Wednesday, August 30th, 2017
Capcom and iam8bit have teamed up to release a special release of the original Super Nintendo version of Street Fighter 2. The Street Fighter II (30th Anniversary Edition) will be work for NTSC consoles and will available in two variations: Opaque Ryu Headband Red (4,500 copies) & Glow-in-the-Dark Blanka Green (1,000 copies). The Street Fighter II (30th Anniversary Edition) will be released in a special vintage styled box with a tri-fold cover that features vintage artwork. It will also include a new print of the original instruction booklet with new artwork by Jango Snow Art & Design and will include secret bonuses thatRead More
Bigbadtoystore has updated with official pre-orders for a new Classic Voltron release by Playmates Toys. For those who are unaware these lions are based on the original Voltron: Defender of the Universe series. The first season of the series ran from September 10, 1984 to November 27, 1984, being adapted entirely from Beast King GoLion. However, due to overwhelming popularity of the Lion Force Voltron a second season was commissioned, and aired the following year from October 21, 1985 to November 18, 1985. Yet, the original lions would return 13 years later in Voltron: The Third Dimension, which served as a direct sequel toRead More
The official Japanese Pokémon Youtube channel has updated with a new character trailer for Pokkén Tournament DX. The latest trailer features at look at Gardevoir. Pokkén Tournament DX will be released for the Nintendo Switch on September 22.
This episode sort of went from having a cool premise to a weak premise to a cool premise again. It started out cool when we learned that time travel was being introduced to the show and that Tsurugi wanted to go to the planet Tocky to find out what happened before he was put into hibernation. It then got a bit weaker when they arrived on Tocky and realised that they specifically needed 12 people to make the time travel work, a highly convenient number that made the episode’s mainRead More
Nintendo has updated their official Youtube channel with a reveal trailer for the next title in the No More Heroes game series. The latest installment is called. “Travis Strikes Again,” and will be released exclusively for the Nintendo Switch in 2018. The game will be developed by the team at Grasshopper Manufacture along with the help of several indie developers. The game will feature six different games including Hotline Miami. The bosses from the various games will also be making an appearance in Travis Strikes Again. No other details are confirmed at this time so stay tuned for updates.