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  • Blog Post: Video Games Live To Stream Concert On Twitch Tonight

    Tommy Tallarico and Jack Wall's Video Games Live has been bringing compelling video game music to arenas and concert halls around the country since 2005. Until now, seeing a live performance meant being in the right city at the right time (with a ticket in hand, of course). Recorded performances... More
  • Blog Post: European Wii U Virtual Console Video Teases Upcoming Releases

    A trailer released on Nintendo's European YouTube channel is teasing a number of upcoming Wii U Virtual Console releases, including A Link to the Past, Street Fighter, and others. You can check out the full trailer below, but it looks like The Legend of Zelda: Link to the Past, Pac-Man, Street Fighter... More
  • Blog Post: Evil Ryu's Life-Size Bust Costs $499

    Pop Culture Shock is opening up pre-orders for its polystone busts of Ryu and Evil Ryu on February 18. The Evil Ryu bust stands in at 24" and features LED-illuminated eyes and a fabric headband and gi. The Ryu bust turns up the creep-factor to 11 with positionable acrylic eyes that will likely follow... More
  • Blog Post: Super Street Fighter II With Online Play Coming To Virtual Console

    It's been a constant complain amongst some Wii users that Virtual Console titles tend to be straight ports without any work done to fix bugs or provide changes that would make sense for a modern audience. It may be late in the Wii's life cycle, but Capcom is looking to change this trend finally... More
  • Blog Post: You Can Download Capcom Arcade For iPhone Now

    Have your little thumbs been aching for some old school arcade goodness? Well the new Capcom Arcade app is available for iPhone now, and you can pick it up for free. If you download the app you'll have access to classics like Street Fighter II, Ghouls 'N Ghosts, Commando, and 1942. Each game... More
  • Blog Post: LittleBigPlanet 2 Beta Videos Showcase Awesome Gaming Remakes

    Fans of the first LittleBigPlanet quickly fell in love with the creativity of its community. They've created over two million levels ever since its release in 2008, and many of those were homages to classic video games. With the vast number of new tools introduced in LBP2, things are about to get... More
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