The last eight years have pitted secret agents, demigods, and masked warriors against each other. Who has made the biggest impact on fighting games?
Supermoves not only look cinematic these days — they almost last as long as a movie.
Everyone has a list of really important games they just haven’t played, so we tricked some of the most influential people in the industry into revealing their piles of shame.
Guile vs. Fei Long, Sakura vs. Balrog, Blanka vs. Cammy, and Dan vs. Dee Jay. Pick who you want to advance in our ultimate Street Fighter tournament.
More of a Street Fighter “Starter Kit” than an exhaustive celebration of the franchise’s past 25 years.
Many of today’s most amazing-looking video games evolved from simple, blocky pixels. Here are 10 before-and-after comparisons.
Films based on video games usually disappoint due to terrible casting choices. We provide a list of actors who are dead ringers for some of our favorite characters.
Tekken Tag 2 wants to make you better at fighting by turning its tutorial into a mini-game.
Capcom is offering an excellent collector’s box set for Street Fighter’s 25th anniversary and is hosting international tournaments with $500,000 worth of prizes.
Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition became the most-played Xbox Live Arcade title in the first week of its release. Turns out digging for mono-colored boxes is actually fun.
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.
A collection of game reviews from the first three months of 2012.
Below you’ll find a listing of every GamesBeat game review to date. They are listed in reverse chronological order with the latest review appearing at the top. Note that the dates listed are for when the review was posted, not necessarily the actual release date for the game. That information, along with platform tested and more, can be found in the actual review.
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.