With a new Super Mario Bros. title to tide fans over, and plenty of third-party software, this year's Wii offering includes an eclectic mix of games. But which to buy?
When we last left our intrepid half-human heroes, armless guy and ninja girl were hang gliding, Kinetic was missing, and Jackal was nowhere to be found. The Spyborgs action continues in webisode 2!
There's a lot to like in these two short clips, but what stands out for me is just how much shooting is going on. Good thing Capcom made the call to reboot this game. It looks like it may be worth a check out.
Capcom's cyborg secret agent game is now hitting stores a week earlier than anticipated, and the company celebrates with the release of the first cheese-flavored animated webisode for Spyborgs.
We are a week away from Electronic Arts and Sony Computer Entertainment's press conferences unofficially kicking off the massive Gamecom convention in Cologne and I'm downright giddy.
Spyborgs, Capcom's remastered old-school brawler for the Wii, is promising old school brawler bona fides in the form of combo bonuses - going up to 100-plus hit combos for those talented enough.
Capcom will have Spyborgs on hand during this week's San Diego Comic-Con for attendees to play. Better still, those who take the time to go hands-on with the title walk away with a free comic.
Capcom just announced a drop date in North America for Spyborgs, its Wii-exclusive co-op brawler, and it is Sept. 29. It'll set you back $49.99, of course.
Capcom's Spyborgs producer sees something else his team could do to their game to possibly support Wii MotionPlus, something no other developer has pondered publicly yet.
As promising as Capcom's upcoming Wii game Spyborgs is, it runs the risk of suffering the fate of the company's last Wii original. But Capcom thinks it figured out what went wrong last time.
Spyborgs could become the year's Cinderella story for the Wii: A game of confused design and cluttered play completely revamped to become a sizzling Wii brawler.
There were a lot of comments yesterday when we posted the story and screens about Spyborgs, about how good the game looks.
Spyborgs is not: Game Party 82; Bad port, "now with waggle"; Sports Minigames 15; Saturday morning license – Sign displayed prominently inside Spyborgs' presentation room.
Capcom unveiled Spyborgs earlier this year. It was met with near-universal "uh, nothankyou". So, rather than soldier on, Capcom have taken your advice to heart, and will be almost entirely remaking the title.
The only title to be officially announced at Captivate 08 was Bionic Games' Spyborgs, a Wii exclusive action game touted as resembling a Saturday morning cartoon, complete with mini-games as commercial breaks. Spyborgs may be more Adult Swim than it is Saturday morning fodder, despite having a clean and unoffensive…