Marvel vs Capcom Ultimate has a brand new trailer, finally revealing the reason why Marvel’s superheroes and Capcom’s stable of video game characters will do battle once again. This time, it involves Ultron, long-time Mega Man X foe Commander Sigma, a sinister deal, Infinity Stone nonsense, and it’s all just…
It’s been a long time since Capcom’s beloved video game character headlined a video game. While there’s still no sign of a new game on the horizon, we now know where the in-development Mega Man cartoon will be airing.
Over the weekend, Capcom and Marvel finally announced the next entry in the legendary Marvel vs. Capcom fighting game series: Infinite. We only know a few of the superheroes that will be playable in next year’s brawler, but here’s a few more from the comics and movies we’d love to see show up on the Marvel side of the…
Back in July of last year Capcom teased a truly magnificent wearable Mega Man helmet replica. And while it made appearances at Comic-Con and other geeky events since then, ThinkGeek has finally added the prop to its online store so you can finally do Mega Man cosplay right.
The next time a pillow fight breaks out at a sleepover, don’t bother reaching for a heavy feather-filled cushion. No, if you truly want to dominate the battle, make sure you have this Street Fighter Ryu Hadoken Fire Ball cushion in your stuffed arsenal.
At Tokyo Game Show, Microsoft demoed five new titles for Xbox 360's Kinect. If anyone's been on the fence about buying into the whole "interpretative dance-gaming thing", they might just change their minds after hearing of some of these.
Fighting games have always been awkward—and a little sad—as portable experiences, like Rottweilers stuffed in sweaters. Touchscreen controls, you'd think, would be adding a bowtie. But Street Fighter IV iPhone is a poodle in a cardigan. It fits.
Street Fighter IV is almost here for the iPhone, and Capcom is tantalizingly drip-feeding us with details about the coolest thumb-masher to hit the App Store. It'll cost a rather large $9.99, and will have eight playable characters, including Ryu.
At first glance, Street Fighter IV on the iPhone—coming this March—looks absolutely gorgeous. But it's most likely what you don't see that's really the problem.
If you were put off by the stigma associated with the Snuggie, try one saturated with Street Fighter IV imagery. And it's actually being sold, somewhere, for $20.
While this port was previously released in Japan for other cellphone platforms, the gameplay clip reveals a pretty fluid experience with notable graphics. We're just not so sure about those controls. Seriously, when are we going to get the bulky iPhone Gamecube controller adapter that fans have been clamoring for?…
Just when you thought nothing could happen in the console gaming world beyond Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft, here comes the cheap and cheerful Zeebo and launches in Brazil with actual titles from some big labels:
I can't promise that these low prices will stay, but right now, there are a small handful of custom Street Fighter IV cabinets (
filled with genuine SFIV boards) available on eBay, starting at $650. UPDATE