Posts Tagged Tecmo Koei

Dead Or Alive Is Back On PlayStation

It’s been over a decade since Tecmo’s fast paced fighter graced a Sony home console. Dead or Alive is my second most favorite fighting game right after Tekken and as a fan of the genre DOA 4 was the only game that made me grab a 360 controller so I was pretty excited when Tecmo announced Dead or Alive 5 will be available on BOTH the PS3 and 360 in 2012.

Here’s a look at the pre-alpha version of Dead or Alive 5 revealed during last week’s Tokyo Game Show:

With Dead or Alive 5, Soul Calibur V, Street Fighter x Tekken, Virtua Fighter Final Showdown and Tekken Tag Tournament 2 arriving next year, 2012 is going to continue where 2011 left off in terms of excellent fighting games.


Official Review: Dynasty Warriors 7

Did You Know That?: Dynasty Warriors Began As A Weapon Based Fighter For The PS1 In 1997.

After feeling a bit disappointed with Dynasty Warriors 6 (released for the PS3 and Xbox 360 in 2008), I had my doubts when Tecmo Koei announced the 7th game in the series late last year. Since the second game released for the PS2, Koei had offered little incentives for fans to remain interested in the franchise, which is based on Luo Guanzhong’s famous historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms. However, as more details about the Dynasty Warriors 7 surfaced, it was clear that this would be the series’ true next gen outing.

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Warriors: Legends of Troy Review

I was lucky enough to have the chance to review Warriors: Legends of Troy for you. I’m going to lay out each aspect of the game, a conclusion, and score at the bottom, based upon my time with the title. Let us begin.

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More Dynasty Warriors 7 Screens

Just several days ago I alerted some of you that there was a new Dynasty Warriors 7 gameplay video and screenshots. Today I am here to give you some more of that screenshot goodness, hit the jump to look at several different shots from different points of the game.

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