things to kill, i.e. the Chimeran Brawler!
Staring at your female opponent’s breasts to build up some kind of power meter for the winning shot. Or something like that.
2011 is shaping up to be a big year for post apocalyptic doomsday setting games. First, we get ‘Bulletstorm’ and in September we get RAGE. It’s from the creators of ‘Doom’ and ‘Quake’, two titles that definitely promise a bloody good time.
Time for yet another influx of new faces and the old, along with all the extras one needs to learn from the masters of Super Street Fighter 4.
Never has fighting fallen angels on the behalf of God been so super stylish. Wait till you see how Lucifer is dressed!
Time for Jack Sparrow and company to get the Lego treatment. For those who want to relive past adventures, and maybe save cash by skipping the new upcoming one.