Over the weekend, Gamespot posted a video interview (which you can view above) with a member of the development team for Capcom's upcoming Marvel vs. Capcom Origins, which collects 1995 brawler Marvel Super Heroes and its 1998 follow-up, Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes. It's worth a look, especially if you're a fan of the classic fighters.
The second developer diary for Worms Revolution moves beyond the series' history to discuss the improvements made to the battlefields of the newest installment. The game's new engine not only allows …
This Sunday night our guide coordinator will be back at it again, this time streaming Minecraft. We could've had some glorious world for you to see, or some cool game …
Van Helsing is perhaps best known for his legendary battles with the big mack daddy of all vampires, Dracula (and, well, that one Hugh Jackman movie the less said about the better). If Neocore Games' upcoming The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing is to be believed however, the famous vampire slayer's son may just be every bit the monster hunter his father was – perhaps moreso.
Sure enough, today Sega has officially announced an HD remake of the beloved Sega Saturn flying platformer. It will bring with it all the trappings one expects from an HD remake, including improved graphics (widescreen!), online leaderboards and achievements. In addition to that, you will also have the option to play the original Sega Saturn version of the game. Whether you're an old fan or someone wanting to see what all the fuss is about, you can check out NiGHTS into dreams when it comes to XBLA sometime this fall.
You can see the game in action in the announcement trailer above, and check below for a handful of screenshots.
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Remember when Marvel vs. Capcom 2 came out during the Summer of Arcade way back in 2009? It was a game we were …
How did you respond when Hershel asked about your bum leg? Did you save Shawn, Duck or leave both to be eaten? Who did you side with in a dispute between Kenny and Larry? These are just a handful of decisions players faced while playing through episode one of The Walking Dead, "A New Day." Player choice plays a big role in how the episode – and future installments – play out, story-wise. Are you at all curious to know whether most players made the same choice as you did, or if you were in the minority? Developer Telltale Games released a video that breaks all of episode one's choices by percent – check it out after the jump (WARNING: If you haven't played "A New Day" yet, be warned – the video contains major spoilers).