Yesterday in a Reddit AMA, Col. Matrix took requests to repeat his most iconic lines of the past three decades. Among them: Predator (above), Conan the Barbarian (but not the prayer to Crom) Kindergarten Cop and, of course, The Terminator. How in the hell did nothing from Commando make it?
The influence of American action movies in Japan has been huge. Shortly after the success of all the 1980s Hollywood action flicks with dudes like Schwarzenegger, Stallone and Chuck Norris, Japanese gaming created an entire library of different action titles with one common feature: Kill everything on the screen. Oh,…
Your child, mistaken for a senator's daughter, is kidnapped by the cartels. So many great 80's action movies and video games have sprouted from similar plot lines. Rubicon's Narcoterror is at least three of them.
ArenaNet's upcoming massively-multiplayer online game Guild Wars 2 has warriors, magic-users, and rogues. What's missing? Elite military commandos. For one day and one day only, that role has been filled.
Nintendo celebrates water in all its form and splendor in Fluidity, a WiiWare platformer and the star of this week's Nintendo Download.
Capcom Arcade brings the old-school arcade experience to your iPhone or iPod Touch, right down to letting you buy tokens to play Street Fighter II, the original Ghouls ‘N Ghosts, 1942 and Commando.
Capcom will be invading the Penny Arcade Expo later this week with a chance for you to go hands-on with eight of their upcoming games.
Earlier this month we flew ourselves out to Hawaii to soak in half a week's worth of news, hands-on time with games and interview opportunities with Capcom's top developers.