If you liked the Braid or Dawn of War II soundtracks, you can now get both, for free. Dawn of War II soundtrack packaged together in .rar format and available here. Braid’s soundtrack is technically for sale here, but you can listen to the embedded player below for free (it automatically begins playing so don’t have your speakers blasting)…
Marvel Vs. Capcom 2 is probably my favorite fighting game, ever. Sure, it’s not balanced, but it’s fun seeing so many different characters beat the crap out of each other. HD graphics can’t hurt, or online play.
The full press release and more images below…
The new multiplayer Bionic Commando demo is available today on Xbox Live’s Marketplace. Once downloaded, gamers will be able to compete in Deathmatch battles on ‘Vertigo’, one of the game’s 16 multiplayer maps. This intensive training will provide invaluable experience before they take on the full mission with the release of Bionic Commando on Xbox 360 & PlayStation 3 across North America on May 19 th, 2009.
We’ll reiterate: each and every launch copy of SMT: Devil Summoner 2 is the deluxe boxed set you see above. It’s the ultimate Atlus Spoils offering, the ultimate SMT fan collectible, and it’s only available in very limited quantities, Faithful, so we recommend interested parties to consider pre-ordering at their earliest convenience.
I want that.
I don’t know exactly what’s happening in this video, but it looks intense.
This morning XSEED announced it would no longer be publishing Muramasa: The Demon Blade in the U.S. I was a bit worried we’d never see it released here, maybe Vanillaware thought it was too hardcore for the U.S. Wii audience…which would suck because not only does the game look amazing, but I’d have a reason to play a game on the Wii again. I was scared, it was a real low point for me. Then Ignition Entertainment came along and made it all better…
Championship Mode allows players to participate in Street Fighter IV tournaments, and watch replays of tournaments. Both of which seem awesome, but even awesomer is that it’s totally free. The mode will be available April 24 on both Xbox Live and PlayStation Network. More details after the link…
G.I. JOE: The Rise of Cobra is basically like the movie but a video game, I think. And now there’s an awesome EA website for the game, here.
The only G.I. JOE action figure I remember owning is this girl with a hot pink shirt on. I think that’s really weird, it’s like buying 4-LOM as your one and only Star Wars action figure, why? I feel like I should have gotten someone like Lady Jaye or Baroness or whatever, not some random hot pink shirt girl. Let me search for “hot pink shirt g.i. joe” and see if I can figure out her name…
Ok, her name is Zarana, luckily she’s in the top 5 G.I. JOE babes list (why?):
Zarana’s look was a straddle between punk, new wave and lesbian chic, which is a lot to handle when you’re a kid. But her character’s “filecard” (the cardboard piece attached to the plastic casing holding the figurine) depicted Zarana in a low cut shirt displaying a hefty chest and cleavage which made it the raciest file card, by far.
I don’t understand why young me would:
a) Not choose another action figure like Snake Eyes or Destro.
b) Of all girls choose the “punk, new wave and lesbian chic” girl.
New maps…and guns. What more could you want in your downloadable content?