Devastation is a fighting game (à la Street Fighter or BlazBlue) in card-game form.
The last eight years have pitted secret agents, demigods, and masked warriors against each other. Who has made the biggest impact on fighting games?
Hadouken! Many of the fights from this year’s Evo fighting-game tournament consisted of projectile spam, and that needs to change.
Supermoves not only look cinematic these days — they almost last as long as a movie.
Injustice: Gods Among Us is an over-the-top fighting game that makes it easy for the average player to feel like a superhero. It’s splashy combat definitely satisfies, but it suffers from easily exploited quirks when you take the fight online.
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Developer NetherRealm Studios has made some key changes to its fighting formula to make sure Injustice stands out from its Mortal Kombat games.
NRA: Practice Range uses a low-rent shooter game as a bait-and-switch to educate users on the NRA and responsible gun ownership. While the intent is admirable, the app ultimately serves little purpose.
During its Friday news conference, the National Rifle Association pointed toward games and the media.
It’s time to solve this emotional fight.
Developer Sony Santa Monica is distinguishing God of War: Ascensions multiplayer mode by making it a blend of first-person shooters and fighting games.
Decorate your Twitter profile with video game-themed headers of popular franchises like Grand Theft Auto, Street Fighter, and God of War.
Mortal Kombat developer NetherRealms is releasing a $99.99 Collector’s Edition of its upcoming DC Comics fighting game.
Baltimore’s Gamescape showcased talent with a passion for galaxies, black holes, and exploding stars…and everything they represent.
Since launching in February, the PlayStation Vita really hasn’t had that “must own” title that every new piece of hardware needs. Well, enter Gravity Rush, an open-world, physics-bending game developed by Sony Computer Entertainment’s Japan Studio.
Power up your Facebook profile with Timeline cover images of beloved arcade games like Donkey Kong, R-Type, and Double Dragon.
Shao Khan was defeated, Earth Realm was saved, and Bill Clinton was getting “special service” in the Oval Office. It was 1993, and the colorful cast of Mortal Kombat II was unemployed. What happened? Did they go on food stamps? Beg for loose change? Or, god forbid, get a real job?
PAX Prime is sold out, huh? While that is very sad for a lot of us, we have some alternative conventions that may fill that social void in your schedule.
If you ever doubted the impact that blockbuster games have on monthly software sales, then this new infographic will convince you of the importance of AAA titles.
Virtua Fighter series mascot Akira Yuki will be a playable character in the upcoming Dead or Alive 5 game, developer Team Ninja announced today. This marks the first time ever that the DoA franchise has opened its doors to characters from other fighting titles.
Arguing that video games qualify for First Amendment protection, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled today that California’s video game violence law is unconstitutional.
Here’s our roundup of the week’s tech business news. First, the most popular stories VentureBeat published in the last seven days:
Today saw the launch of two major video games, and they make up a tale of two gamers. Portal 2 is a thinking person’s shooting game, meant for people who like to solve puzzles and outsmart rivals in an action game. Mortal Kombat, on the other extreme, is a twitch game, where you have to mash buttons as fast as you can to defeat your enemy.