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Gamecube Resident Evil Remake to Get an HD Remaster 0

When it comes to multiplatforms, the Gamecube was at a disadvantage vs the Playstation 2, not because it had weaker hardware (the Gamecube was more powerful than the PS2 in certain areas and vice versa), but simply because Sony had a stronger third party backing. It ended up that devs made games for the PS2(…)

Shantae: Risky’s Revenge Coming to PC 0

This coming July 15, fans of WayForward’s Shantae series of platformers will finally be able to play the latest installment in the series, even if they only have a PC to their name, as Shantae: Risky’s Revenge has been announced for the PC. The game was originally released via DsiWare followed by an iOS port.(…)

Capcom Announces Ultra Street Fighter IV Release Dates 0

Capcom has recently announced the North American release dates for both the console and PC versions of Ultra Street Fighter IV. The game can be purchased either as a Digital Upgrade, or a Full Retail or Digital Bundle. The prices and release dates are as follows:

People Behind Tekken and SoulCalibur Team Up for New Fighter 0

During Bandai Namco’s recent Global Gamer’s Day event, a new game featuring the talents of people that worked on the Tekken and Soulcalibur franchises was announced. Titled “Rise of Incarnates,” the game is a 2 on 2 arena-based fighting game using the Gundam Extreme VS engine. Rise of Incarnates will be released for the PC(…)

The PC Could Get More Final Fantasy Games in the Future 0

One key thing about the PC platform, at least as far as JRPG fans are concerned, is that it is usually left out when it comes to Final Fantasy releases. Both the MMO offerings, XI and XIV had PC ports, but the straight single player affairs – the staples of the franchise – didn’t make(…)

Final Fantasy VII International to be Released for PC in Japan

Final Fantasy VII International to be Released for PC in Japan 0

Final Fantasy VII is a bit of a hot topic, as there’s three sides that are completely at odds with each other. On one side, you have fans who are fuming mad that Square has yet to remake the classic, especially now that Final Fantasy: Advent Children has proven how kick-ass it would look using(…)

New Retro-Inspired Platformer for the Wii U and 3DS: Shovel Knight

New Retro-Inspired Platformer for the Wii U and 3DS: Shovel Knight 0

The fine folks over at Yacht Club Games are set to give new – more positive – meaning to the phrase “shovel ware,” as they are preparing to release one of the more interesting retro-inspired of the past few years, titled Shovel Knight. Shovel Knight is a 2D (pixel art-styled) platformer that mixes elements from(…)

Resident Evil: Revelations Heading to PS3, PC, Wii U, and Xbox360

Resident Evil: Revelations Heading to PS3, PC, Wii U, and Xbox360 0

Resident Evil: Revelations was originally released for the Nintendo 3DS, and proved to be one of the more well-received modern iterations of the survival horror franchise (which some fans will argue are now action-horror, due to the more action-oriented focus). The handheld game fared better than its current gen big brothers, Resident Evil 6 and(…)

Trailer: Call of Duty – Black Ops 2 is Set in the Future?

Trailer: Call of Duty – Black Ops 2 is Set in the Future? 0

People who are complaining about the overused settings in the Call of Duty franchise may finally get their wish, since the sequel to Call of Duty: Black Ops does not occur in present day middle east nor ww2-era Germany. In fact, in what seems like a surprise, the game is set both in the Cold(…)

WWDC 2011: iPhones and iPads need PCs no more

WWDC 2011: iPhones and iPads need PCs no more 0

You buy an iPhone, or worse yet, and iPad, and get all anxious to download fun apps and use Facetime and play games when… BAM! You’re reminded, by the very device you’re holding, that it’s not official yet. Instead, you have to go home, connect it to your PC, download and install the latest version(…)