Let's be real: the Green Lantern project that was also supposed to be a Justice League game didn't look like it was going to set the world on fire. But it's an interesting footnote in the history of superhero games, one that would've featured some of the most popular fictional characters ever created. The newest video…
Long before the release of Injustice: Gods Among Us, there was supposed to be another fighting game that featured the members of DC Comics' premier superhero team kicking each other's butts. It got cancelled and footage was never seen. Until now.
The rumors about Amazon's entry into the game console/set-top box gained a ton of credibility this morning, as shots of a gamepad bearing the online giant's logo hit the web.
Well, this is interesting. According to a report on TechCrunch, online shopping giant Amazon has bought Double Helix Studios, the video game developer behind games like the Xbox One's Killer Instinct and the upcoming Strider.
The main reason I want to keep playing Killer Instinct is to hear the announcer go absolutely crazy when I do amazing things. The first time you hear him scream out "Combo Breakkkkerrrrr!!!!" you'll understand.
Tekken isn't the only major fighting game series with a sequel that starts off costing nothing. The Xbox One's launch day fighting game Killer Instinct will also be free. You'll get one character, Jago, to play against anyone.
Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker maker Hideo Kojima andpublisher Square Enix are working together on toys and game crossovers, like Metal Gear's cameo in Front Mission Evolved. The collaboration between the two appears to be primarily focused around... stickers.
The giant mech strategy series turns shooter this September, when Square Enix brings Front Mission Evolved to the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC (in stereoscopic 3D!!!), hoping to lure in a new legion of fans of piloting massive Wanzers.
Square Enix passed us the box art and a batch of new screens for Front Mission Evolved today, including at least one shot of a mech that seems to be joyously completing an upbeat dance routine. What won't those giant robots do?
Is DC Comics' Justice League getting a video game adaptation to go along with the possible George Miller-directed, big budget feature film? It sure looks that way.
Square Enix's attempt to shift the Front Mission series from turn-based strategy role-playing game to third-person shooter was finally playable to the public at Tokyo Game Show. That gave us a chance to see just how Front Mission has "evolved."