Articles by Delriach
I'm the type of gamer that plays and appreciates all games. I'm pretty opinionated, especially when it's about factual errors. Fighting games are my passion, although I'm not a pro or anything. Oh, and you'll soon realize that I have an obsession with Chun-Li. It's probably not healthy. You might know me because of my PixelJunk Monster guides on YouTube. Yeah, I'm that guy!
Namco released tons of gameplay screenshots and artwork for Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2. The new trailer that debuted at Gamescom briefly shows us ‘Plans to eradicate the Super Saiyans’, a 30 minute anime that is included with the game.
Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom has a mystical awesomeness to it that is bound to capture your heart.
Namco reveals Tekken x Street Fighter for the first time at Gamescom (sort of).
Time Crisis: Razing Storm isn’t just an on-rails shooter. The latest screenshots gives us a glimpse at how deep the multiplayer modes might be, complete with stats and perks that are ripped straight out of Call of Duty 4.
Konami whips up an October release date for the latest entry in the Castlevania series. You’ll only have to wait a few days after the game launches in North America.
This week is pretty good. It’s almost identical to the North American update aside from the absence of the Joe Danger demo. Don’t be sad though. You only have to wait until next week to try the game out for yourself.
This week we’re treated with two demos: NHL 11 and HAWX 2. There’s only one new game and it’s a mini called Fish Tank. It’s probably as interesting as it sounds.
All the usual DLC is available, including the new Uncharted 2 multiplayer skins, the Marvel LBP costumes, and Skate 3’s create expansion. There’s also a bunch of trailers for tons of games shown at Gamescom. This includes Time Crisis: Razing Storm, Killzone 3, inFAMOUS 2, LittleBigPlanet 2, Metal Gear Solid: Rising, and so much more.
Don’t forget to check out the new Uncharted 2 Dynamic Theme. It’s pretty neat.
NetherRealm Studios has revealed two new playable characters and environments for the upcoming Mortal Kombat.
Konami is bringing the HD port of No More Heroes to PS3 owners in Europe. You might want to import this title if you’re in North America.
Capcom has released new screenshots for the upcoming sequel to Bionic Commando Rearmed. And… that’s it.
Capcom has announced two new characters for Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Please welcome Viewtiful Joe and Dormammu to the cast!
This is a good week for the PSN. There has been tons of Gamescom news, but how about stuff we can actually play right now?
Top Gun is now available and its the lone downloadable game for this week. Be sure to read our preview if you haven’t done so already.
Don’t worry though, there’s more content for everyone. There’s a demo for Joe Danger, NHL 2011, and HAWX 2. These demos should keep you occupied for awhile. Let us know what you thought of Joe Danger.
The usual DLC suspects are all present. There’s more downloadable music for Rock Band, the Rock Band Network, and Guitar Hero. Fans of Marvel will be pleased to know that there’s a new LBP costume pack featuring Magneto, Storm, The Hulk, Green Goblin, and The Punisher.
You’ll also find new DLC skins for Uncharted 2, new karts for Modnation Racers, and the create expansion for Skate 3. Enjoy!
It’s finally coming to the PS3 and with bonus content.
Expect a Joe Danger demo in today’s PlayStation Store update. Europe will have to wait until next week. That’s not all though, new features are coming soon.
Resistance 3 is real. Are you surprised?
Four player co-op in a Ratchet game? Yes, please!
THQ announced today that there will be region specific game covers for Smackdown vs Raw 2011. That’s nice, but how about fixing the problems that have plagued the series since forever?
The first ever gameplay trailer for Deus Ex: Human Revolution is more cinematic than the title would lead you to believe. It still looks great though.
Capcom’s Yoshinori Ono released nine new screenshots showing more of Street Fighter x Tekken. Ono-san also revealed the health bar for the very first time.
Square Enix has released new screenshots and a gameplay tutorial explaining how to play Mindjack, a new online shooter developed by feelplus inc.