Get a glimpse at Shredder, Bebop and the other big baddies in the cel-shaded brawler Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan. The game will also feature a semi-open world with easy movement, such as gliding, grinding and more.
The UFC returns to the video game octagon after sitting last year out. Undisputed 3 adds two new weight divisions – bantamweight and featherweight – plus Pride, beefing up the roster to 150 fighters.
Drinking and playing Street Fighter usually results in bad button-mashing. But here’s one drink guaranteed to deal a single nasty combo move, no matter how much you swig. (Today only, 9/4!)
Namco’s weapon-based fighting game returns, with new characters – including the children of old SC characters and crossovers from other games – as well as more fluid and responsive gameplay.
It looked like Anarchy Reigns was just another brawler, but it’s got a new twist. Action Triggered Events (ATEs) disrupt your fights with tidal waves, blades of death and other catastrophic calamities.
Sentinel deals out some serious robo-damage in the latest preview from Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Stick around to see Resident Evil’s Chris Redfield open fire on Darkstalkers oh-so-annoying Hsien-Ko.
Get a good look at four of the most diabolical men of the Japanese underworld in the latest sequel to this dynamic adventure/fighter as they bruise and batter opponents. The winner? Ragdoll physics.
Score a 50 hit combo for Capcom as Street Fighter’s Akuma dishes out a serious beatdown to all his Marvel foes in the latest character reveal trailer for our most eagerly-anticipated fighter.
Despite the overly simplified ragdoll style of Toribash, it’s an incredibly deep fighting game, which lets you create your own insane martial arts moves on PC, Mac or Linux. Best part, it’s free.
It’s a shame the game wasn’t released in time for the holidays, but we’ll just have to settle for the latest trailer of Marvel vs. Capcom 3, featuring all the characters that have been revealed so far.
Now that you’ve got that fancy new Kinect hooked up to your Xbox 360, it’s time to put down those silly “casual games,” and start beating the crap outta your pals, with the first controller-free fighter.
If you’re looking forward to all the action of the upcoming MvC3, then let us show you the latest challenger to enter the gaming arena: the diminutive Arthur – and his mighty sword. Huzzah!
Try saying that ten times fast, then once your done with that, check out this early teaser showing off gameplay from the sequel to the classic TTT, more than 10 years after its PS2 debut.
Super villain Super Skrull, the mysterious Trish from Devil May Cry, and returning warriors Chun-Li and Doctor Doom join the fray in Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds, due Spring 2011.