You know the first rule of fight club, don't you? Well, these H1Z1 players broke it a bunch. But in the process, they herded other hapless players into a tooth-and-nail brawl to the death, and I'd like to think that having a fight club at all is more important than remembering to not talk about it.
"...don't eat hamburgers you find on the ground." Wait, that's not it.
If you've ever wondered what Fight Club would have looked like to everyone else in the movie, visual effects artist Richard Trammell has you covered. He's digitally removed Brad Pitt from one of the movie's key scenes, so that we can all see how crazy Ed Norton really was.
Ok, fine. So the novel by Chuck Palahniuk came out several years before Super Smash Bros. was released in Japan. But the video game came out almost a full year before the movie did, so...Science!
Capcom has completed testing its Fight Club events in the western and northern U.S. and is ready to bring Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 to where the real fighters live - Atlanta, Georgia.
Capcom is rolling into Chicago on September 22 to let fans play the Tokyo Game Show build of Marvel vs. Capcom 3 and potentially score "something very special." Want to know where it's at?
Nights in New York City's upscale Soho neighborhood always offers something at which to Gawk.
The third installment of the Fight Club-themed Street Fighter community events went down in a semi-seedy building next to the James Lick freeway in downtown San Francisco last Friday.