The lights are on
More Street Fighter...uh...goodness...headed to the big screen
Since its inception in 2005, the Sengoku Basara series has been a
massive hit in Japan. Its diverse cast, frenzied action, and colorful
take on Japanese history have spawned a wealth of sequels, anime, manga,
and even a recurring live action play. So why haven’t you heard of this
influential series until now? Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes, the next
generation entry in the series, is the first game in the franchise
hitting the U.S. market.
Okamiden sets out to be one of the best-suited games for the DS.
Last Wednesday at Captivate 2010 in Honolulu, Hawaii, Keiji Inafune,
creator of Mega Man and Capcom’s head of R&D and online business,
shared some important news about the company's ongoing philosophy.
Capcom is treating fans of side-scrolling, arm-swinging action to a
sequel to Bionic Commando Rearmed.
Here’s a new slew of screenshots, character art, and a cool new trailer
which all showcase the game’s elusive single-player story.
Containing two very different locations, we’ve got a first look at Helix
and Back to the Island maps for Lost Planet 2's first DLC.
I’ve got the details on how you’ll join SSF IV's online matches, share replays of
crazy bouts, and take part in the brand new Tournament Mode.
Learn about four of the game’s huge cast of main characters in the Captivate 2010
trailer, and check out the protagonists’ individual gameplay videos.
Check out Marvel vs. Capcom 3's first trailer and game facts.
Okamiden features the descendants of the original Okami’s cast,
resulting in the same awesome gameplay and a decidedly cuter crew.
Come along for the ride while we speculate who these mysterious silhouettes belong to.