Yes, Nintendo made our dizziest dreams come true when they announced Pokken Tournament last week. Obviously, being a mix of Pokemon and Tekken, we can expect to be playing as bigger, more muscular Pokemon (so don't expect to be playing as Pikachu or anyone like that, although they'll probably shoe horn the yellow bugger in somehow). Let's take a look at some of the pocket monsters we want to be able to bash each other's heads in with. DISCLAIMER: We already know about Blaziken, Lucario, and Machamp, so don't flip because they're not on the list.
At its core the idea of downloadable content is great – utilised correctly it can dramatically extend the lifespan of a game or series in a way that benefits both the developer and the fans. The Mass Effect trilogy is the best example of this – Bioware often use DLC as a way to bridge the gaps between games, giving more content to the consumer and keeping their series relevant, the player gets more game and the developer gets more money – everybody wins.
You know exactly in your head, compiled from the lists in your brain of every single game you have played, that objects you use in said games you'd absolutely freakin' love to use in real life. If only they were real! Well, imagine this scenario. Some inventor has invented these objects, available to yours truly. What will you do with them? Well that's entirely up to you. This message will self-destruct in five seconds...
The new and final chapter of The Walking Dead: Season 2’s videogame is finally upon us! Some of you may already be playing, while others like some of us at Bytexplosion and Screen Robot are binging through all 5 episodes now that they’re all out. This is as good a time as any to look at the bizarre but somewhat successful format of “Episodic” video games. What makes some of them work, and others fail horribly?
In a dream world without legal issues, we look at the franchises that would be great on mobile devices.