Capcom has announced Street Fighter V: Champion Edition, a bundle that includes almost everything released as part of both Street Fighter V and its Arcade Edition. That’s “40 characters, 34 stages and over 200 costumes”. It’s out in February 2020 for PS4 and Steam and will cost $30.
Perhaps spooked by the fact the only people who seem to care about the impending launch of their Stadia home streaming platform are those noting everything wrong with it, Google has at the 11th hour—this thing is released in two days, on November 19!—almost doubled the number of games that’ll be available when it goes…
Custom controller pioneer Rudeism is back with a very nice setup for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, which involves a lightsaber, a glove and what looks like some very gratifying force powers.
Hidden Palace and The Cutting Room Floor have, with a little help, got hold of what must be one of the most interesting unreleased video games of all time: an early preview build of Sonic 3 that’s quite different from the Genesis game that was eventually released.
Memory cards are something we don’t really need anymore. The Switch does use SD cards, but these are universal storage items that can be used on PCs, phones and other hardware. No, the days of dedicated memory card units are long gone. But back when we did use memory cards, the coolest of them all was probably the VMU…
Will I ever get a break? Just when I thought we were done with Sonic for the year, we get a NEW trailer for that Sonic The Hedgehog film. At least this time the new Sonic looks less terrifying and more loveable. So let’s give this another shot.
Star Wars has been around a long time and over the decades a lot of things have been created for the franchise. New aliens, ships, weapons, planets, etc. And at this point there are probably hundreds, maybe even thousands, of different varieties of droids that have appeared. But my favorite will always be the humble…
Last week I asked you all to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the beloved educational TV show, Sesame Street! And we celebrate the only way we know-how around these parts, which is to shove non-video game characters into video games. We truly are an odd bunch, aren’t we?
Today is the 15th anniversary of the release of Half-Life 2. A big game for sure, but it was just one of many huge and popular games that were all released in November 2004. Those weeks in late 2004 saw the release of World Of Warcraft, Half-Life 2, Metroid Prime 2, Metal Gear Solid 3 and Halo 2, just to name a few.