Look out, bastiches - the Main Man is gonna be the first downloadable character for Injustice: Gods Among Us.
The battle lines are drawn in the launch trailer for Netherrealms' dark take on the DC Universe in Injustice: Gods Among Us.
It seems Capcom are drawing a close to their run of HD updates to brawlers as sales are slowing down, reveals Capcom's SVP Christian Svensson. They won't be giving all their fighting titles a HD makeover.
Svensson outlines a lot of the hurdles they must clear in order to get "PS1, PS2 and PSP ISOs on PSN." It's not pretty. In truth they've "probably run the course of feasible titles" getting onto PSN.
Deep Silver brand manager Rupert Ochsner has announced that side-scrolling beat'em up Sacred Citadel will be landing on PlayStation Network on the 16th April 2013. The game will cost $14.99 USD.
Warner Bros. Interactive has announced that the demo for their dark DC Comics-licensed fighting game Injustice: Gods Among Us will be landing on the 2nd April on PlayStation Network in North America and the 3rd April on Xbox Live Marketplace and Euro PSN.
Cel-shaded anime fghting game Skullgirls continues to score well on IndieGoGo as the crowd fundraising has reached over $745,000. This has allowed the developer Lab Zero Games to release a fourth new character.
Cel-shaded anime fighting game Skullgirls continues to make an incredible funding drive through IndieGoGo, having raised $600K to bring new downloadable content to it. With two fighters set, voting is coming to decide a third character.
PQube has announced that the bizarre fighting game version of the popular high school roleplaying game, Persona 4 Arena, will finally be released in Europe on the 10th May 2013 for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. The game had been launched in North America back in August 2012.
Some of the special moves by the heroes in Injustice: Gods Among Us have been wildly over-the-top, but Superman's killer Doomsday takes the cake as he literally pounds Shazam into the center of the Earth - and back again.
The Achievement list for Netherrealms' upcoming dark DC Comics fighting game Injustice: Gods Among Us has been revealed.
Last week were the first two fights
in the March Madness-styled bouts in Injustice: Gods Among Men
where Batman defeated Bane and Wonder Woman took out Harley Quinn.
Warner Bros. Interactive has confirmed that the King of the Seven Seas, Aquaman, has been added to the roster of playable characters in Netherrealms' brutal take on the DC Universe, Injustice: Gods Among Us.
Capcom has dated Darkstalkers Resurrection for a mid-March release on both PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade. It was due to launch February 7th but, well, best laid plans and all that.
March 14th was the delayed date, but now it will be March 12th for PSN and 13th for XBLA. This pushback was to ensure online play worked smoothly, and that it has faithful reproductions.
Australian gamers will finally get to play Mortal Kombat as the Komplete Edition received a not-unexpected R18+ mature rating from the ratings board.
Netherrealms has started a March Madness-style tournament bracket with fights between playable characters in Injustice: Gods Among Us, with the outcomes based on a fan vote.
Sony has cut ties with PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale developer SuperBot Entertainment, and will be handing off downloadable content development to one of its internal studios.
UK gamers will be getting a Special Edition version of the Netherrealms fighting game Injustice: Gods Among Us, and it will include free DLC based on the classic Red Son Superman Elseworlds story which pondered, "What if Superman's rocket landed in the USSR instead of the US?"
Netherrealms has released a new story trailer for their upcoming DC Universe fighting game Injustice: Gods Among Us, explaining just how it happened that Superman and Wonder Woman became violent disciplinarians while former enemies work together and former friends fight each other.
Wreckateer developer Iron Galaxy Studios has announced that it's teaming up with One True Game Studios to release the fighting game parody Divekick this coming Spring 2013 for PC and PlayStation 3.
Ubisoft has announced that their free-to-play Starz-licensed beat'em up Spartacus Legends has been awarded the second R18+ rating in Australia.