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  • Blog Post: Ultra Street Fighter IV To Allow Practice While Waiting In Lobbies And YouTube Replay Uploads

    Capcom has released a few more details on some extra features coming to Ultra Street Fighter IV outside of its fighting mechanics. In a post on the Capcom Unity blog , it is revealed that players will be able to practice their combos, etc. while waiting for new online matches to begin. Players will also... More
  • Blog Post: Super Replay T-Shirt Contest Winners – Illbleed

    Last month, we put out a call for entries for our newest Super Replay t-shirt contest. This one covers our annual New Year's Super Replay, which was the unbelievable Illbleed for Dreamcast. One of our winners can be seen above, and it's Dean Pham's awesome tribute to the hugely beneficial... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Is Replayability Important?

    Does a game need to be infinitely replayable in order to be considered good? Or is it enough to offer one worthwhile playthrough to be considered a classic? I have favorite games I will never tire of replaying, like Mega Man X. I’ve played the game so many times that battling my way to Sigma has... More
  • Blog Post: Enter Our Illbleed Super Replay T-Shirt Design Contest

    It's been tradition for quite some time that we conclude Super Replays with a t-shirt design contest, and it'll be no different for Illbleed. There was an amazing amount of ridiculous crap going on in this one, so you'll have plenty of moments to draw from. The winner will receive a prize... More
  • Blog Post: Super Replay T-Shirt Contest Winners: Trapt And Overblood

    After we wrapped up our Super Replay of Trapt, we put out a call for entries for another t-shirt design contest. Fans of Replay sent plenty of entries to us, and we wanted to showcase some of the best ones. The awesome Trapt design above is from Ian Richardson, and it's one of our winners. On this... More
  • Blog Post: Super Replay T-Shirt Design Winners: Blue Stinger

    Super Replay fans are aware of our t-shirt contest tradition, and it's time to announce the winners from the Blue Stinger installment. Our playthrough of the game wrapped up recently, and we survived plenty of weird and memorable encounters. Let's take a look at the winners for this contest WINNER... More
  • Blog Post: Here Are The Mega Man And Cyberia T-Shirt Design Contest Winners

    UPDATE : You can buy these shirts (and other Super Replay shirts) for cheap right now! Click here . Viewers of Super Replay are constantly bombarded with weird references and in-jokes, and they're also familiar with the fact that many of these eventually find their way onto t-shirts. We've been... More
  • Blog Post: Capcom Details Replay And Tournament Modes For Darkstalkers Resurrection

    Darkstalkers Resurrection is coming to Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network early next year , and Capcom has offered a few details about its new modes. Replay sharing was revealed when the game was announced, but now it has been revealed that you will be able to upload your replays to YouTube. Tournament... More
  • Blog Post: Mega Man Legends 2 Super Replay Trailer

    Game Informer joins forces with Capcom Unity for a complete look at Mega Man Legends 2. If you're worried about us meandering off track like we did in our Super Replay for Mega Man Legends , have no fear. Capcom Unity's Greg Moore is here to guide us on our expedition. He also lends a new perspective... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – Alone in the Dark: One-Eyed Jack's Revenge

    Alone in the Dark: One-Eyed Jack's Revenge is the PSone adaptation of the sequel to a genuine cult PC classic. But the only thing scary about this early survival horror title is its clunky controls and loading screens that can pop out of any corner. Join Andrew Reiner, Tim Turi, Dan Ryckert, and... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – Bubsy 3D

    When the gaming world turned its eye to 3D in the 32/64-bit era, some franchises made the leap gracefully. Mario and Link knocked the ball out of the park with their three-dimensional debuts, Super Mario 64 and Ocarina of Time. Bubsy did not make that same leap. While he was certainly no Mario or Link... More
  • Blog Post: UPDATE: Galerians Super Replay T-Shirt Design Contest

    UPDATE: We have a winner! With apologies for the delay -- blame the manic holiday timing of when we wrapped up Galerians or just blame me -- I present to you our winning entry from Walter V. Thanks to the community for the many awesome Galerians-inspired works we received! ORIGINAL POST: Maybe you took... More
  • Blog Post: Winner Of Our Zelda Super Replay Design Contest Selected!

    After ten grueling episodes, we finally wrapped up our Super Replay of The Legend of Zelda. With Ganon defeated, and the Replay crew stuffed with pizza, it's time to have our t-shirts made. We did this contest with our last Super Replay, and the entries we received for the Tail of the Sun shirts... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – Halo: Combat Evolved

    This week we're playing Halo: Combat Evolved, the Xbox launch title that changed everything we know about life and planet Earth forever. That may be a bit of an exaggeration, but the original Halo did work wonders for the console first-person shooter scene. We check out the single player, shoot each... More
  • Blog Post: Check Out The Awesome Fan-Made Tail Of The Sun Cake

    If you've been following our ridiculous Tail of the Sun Super Replay , you know it's been a dramatic, event-filled ride thus far (including one unmentionable act from the dastardly Joe Juba in episode 5). It seems that the Mackin family of Maple Grove, Minnesota are big fans of the saga, as they... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – Duke Nukem 3D (Guest: Randy Pitchford)

    Randy Pitchford did what many thought to be impossible by making a Duke Nukem Forever release a reality, but his history with the series goes back much further than 2011. Before Borderlands, before Brothers in Arms, and before Gearbox even existed, he put in time at 3D Realms working on Duke Nukem 3D... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – Quackshot

    The Sega Genesis really hit full stride in the 90s with a handful of amazing Disney games. Among all those amazing Mickey games and excellent licensed Aladdin and Lion King games, there was the stellar adventure of Donald Duck doing his best Indiana Jones impression. Join three of the biggest (read:... More
  • Blog Post: Vote For A Future Super Replay! [Closed]

    UPDATE: The voting period for this poll has ended. Thanks for participating! ORIGINAL STORY: Last December the Game Informer staff embarked on a harrowing trek through PSone Overblood, and we haven't been the same since. We all recently developed the sadomasochistic urge to please Super Replay fans... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – Ape Escape

    Long ago, in a time before every game was developed with dual analog sticks in mind, there was Ape Escape. This innovative game tasked players with capturing a tremendous amount of escaped, mischief-making monkeys, using one analog stick to control the hero and the other to swing an ape net. This old... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – NARC

    I'm not much of a political man, but I think the greatest thing to come out of Ronald Reagan's presidency has to be his "Just Say No" anti-drug campaign. I doubt it was very effective, but all I care about is the fact that it helped spawn NARC. If you haven't played it, NARC is... More
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