Namco Bandai Editors Day kicked off with the announcement of both Soulcalibur and Tekken games for the PSP – and it was all pretty much gravy from there.
The only thing shocking about Namco Bandai announcing a partnership with the Food Network for new game, Cook or Be Cooked, is that it didn't happen sooner.
I didn't disdain of the first We Cheer because it was a cheerleading game, or even because it required so much shameless Wii-flailing. I sneered at it for being sexist.
What these Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny screens lack in size and boob, they make up for in color and Tira.
Klonoa: Door to Phantomile is a classic PlayStation adventure game remade for the Wii that's entirely true to the original in content, color and even voice actors.
There's nothing especially remarkable about a side-scrolling kung-fu fighting game – unless it's in stereoscopic 3D.
The Tekken series holds a special place in my heart for its elaborate ending sequences, its NPC-fraught arenas and the inclusion of capoeira as a martial art.