A sequel to the classic beat'em up game River City Ransom will be coming to consoles this summer in Japan, and later for PC.
Warner Brothers have pulled the sheet off the Mortal Kombat Kollector's Edition, which is available now for pre-ordering. Scorpion and Sub-Zero figurine!
Yep you get a fancy figurine plus a 110+ page art book full of concepts. There's an in-game Retro Ninja Costume too for Ermac, and Xbox 360/PS3 avatar gear.
Having been sufficiently impressed with the graphic engine which has powered such games as Batman: Arkham Asylum, Mortal Kombat and Batman: Arkham City, Warner Brothers Interactive has announced that they will license the engine for all WB games through 2014.
Warner Bros Interactive Australia today announced to a nation of disappointed gamers that the appeal against the refused classification (RC) decision for the Mortal Kombat reboot has failed, and that the game is effectively banned from the country.
Scheduled for tomorrow on the PlayStation Store was the latest piece of roster DLC for Marvel vs. Capcom 3, however Capcom announce it will postpone.
At least it definitely will be in Japan after the earthquakes - it's unclear if other regions will be following suit. A new date will be announced later by Capcom.
Achievements for Xbox 360 Mortal Kombat have leaked, revealing the roster includes 'Cyber Sub-Zero' and 'Quan-Tease' as hidden fighters to be unlocked.
Each of those are worth 20 points to the Gamerscore. Another secret achievement is 'Complet-ality' where we need to "perform 1 of each type of "-ality".
The UK will play host to monthly 'Tekken Force Tournaments' announce Namco Bandai, in London's arcade packed Trocadero at the HMV Gamerbase.
These tournaments take place "the last Friday of every month" from 7pm to 11pm. It's Tekken 6 on PlayStation 3 only with prizes up for grabs each time.
The upcoming Mortal Kombat game for PS3 supports 3D and 2D simulanteous viewing as the studio didn't want to "complicate things needlessly" for fans.
The characters "appear crisp and clean" in 2D while it's the backgrounds that alter for 3D, to make the fighters appear to 'pop' out. No fatalities over 3D specs.
Warner Bros and NetherRealm Studios has just confirmed that an exclusive PS3 demo will be released for Mortal Kombat on 8th March. PlayStation Plus subscribers will have exclusive access to the demo until 15th March when it opens up to everyone.
The mighty Warner Bros. is to fight to a legal fatality the decision by the Australian Classification Review Board to slap Mortal Kombat an RC verdict.
RC stands for 'Refused Classification', meaning it gets banned in Oz. Warner feels MK's violence is "on par with numerous other titles" cleared for sale.
Predictably, the 2011 reboot of Mortal Kombat has been banned in Australia, denying adult Aussie gamers their right to the entertainment of their choice because there's no R18+ rating there.
Originally scheduled for April 18th, Mortal Kombat will now scandalously be delayed three whole days until April 21st rolls around in the United Kingdom.
While I write my MP in outrage, remember that original Mortal Kombat creator Ed Boon is working with developer NetherRealm Studios on this new effort.
Arcana Heart 3 will be making its way to European shores as a retail title for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The game will also be available as a PlayStation Network download release.
The latest issue of Famitsu reveals that Tekken Tag Tournament 2 has 'breakable' stage locations so you can boot opponents into extended areas.
To complement this your tag team buddy is waiting for them to continue the attack for huge damage. Items are in for customisation and for using as well.
Capcom has revealed the final boss of Marvel vs. Capcom 3, and it is none other than the planet devouring giant Galactus.
Capcom has unveiled a new sexy Xbox 360 Marvel Vs. Capcom 3-themed fighting pad, developed by PDP with the serious fighting game player in mind. The Marvel Edition Versus Fighting Pad will be available at retail and on PDP.com for a suggested retail price of $39.99 USD beginning February 14, 2011.
Capcom has let us know of a new feature for Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 called the 'Shadow Mode'. What it is is basically fighting famous fighting experts whose tendencies and strategies are built into the AI of various DLC packs, so you can virtually face off against the best Marvel Vs. Capcom players on Earth.
Game director Ryota Niitsuma of Marvel vs. Capcom 3 has said how the game's netcode is "the speed of light," with no problems in their multiplayer system.
Online connectivity will take "a little bit of influence" from regional infrastructure, but otherwise it's "all quite satisfactory." MvC3 has lots more info that SFIV.
Just because Capcom is developing Marvel vs. Capcom 3 it doesn't mean padding the character roster is easy because it's internal - it's a fight.
Director Ryota Niitsuma of MvC3 reveals each franchise is "heavily guarded by its individual producer." There's no rubber stamping among Capcom teams.
Producer and director Ryota Niitsuma of Marvel vs. Capcom 3 has said they've had no "budget reductions" thanks to the success of previous crossovers.
While neither Tatsunoko vs. Capcom or Marvel vs. Capcom 2 for XBLA and PSN sold in the millions, they "certainly haven't lost" any money on the brawlers.