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Posted: 04/21/11, 04:12:54 by 
"Hadoken!" That famous battle cry from Street Fighter 'representative' Ryu (Capcom prominently places him at the center of much Street Fighter media) has resonated with gamers since the early days of the Street Fighter II arcade game. Since the original Street Fighter II's arcade release in 1991, numerous sequels and spin-offs have helped cement the Street Fighter series into one of the most popular fighting game franchises of all time. It’s unusual, but the handheld market has not traditionally been the platform for major fighting games. In a way, SSF IV 3D is Capcom’s way of saying "This is how you do a handheld fighting game!" Thus, the 3DS launch lineup starts off with bang that sets a new standard for 3DS games to follow, not just for fighters but 3DS games in general... (more)
Posted: 04/13/11, 18:22:28 by 
Alright Negative World, we’ve had a few weeks since the 3DS launch to play a few games... (more)
Posted: 04/13/11, 03:57:35 by 
1) Do you like the pedometer feature of the 3DS? You earn 1 Play Coin for every 100 steps registered as you carry around your 3DS, and you can earn a maximum of 10 coins a day (after getting 1000 steps)... (more)
Posted: 03/14/11, 17:54:09 by 
There's a lot to be said about the diversity of Zelda supervillains. Do you have a favorite? I think... I choose Zant... (more)
Posted: 03/11/11, 04:32:40 by 
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (more)
Posted: 02/26/11, 05:24:44 by 
I’m sure everyone has their own favorite Kirby powers, so I thought why not post some of my favorites from the pink one’s fabled library of games. These were picked based on form, function, and personal taste... (more)
Posted: 02/21/11, 06:36:11 by 
I’m a big fan of game companies stepping outside the norm every once in a while and trying something different, even within their own established genres. The World Ends With You, which I will refer to as TWEWY from now on, is a unique action RPG game that stands out from other Square Enix games for many reasons. The game takes place in a realistic setting, in the modern-day Shibuya shopping district of Tokyo. You’re a 15 year old boy named Neku who one day wakes up in the middle of the bustling streets without a memory of how he got there. He finds himself thrust, unwillingly, into ‘The Game’ of survival, where he must complete a series of missions over the course of a week to prevent being ‘erased,’ or ceasing to exist... (more)
Posted: 02/09/11, 00:23:32 by 
I’ve always had a hard time formulating the question, but in this case I think I’m more interested in what you think is the best series, not necessarily your favorite series. (Though I would think they would be one and the same)... (more)
Posted: 01/28/11, 06:58:59 by 
Rhythm Heaven is a game that relies heavily on the player’s sense of… rhythm, of course! The basic gameplay involves tapping and sliding across the touch screen while following along with the music... (more)
Posted: 01/21/11, 04:35:46 by 
Specifically, the Rock Band/ Guitar Hero type games. These games are big sellers, which is evident from the number of sequels and add-ons that continue to become available. The market seems oversaturated and even includes band-specific games like Aerosmith and Metallica... (more)
Posted: 01/20/11, 22:53:04 by 
Obviously this post will contain MASSIVE SPOILERS if you haven't played The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker for the GameCube yet... (more)
Posted: 01/08/11, 21:32:32 by 
James Bond is the secret agent best known in the gaming world as starring in the popular first-person-shooter Goldeneye on the Nintendo 64... (more)
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