The first preview of Super Street Fighter IV 3D has hit the net, and unsurprisingly it comes from the Nintendo World conference being held in Japan. The upcoming 3D fighter from Capcom for the Nintendo 3DS is said to be impressive and one of the best examples of the 3D capabilities of the device.
Silent Hill 8 was announced a while back, and now Game Informer has announced that Silent Hill: Downpour is officially on it's way. The game is said to take place outside of Silent Hill requiring transportation by subway to travel between important locations in the game.
Dead or Alive Dimensions is just one of the many fighting games coming to the Nintendo 3DS. In my book it's rights the best 3D fighter on the market, but this isn't an article about which is better this is about the gameplay that was shown today at the Nintendo World conference.
The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time was spotted today at Nintendo World, and this friendly and familiar face will have you feeling right at home on the 3DS later this year. The highly anticipated remake of the Nintendo classic will be coming out this Spring according to Nintendo.
LittleBigPlanet 2 is just around the corner and you may need to do some Spring cleaning on your hard drive if you want to play the game on release. Very similar to the recent Gran Turismo release, which required a pretty hefty install, LittleBigPlanet 2 features a mandatory install before starting up the game for the first time.
Steve Ballmer recently announced at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas that Kinect will be officially supported by Windows PCs. The CEO did not elaborate on the specifics of the incorporation with Windows, nor did he announce a time frame for the supported compatibility.
Electronic Arts CEO John Riccitiello, recently spoke with Industry Gamers about digital distribution and its potential in 2011 and beyond and his remarks were pretty surprising. The CEO thinks that in 2011, digital distribution and free to play games will finally outpace retail boxed goods.
In the upcoming Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, the leveling system is going to be quite different than what many RPG's use and more importantly, much different than previous Elder Scrolls games. The traditional level grind to work your way up to access new areas and dungeons may be going bye bye in Skyrim.