Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers

Street Fighter II returns in style and on the game starved Nintendo Switch. Not a lot to hate about this title, though the price is a bit of a concern. I’m an enormous fan of Street Fighter II. I wet my beak on fighting games with SFII when it arrived in arcades in the early 90s and remember spending an entire date (I was lame) playing it in Aladdin’s Castle in Maryland. It was fascinating, engagi...[Read More]

Phoenix Wright – Dual Destinies releases on Android Devices

No objection here. Too easy. Capcom, a leading worldwide developer and publisher of video games today announced the release of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies for Android devices. The fifth chapter in the series sees the return of courtroom hero Phoenix Wright. Set eight years since his last appearance in the courts, the first case in Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual D...[Read More]

Ghost ‘n Goblins available for iOS and Android devices

Depending on which version of this game it is, you may want to add a case to your device. Check out the official release details below. Ghost ‘n Goblins, the legendary side scrolling action platformer is now available for iOS and Android devices. The arcade classic will have a day one launch price of $.99 across both platforms. After the launch window the game will be available for $1.99 Return to...[Read More]

The Disney Afternoon Collection heading home in April via Capcom to the PS4/XB1/PC

Oh, you think kids will be happy about this? Sh*t, adults will be more thrilled because we lived these games! CLASSICS, peeps. Classics. Anyway, official details below. SAN FRANCISCO — March 15, 2017 — Capcom, a leading worldwide developer and publisher of video games, today announced The Disney Afternoon Collection, a compilation of six games that feature beloved Disney TV characters from the 80s...[Read More]

Resident Evil: Biohazard PC

Resident Evil: Biohazard is the latest installment in the mostly acclaimed horror game franchise. The series’ first few installments focused strictly on the survival horror genre. Testing players by presenting them with challenging puzzles and limited resources to keep themselves alive. A real sense of terror and uncertainty surrounded the player always as they would struggle to find a solution to...[Read More]

Resident Evil 7: Biohazard

Origins of Resident Evil can be traced to the first three entries, which were indicative of classic horror gaming conventions.  Third person orientation with a high angle, frustratingly rigid character control, limited resources, puzzles-a-plenty, and so forth.  Despite the shared similarities, the consensus critical response generally put these releases within a higher echelon.  2005 saw the rele...[Read More]

Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3

That time you wished that Capcom would go take a hard look at what made their fighting franchise great and they did — and it became great again thanks to a 2011 title. Definitely a firm reminder that sometimes things were made better in the past. Just last week I had broken out my Sega Saturn Japanese import Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter and pined for the days where more focus laid on gam...[Read More]