The execution of arcade-to-mobile ports can be hit or miss, but the Double Dragon Trilogy is here to bring the trio of beat 'em ups to iOS and Android devices. Screen and more past the jump.
Capybara Games is bringing a couple of its upcoming games—the run-and-gun action of Super Time Force and roguelike-inspired Below, specifically—to Xbox One. While Super Time Force is also coming to Xbox 360, it has a new launch window of early 2014 and will be self-published on Xbox One. More after the jump.
Capcom's Treasure-developed Gaist Crusher 3DS game, out this week in Japan, has a special collaboration with V Jump and Saikyou Jump magazines. The team-up resulted in a pair of enemies designed by none other Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama and One Piece creator Eiichiro Oda. Video after the jump.
Yesterday we posted about an upcoming collaboration between Fire Emblem: Awakening and Monster Hunter Frontier G. Now the latter's official YouTube channel has a video showing how the Chrom and Lucina costumes look in the upcoming Wii U version of Frontier G. See for yourself past the jump.
Developed by Sting, Chou Megami Shinkou Noire Gekishin Black Heart is a simulation RPG starring Noire from Compile Heart's Hyperdimension Neptunia series. This spin-off is set in the world of Game Shijoukai rather than Gamindustri, and you can see some of its gameplay in the debut trailer after the jump.
Ultra Street Fighter IV will be available as a digital upgrade for Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in early June 2014, with a full release set to arrive in the same month. Read on for more.
Namco Bandai's latest batch of Dark Souls II screens focus on Covenants, factions players can join to receive various benefits, usually under specifically imposed guidelines. Breaking those rules could lead to some severe repercussions, so choose wisely and peep the screens past the break.
Electro, Harry Osborne, part of Rhino's mech-like power suit; the new trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 has plenty of villainous action brewing. See what Andrew Garfield's second round as Spider-Man has in store below.
Monster Hunter Frontier G is getting ready to mix in a little Fire Emblem: Awakening thanks to an upcoming collaboration. According to Japanese gaming mag Famitsu, Chrom and Lucina costumes will be included in the Wii U version. More after the jump.
Last week Square Enix busted out a few character and environment clips for Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster, and now we've got five more to gawk at. The latest batch includes short looks at Wakka, Rikku, Blitzball, battle, and the Holy Springs. Soak 'em in after the jump.
Siliconera recently had a brief chat with Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime, and he had some interesting things to say about fan feedback, specifically in the case of Operation Rainfall and games like Xenoblade. More after the jump.
Nintendo is bringing a couple new 2DS options to North America in the form of Pokémon X and Pokémon Y bundles. Starting December 6, Target will be offering a bundle with X pre-installed on a red 2DS, while Toys"R"Us will have one with Y pre-installed on a blue 2DS. Pics and more past the jump.
Bravely Default is just now making its way to Europe this week, but a sequel is already in the works for the Nintendo 3DS RPG. Announced in this week's Jump, Bravely Second is destined for 3DS at some point in Japan. More, including Default's EU launch trailer, after the jump.
Following up on the first volume, Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate now has a second batch of casual outfits. The everyday clothes can be purchased at ¥200 ($2) a pop, or picked up as a bundle for ¥1,100 ($11). Pics and video past the jump!
The Next Tales of teaser site has been updated from its previous display of nostalgic series memories, but we still have to wait for the proper unveiling of the next mothership entry. Thankfully we now have a date, with the site counting down to a big reveal on December 12. More after the jump.