@lifelower was kind enough to send us a playlist of videos of some gameplay footage from the upcoming HD port of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure played at the San Diego Comic-Con. For those who haven’t heard, the game’s based on the popular manga/anime from Japan about a man who discovers supernatural powers and must find the origin of them. Pretty normal premise for a fighting game but it gets even wackier from there. From the above video, we see characters launching cutlery at their opponent. They launch into their “Stand” ability that makes a supernatural sentient-being help you in battle. Catch more videos after the jump and see if this game really is worth the 1600 MSP come August 22.
Looks like everyone’s confirming their rumors at the San Diego Comic-Con! First, Sega with Sonic Adventure 2 and now during Capcom’s Comic-Con panel, they have confirmed that we’ll be …
We only reported on Spelunky‘s trip to certification last week but Major Nelson has updated the schedule with release dates and Spelunky is slated for next week on July …
Update: Autumn Games says that this is isn’t the correct release date and aren’t sure how official the date is. We’ll keep you up to date on its release.
We got a first hand look at Wrench from the upcoming fighter Girl Fight and now a Marketplace listing has fallen in our hands. There’s also up to 20 new screenshots of the game in action that sprawls over a series of locations with ladies in military attire, knight armor, and some of them still forgot to bring shirts to the fight. Nevertheless, check out the jump for the screenshots and Marketplace description before this gets delisted. We’re still looking at a spring release and the listing does bring a rumor of a March 19 release date but this unconfirmed at this date.
Girl Fight was only introduced a couple weeks ago but the upcoming fighting game with plenty of girls is soon around the corner. Kung Fu Factory and Microprose have revealed their first character entitled “Wrench”. While she may lack a shirt, she makes up for being a “tank” class which deals heavy amount of damage. She also graduated MIT at the age of 19, so it only makes sense a shadowy organization would kidnap her and make her fight other girls. Check out her arena after the jump.
Guilty Gear is a fighting game favourite amongst fans of the genre and it looks like our own XBLA will be getting its own version with Guilty Gear XX …