What's Arch Rivals? Well, it's kind of like Smash TV, NBA Jam, and Mortal Kombat all rolled into one... but also nothing like those games...
You can kind of think of this game as a re-imagining of Space Invaders. The story is the same at least.
I am the LAW! Or at least, I was going to be the law...
The best thing this game has going for it is Google thinks you meant "God of War" when searching for it.
Did you ever think, "Man, I wish Soul Calibur was set in the Middle Ages and had worse gameplay"? Oh boy, do I have s surprise for you!
Back to form after a month of only two games (one of which was just a download). This week has a good variety of titles, and for a few different systems as well, just the way I like it! And what’s more, I’ve already played a handful of them and they’re fun. Go figure!
I’ll be the first one to say that a developer that puts out a new IP instead of a sequel deserves a bunch of credit. But I’ll be damned if there aren’t a good deal of games out there that I think should have been given the sequel treatment. I recently did some pondering a thought what a future would be like if a handful of my favorite video games were given a second, third, or even in some cases fourth installment. There’s hope out there, as some games I’d include on this list have already been green-lighted for a sequel (Kid Icarus; earlier Marvel vs. Capcom 3). I can wait for any other game, but these ten need to be made, and need to be made well.
If you’ve been playing games at all the last two years or so you’ve probably noticed the fairly large amount of fighting games being released. It’s a second coming for the fighter, which saw most of its best entries come out in the 90s. I decided to take a look back at some of the fighting games I remember playing when I was younger, as well as some of more current titles that can slug it out with the best of them.
Get ready fighters.
Go for it, man!