Packed with vampires, rock and roll homages, effeminate poses, and more, you’d think the JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure manga would make for a killer video game, right? The folks behind JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle sure think so
If there’s one thing we love at Gamers Heroes, it’s beat-em-ups. After last year’s stellar Dragon’s Crown, we’ve been dying to get our hands (more like fists) on wave after wave of thugs and ne’er do wells. Leave it up to NIS America to fix this drought with Battle Princess of Arcadias
Gamers will be making a third trip to Pandora (and the moon) later this year in Borderlands: Before the Sequel. What better way to get hyped up than to see another quality Borderlands cosplay?
This movie season is paying host to adventures from Captain America, the X-Men, and even the Guardians of the Galaxy. Up next, however, is everybody’s favorite web slinger Spider-Man in The Amazing Spider-Man 2. In honor of this Friday’s release, we take a look at a Spider-Man even better than Peter Parker himself
You build and you build and you build, and then you wonder where all your time has gone. So what if you want to shake your Minecraft habit and try something new? Rather than go cold turkey with a completely different genre, why not try one of these five games to get a Minecraft-like high?
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle has a whopping 41 characters (with DLC), but only a handful of characters are unlocked from the start. Players can unlock the rest of the characters through All-Star Battle’s story mode — check out who you can unlock and when!
A sequel was to 2013’s Tomb Raider was be suspected, but recent evidence all but confirms it
The folks over at Riot Games have big plans in store for League of Legends. Not only is the Champion Braum, the Heart of the Freljord, due out next month, they also hope to give the AI a complete overhaul. While Gamers Heroes has featured League of Legends cosplays of Champions like Sivir, this week we’re taking a look at the Champion Sona
When you think of the classics, we think about games that revolutionized each genre. Metal Slug, Metal Gear Solid, even Monster Hunter — they all brought something new to the table. So hypothetically speaking, combining these classics should make an even better game, right? Not so with Tribute Games’ Mercenary Kings
Metroid fans were thrilled this past Tuesday when Nintendo announced the triumphant return of Samus Aran’s Zero Suit Samus form. Packing some new moves and a new set of heels, she is ready to come back onto the scene. In honor of this, Gamers Heroes has tracked down a real-life version of Nintendo’s intergalactic bounty hunter
Respawn Entertainment’s Titanfall is sweeping both headlines and Xbox Live right now. It may the “it” game right now, but much like the Spice Girls, Justin Bieber, and Furbies, its shelf-life looks to be much shorter than its peers. Utilizing Microsoft’s brand-spanking-new Azure cloud servers, Titanfall heavily relies on them to handle almost all processing duties for its AI
Bet you’d never say that a Dragonborn would be pretty, huh? The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is full of manly men doing manly men things, but Jessica Nigri turns the tables with the first-ever female Dovahkiin