Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image | January 25, 2022

Scroll to top


Posts ByAuthor: Marc Macayan | Page 6

Final Super Street Fighter 4 character revealed

March 10, 2010 | | 2 Comments

Say hello to Hellboy’s forgotten second cousin from Turkey.

The final Super Street Fighter IV character was revealed at GDC. His name is Hakan. He sports an orange body and blue hair. And according to G4TV he enjoys applying oil to his body and sliding opponents all over the place before slamming them into the ground and murderizing them.  Pretty weird

“In the history of Street Fighter, there’s always been a lot of wacky and unusual characters,” Super Street Fighter IV producer Yoshinori Ono told us. “We settled on Turkish wrestling because these guys literally douse themselves in oil, grappling with each other. It’s such a unique and relatively unknown fighting style.”

Read More

Sony to get HD Movies from all 6 Major Motion Picture Studios

March 9, 2010 | | 3 Comments

That’s right. The Playstation Store gets support from 6 Major motion picture studios. Those studios include 20th Century Fox, Walt Disney Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Universal Pictures, and Warner Bros.  All 6 major studios has signed … Read More

New Red Dead Redemption Screens

March 9, 2010 | | 3 Comments

After a hard day’s work of riding horses, chasing bandits and doing cowboy stuff, John Marston takes time to go to church (As seen in the photo above).  From taking part in an old-fashioned gun duel to investigating body parts covered in blood, Rockstar’s Red Dead Redemption shows us new screenshots to hold us off til the game releases.

Read More

God of War 3 reviews around the web

March 8, 2010 | | 12 Comments

Aaah, God of War 3. Lets just all pretend that we have no idea how awesome this game will be. So we all look around for reviews from different websites because *insert sarcasm here* we are still thinking if we should get this game next week.

Read More

BioShock 2’s Sinclair Solutions Tester Pack Available March 11

March 5, 2010 |

[tab:DLC Pack] BioShock 2’s first DLC pack will be available worldwide on March 11, 2010.

The DLC pack, called the Sinclair Solutions Tester Pack will include new character and some customization features that will allow players to develop their characters … Read More

Batman: Arkham Asylum GOTY Edition Will Not Release in North America

March 5, 2010 | | 4 Comments

Batman fans around the world rejoice! Well except for North America. Warner Brothers confirmed to Joystiq that Batman: Arkham Asylum Game of the Year Edition (now in 3D) will only be released in Europe, Asia and Australia.

Read More

Square Enix Europe announces new Lara Croft game

March 4, 2010 | | 8 Comments

Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light

Earlier this week there were some rumors that Square Enix Europe would be showing a new Lara Croft game at GDC. We can now safely say that this is confirmed since SE Europe’s Crystal Dynamics announced “Lara Croft and The Guardian of Light” – a 2010 digital download release.

“This is a really exciting project for Crystal Dynamics, we have created something completely new and very different to what people might be expecting,” he said. “Lara Croft is such an iconic character in video games, with Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light we have created what we believe is a truly original digital experience.”

Read More

Fired Infinity Ward Execs go after Activision

March 4, 2010 | | 12 Comments

Shots Fired.

A few days after Activision fired Infinity Ward Executives, Los Angeles-based legal firm, O’Melveny & Myers announced that it has filed suit against Activision on behalf of Jason West & Vince Zampella. The fired Infinity Ward execs are seeking “unpaid royalties” as well as “contractual rights to control Modern Warfare-branded games”.

Fired Infinity Ward Execs sue Activision

In a statement released by West & Zamella, they claim that they were fired weeks before they were to be paid substantial royalty payments.

“Activision has refused to honor the terms of its agreements and is intentionally flouting the fundamental public policy of this state [California] that employers must pay their employees what they have rightfully earned,” attorney Robert Schwartz said in a statement. “Instead of thanking, lauding, or just plain paying Jason and Vince for giving Activision the most successful entertainment product ever offered to the public, last month Activision hired lawyers to conduct a pretextual ‘investigation’ into unstated and unsubstantiated charges of ‘insubordination’ and ‘breach of fiduciary duty,’ which then became the grounds for their termination on Monday, March 1.”

Read More