Article Archive for March 2010
When Square Enix and RPG’s are mentioned in the same breath, a multitude of franchises spring to mind.
So when they mentioned earlier this week that a Japanese PSN release was planned for an Action RPG, our speculation meter went into meltdown.
Well the wait is over, the game has been announced – but it’s not what you think.
This game has received little attention by us compared to many other titles overs the last few months, but don’t rule it out just yet.
A new developer video has been released for the game, with Imre Jele, the project director for Volatile Games, giving us insight of the title.
Square Enix has just released the first gameplay video of Final Fantasy XIV in action.
Dante’s Inferno is getting an online co-op expansion pack on April 29th and EA has finally announced the price. Considering the content, it’s actually not so bad.
Back in the early 90’s Final Fight was the game to play at the arcades. This classic beat ’em up allowed for you and a friend to pummel waves of thugs. What wasn’t there to like? The concept was simple and it was really fun.
Capcom is re-releasing the original Arcade version of Final Fight on April 15th for the PlayStation Network. Final Fight: Double Impact will also feature Magic Sword, another classic sidescrolling arcade game.
There’s a little over two weeks left until Double Impact hits the PSN and we were given the opportunity to get our hands on the game and provide some details and impressions.
Sly Cooper was one of the three popular platforming franchises on the PS2, the other two being Ratchet and Clank, and Jak and Daxter.
The Developers, like the other two, have gone on to bigger and better things on the PS3, but can we expect anything for the future?
The season of secrets and mysteries has begun – with a very excitable THQ trying to get us hyped up about an upcoming fighting game.
Can we just have a little hint? Please!
Capcom has released yet another trailer for Super Street Fighter IV.
Square Enix likes to torture its fans with vague tweets.
The debut trailer for Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions has been released. Could this be the Spider-Man game that fans have been waiting for?
A brand new feature has been announced for the 2010 FIFA World Cup game that releases next month.
The free addition called The Coca-Cola Zero Story of the Finals will enable players to relive moments from the real World Cup in the game soon after they happen.
The fans have spoken and Capcom have listened. Say hello to the final box art for Super Street Fighter IV.
TikGames and Creat Studios have time and time again come out with great content for the PSN Store, the most recent being Hamsterball and Wakeboarding HD. To reward the teams for their efforts, Sony have decided to give them their own personal space on the PSN.
Much like Capcom, this space will feature all their downloadable games, videos, wallpapers, and other goodies together in one place for any of your shopping needs. Seeing as the consumers are partially responsible for making TikGames and Creat Studios as popular as they are, they have decided to reward us gamers with a 50% off sale!
Final Fantasy XIII has received stinging criticism from certain quarters, leading some to believe that the world has moved on from its fixation with the legendary Japanese RPG series. This death knell, however, may have been sounded prematurely given the excellent sales figures for the latest instalment.
After Burner Climax has been priced and dated.
It has been announced via Twitter that the PlayStation focused interactive show – FirstPlay – is set to hit UK shores from April 8th onwards.
So what can we expect?
A new trailer for Lost Planet 2 has been released showcasing the multiplayer mode.
The Super Street Fighter IV developer blog has updated. This week we get to learn about the changes made to Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li, E.Honda, Blanka, and Zangief.
More bad news today as Square Enix confirms that job losses will be hitting IO Interactive – the studio behind the Hitman games.
Is IO Interactive in financial difficulty?