Street Fighter V was released in February 2016 for the PlayStation 4 and Windows PC from Capcom.
Street Fighter V releases February 16, 2016 from Capcom for the PlayStation 4 and Windows PC.
New characters will be added to Mortal Kombat X in 2016 from the Kombat Pack 2 like Xenomorph from Alien, Leatherface, Triborg and Bo’ Rai Cho.
If you love Dragon Ball you'll likely have some fun with the game, but whether or not that fun is worth $60 is up to you. I would be waiting for a price drop on this one.
There are now only two words in fighting games. They aren't Street Fighter. Nor are they Mortal Kombat. No, the only two words you need are Dive and Kick. Divekick distills the fighting game genre down to a base element: the diving kick. Simultaneously parody and nuanced skill based fighter. Iron Galaxy has crafted some [...]
Project X Zone is a weird game. I guess you could say this about a lot of Japanese games if you are looking from a Western perspective. This isn't to say the game is bad, quite the contrary, but the entire game as a whole is something I’m not sure you’d see from any Western [...]
Guilty Gear hasn't seen a new release in a fairly long time, with rabid fans being forced to feed on other titles like Blazblue while they waited. Now with a port of the last game in the series to a more recent console there's hope. As a fighter, GG is a fairly hard to pick [...]
It's not unheard of for a game to only be released in Japan, but it is unusual when it's spin-off manages to land stateside. That's the case for Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds. While the main game of the series is a fighter, this one is a cutesy side-scroller complete with chibi styled characters. There are [...]
Marvel Vs Capcom Origins (Capcom) is available now - a throwback to the classic days of the golden age of fighting games -- or are we in the golden age right now? Either way - you'll want to visit or revisit this collection if you love fighting games and/or these characters. Marvel Vs Capcom Origins [...]
The Dead or Alive series has always been kept at an arm's length for me. I know about it, but the steep learning curve and prominent "jiggle physics" stopped me from ever taking it seriously, and I'm not alone. Dead or Alive 5 looks to change that by going back to its hardcore roots. With only [...]