This week Capcom unleashes Darkstalkers Resurrection on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, bringing fans of the monster-fueled fighting game series both Night Warriors: Darkstalkers' Revenge and Darkstalkers 3, updated with online multiplayer, YouTube replay sharing, and a bevy of options to enhance your viewing…
Probably every animal species you can think of is playable or can be found in some form in video games, but today we decided to find those games where you can play as a cat. Any cat. Domestic cats or any one of the wild cats: tigers, lions, cheetahs, all included.
Morrigan Aensland from Capcom's Darkstalkers is one of the most widely depicted characters in video games. Her distinctive features have spawned dozens of statues, hundreds of cosplays and thousands of pieces of fan art. Of her myriad appearances, this statue from E2046's Gathering line might just be my favorite.
ttp://youtube.com/Hfq9cmEs6PQ&hd=1 Good news, everyone! Darkstalkers is being re-released!
The hair. The tights. The wings—especially ones coming out of her noggin. Since debuting in 1994 Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors, Morrigan Aensland has become one of gaming's most iconic characters.
If something exists, then, yes, there is a dirty movie of it. Video games and anime exist, so, yes, there are dirty movies of them. Japan just seems to have more of them.
According to a report on VentureBeat, Capcom is currently developing a new entry in the Darkstalkers series of fighting games.
Brazilian artist Will Murai has worked extensively in the video games, comics and advertising industries. But that's not why we're here today. We're talking about Will because of his amazing fan art.
With the resurgence of Street Fighter and the Marvel vs. Capcom series well under way, there's one franchise in Capcom's stable of fighting games that enthusiasts have been clamoring for the last few years. Ported to the PlayStation in 1996, Darkstalkers sported gorgeous 16-bit art and several innovations that won it…
If you've given up waiting for Capcom to announce a new entry in the Darkstalkers series, take solace in the fact one of the originals is primed for a re-release over the PlayStation Network.
British artist Andrew "Bones" Jones is a man after my own heart. In his works paying tribute to the video games of yesteryear, you won't find much Mario or Mega Man. You'll find Wing Commander, Zombies Ate My Neighbours and old Amiga games.
Indonesian artist Admira Wijaya pays tribute to one of the most popular ladies on the fighting game circuit, Darkstalkers' Morrigan, in this great piece of fan art.
Damn, they're cute. Not the girl—her ears. She is a catgirl—a female with cat ears. To underscore their feline traits, some have cat teeth,and even cat eyes. In Japan, the cat ears are called "nekomimi", and they're more than a simple personification of cats.
Toy company SOTA will be taking quite the exclusive to the San Diego Comic-Con later this month: this statue based on fighting game series Darkstalkers, showing Morrigan and Lilith in what they call a "loose embrace".
Stanley Lau has been asked by Capcom to provide the official artwork for the upcoming Street Fighter III 3rd Strike Online Edition. Being both an accomplished comic artist and a Street Fighter nerd, his work does not disappoint.
Out of all of Capcom's fan service characters, Morrigan Aensland from Darkstalkers is one of the most fan servicey. So is this cosplay.
Darkstalker's Morrigan goes all classic 1940's pin-up in this amazing piece by Kazeki.
You may not know his name, but if you like Japanese games with mechas, fighters or idols, you probably know his voice.
We've got less than 20 days before the release of Marvel Vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds and Capcom is still rolling out the new playable characters. Here comes the purplish pairing of Marvel's Sentinel and Darkstalkers' Hsien-Ko.
What is this, a high fashion editorial? An ad trying to sell me an expensive bottle of cologne? Nope. It's some exquisite cosplay featuring Morrigan, star of Capcom's fighting game series Darkstalkers.