Since Sony revealed that their (at the time) upcoming handheld would have a Call of Duty game grace its presence, many have been quite anxious. Now over a year later a slew of details have been revealed. Despite all the new details it’s still clear that the game will fail. Whether it be the graphics, controls, or mistakes repeated, it doesn’t take much to notice. The primary reason that the game will fail is the developer, Nihilistic Software.
It won’t be long ’till of the kiddies will be packing their lunches, ironing their uniforms and setting their alarms for school...well, their parents will probably be doing that, truth be told. To celebrate the new school year, Sega of America are having a giant sale on their mobile games.
If you’re yet to pick up Street Fighter X Tekken, perhaps the Playstation Vita version will be the one to persuade you to take up Capcom and Namco’s cross-over fighter, with a whole host of exclusive features and the biggest roster of fighters available.
I’m sure you’ve all been anihilating enemies in Sao Paulo and beyond in Max Payne 3, and there’s no denying it is a very enjoyable and gorgeous third person shooter. But, a long time ago, we had the original. When tech wasn’t as advanced and things didn’t look so smooth – and when we were first introduced to Bullet Time – we had Max Payne.
Apple device users rejoice. Those of you who have been crying out for a fix of classic beat em up action won’t have to wait much longer, as Capcom have revealed that their cult favourite, Marvel Vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes, will be coming to the App Store on April 25th.