Lots of stuff going on at Gamescom over in Germany, and instead of making a million posts with a ton of videos, I’ll just post them all here. So, go take a look at some cool trailers and gameplay for a variety of games, from Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, to Tatsunoko vs. Capcom, after the jump.
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Cleopatra, the famous slot machine, is now available on the go with the iPhone and iPod Touch.
The game supposedly replicates all the fun and style of its real-life counter-part, giving players a fun, addictive experience they won’t want to put down.
I’ve received the game, and will review it shortly, so stay tuned for that, but until then, check out the official trailer. You can pick it up now via the App Store for an affordable $1.99.
Check out the latest video from Capcom, featuring the combo system in the upcoming Wii brawler, Spyborgs, releasing on September the 29th.
Monster Hunter 3 will be out in Europe and North America at some point in 2010 for the Nintendo Wii, so until then, we’ll have to try to enjoy some footage, like the trailer below.
Not too terribly much to see here, but definitely something you’ll want to check out if you’re a fan of the series.
With this video, we see a little multiplayer action, which looks very similar to what was in the first and World at War, although it does seem to sport some faster, smoother mechanics/gameplay perhaps. Also featured in the video is the ability to choose your own kill streak bonuses. For instance, you did have radar, artillery, helicopter, etc, but here, it seems you can choose what you want for each streak. It looks like there will be five levels, each with 3 perks you can choose from. That’s pretty damn cool if you ask me, and should escalate the customization a bit more. Have a look.
Halo Legends is the 7-episode anime series planned to hit DVD and Blu-Ray early next year. Luckily, we have a trailer to view until that time, to see what each of the 5 creators are working on.
Personally, it seems a bit…out of character. It doesn’t seem like the Halo universe lends itself well to an anime; just seems strange and out of place. Oh well.
Yeah, Capcom keeps pushing out media for the game. Have a look at some sweet Jill vs. Storm combat.
Well, for the Xbox 360 at least. Capcom announced today that MvsC will be released on the XBLA on Wednesday, July 29th, for a price of 1,200 MS Points. No news though on when the PSN version will be launched….sorry.
Enjoy the video though. Some Hulk and Zangief action; sweet.
Game to be released tomorrow; check out the trailer