Today, leaked photos of Tekken 7: Fated Retribution, the upcoming arcade update, circulated online in South Korea as well as online in the West.
More polygonal, too.
What happens when you take music games Beatmania, Keyboard Mania, and Para Para Paradise and mix them into one game? You get the Sega music arcade game Chunithm.
Arcade racing games were the shit in the 1990s. From Virtua Racer through to Daytona, a revolution in visuals and cabinet design made them the star attractions of arcades the world over. Until, that is, they got stale.
Disney’s Tsum Tsum is a worldwide hit and one of Japan’s biggest mobile games—which is why it’s not surprising that someone at Konami decided to take a giant touch screen, turn it sideways and make Tsum Tsum into an arcade game.
For a lot of people it’s the only game they play anyway, so why not make a shrine to it?
Who do you think would win in a fight: Goku or Ryu? What about Goku versus Chun-Li? Or against Guile?
The folks over at Touch Arcade have uploaded a hands-on video of Horizon Chase. It’s being marketed as a “love letter” to the 8-bit and 16-bit racers of years past, and it drops on Thursday, August 20.
While Pokken may be a portmanteau word of “Pokémon” and “Tekken,” the actual game Pokkén Tournament is anything but a mixture of the two.
In Japan, there is an anime called Love Live! It’s about schoolgirl idols. It’s more than just popular. Way more.
You might have seen some Angry Birds arcade machines before, but they’ve just been big-screen ports of the mobile game. There’s an official Angry Birds arcade game coming, and it looks a lot more fun than the Angry Birds you’ve played and are now ignoring steadfastly.
I love the Gunslinger Stratos arcade game—it makes you feel like a dual-wielding badass. But the anime? No, I cannot say that I love the anime.
Transformers: Human Alliance was an OK arcade shooter that came out a couple of years ago. It was a pretty standard lightgun affair. This new special edition of the game, only available in Japanese arcades, is anything but standard.
With one of its major IPs drawing to a close, the master fighting game maker is looking to something new.
I wish all articles on economics had Street Fighter style GIFs.
Kazuya’s mom has got it going on, and by “it” I mean summoning tigers to beat up her husband. This is pretty much marriage in a nutshell.
Not that having a good time in a Japanese arcade is by any means difficult! Still, a group of gamers show what they can do on a Sega Maimai music game cabinet. A good time is had by all.
This past weekend in Tokyo, Square Enix did their first location test of the upcoming Dissidia: Final Fantasy arcade—and Kotaku was on hand to try it out.