Street Fighter X Tekken v2013 Review

Street Fighter X Tekken v2013 Review

Much to Capcom’s disappointment, Street Fighter X Tekken did not set the fighting game community ablaze. Not only was it dropped from EVO within a year of its release, the online mode quickly withered away like a grape in the sun. However, the development team has listened to fan’s feedback, and has recently released a free update via the v2013 update for PC, PS3, and 360. Is this patch a lifesaver, or is it DOA?

Cosplay Wednesday – Final Fantasy XIII’s Lightning

Cosplay Wednesday – Final Fantasy XIII’s Lightning

Even though Final Fantasy XIII is almost up to its third entry, its cast and crew have been on the gaming scene since the original trailer hit the scene so many years ago. In honor of the upcoming Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, we take a look at two of the finest Lightning cosplays to grace Cocoon

Skulls of the Shogun Review

Skulls of the Shogun Review

East meets west and old school meets new in 17 Bit’s Skulls of the Shogun, a strategy game that channels the spirit of a bygone era in more ways than one. Can this rookie warrior dish out the damage, or has this battle already been lost?

Cosplay Wednesday: Hitman: Absolution’s Saint

Cosplay Wednesday: Hitman: Absolution’s Saint

Agent 47’s recent outing in Hitman: Absolution pitted him against such dangers as intelligent soldiers, larger-than-life body guards, and other dangers. Perhaps his biggest adversaries in the game, however, were the “gun-toting, PVC and latex-clad nuns” that impeded his process

10 Things About SWERY65: An Interview With Deadly Premonition’s SWERY

10 Things About SWERY65: An Interview With Deadly Premonition’s SWERY

Deadly Premonition is not your typical survival horror game. Food-crazed FBI agents, wheelchair-bound citizens in gas masks, delectable Sinner’s Sandwiches — it’s no surprise that this 2010 Xbox 360 title has amassed itself a legion of fans and developed a cult following

The Cave Review

The Cave Review

Platformers are a dying breed in the video game world. So are puzzle games. So when a platform-puzzler like Double Fine’s and Sega’s The Cave comes along, it’s like finding a dodo bird at the end of a double rainbow. However, just because this hybrid is a rarity, is it also worth spelunking for?

Lego Lord of the Rings Review

Lego Lord of the Rings Review

The recent film adaptation of The Hobbit had a noticeable change of tone than the original The Lord of the Rings trilogy. Cheeky one-liners, jokes about bodily fluids, and other off-kilter touches made it feel more like a movie for children than adults

Anarchy Reigns Review: A Colorful Battle

Anarchy Reigns Review: A Colorful Battle

Who doesn’t want to do something awesome and look cool while doing it? Unfortunately, many titles these days settle for worlds of chest-high walls and super serious gameplay. PlatinumGames, a company known for the extraordinary, is teaming up with Sega to add some color to a post-apocalyptic world with Anarchy Reigns, a free-for-all brawler consisting of cybernetic ninjas, fabulous pimps, and a muscle-bound man with a chainsaw

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale Review

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale Review

Fighting games usually come in one of two flavors: tournament-ready ordeals designed for the hardest of the hardcore, and casual affairs made for the everyday gamer. Pleasing both crowds with one title is no small feat, but that not stopped SuperBot Entertainment and Sony Computer Entertainment’s Santa Monica Studio from trying with their crossover fighter PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale

Street Fighter x Mega Man Review

Street Fighter x Mega Man Review

Street Fighter X Mega Man might not be the comeback fans were looking for, but it beats some of the blue bomber’s more…embarrassing entries by a mile. Here’s to another 25 years and another 100 entries in the series. A crossover retro-revival that tries to combine two worlds…with mixed results