Le Fantasy Zone Highlights
As you may or may not know - Team Hyperstick are big fans of Scroll Magazine and it’s founder, Ray Barnholt.
Looks like Ray is releasing some pretty awesome art works, inspired from classic games (and cheat codes). Sonic Beefcake is a personal favorite of mine.
All the prints are available in a variety of formats.
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First look at Project X Zone, the crossover 3DS joint from Sega, Capcom, and Namco Bandai releasing in Japan later this year. The strategy RPG features characters from a variety of the companies’ franchises, including Mega Man, Space Channel 5, Tekken, Darkstalkers, Devil May Cry, Valkyria Chronicles, Street Fighter, etc.
Of course, the immediate comparison one probably makes after seeing/hearing all this is PS2’s Namco × Capcom mash-up, which never released outside of Japan. With all these characters, this game looks like something out of Card Sagas Wars, but I’m guessing the gameplay here is more along the lines of Super Robot Wars, a franchise that will also make an appearance in the game.Buy: Nintendo 3DS (Flame Red, Pearl Pink, Black, & Blue) Find: Nintendo DS/3DS release dates, discounts, & more See also: More imports [Images via Famitsu]
5 more reasons why indie titles are saving the gaming industry.
Sine Mora is finally out on XBLA. If you like the following things, then you should buy Sine Mora without even trying the demo.
• Shooters. Not the dude-bro Army variety, but the PEW-PEW sort.
• Face-blazing graphics in your face.
• Hungarian speech.
• Dark, twisted stories involving torture and rape… in your shooters.
If you even remotely like any of those things, you should totally get Sine Mora. If you are totally against anything I listed above, you should totally get Sine Mora.
You should totally get Sine Mora.
Once more, in italics: You should totally get Sine Mora.