PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale - Major update
Back on July 30th, I covered PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale with an extensive "all you need to know" article that covered the stages, weapons, and characters announced for the game at that point in time, while also speculating about possible future characters being revealed for the game. Well, since that has been published, another eight characters have been revealed for the game, bringing the official roster count up from 12 to 20.
Also announced for PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale is the new Cross-Buy promotion. When purchasing select PS3 games, you will receive a download code to download the Vita version for [...More
PlayStation All-Star Battle Royale - What to Expect [ Editorial ]
PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale is an upcoming fighting game featuring many of the flagship exclusive characters to the Sony PlayStation Systems, and it’s uncannily similar to that of the Super Smash Brothers series in many ways. It’s being developed by SuperBot Entertainment along with help from Sony’s fabled SCE Santa Monica Studios (the geniuses behind the God of War series).
First off, yes, it’s very similar to Super Smash Bros. It has similar graphics, gameplays, and mechanics. But there are plenty of subtle differences. Instead of getting knocked off the stage to die, and becoming increasingly light according to your percentage [...More
PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale - All you need to know
PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale is Sony's answer to Super Smash Bros., and I think it's fitting that in a week that saw me write a wishlist for the mysterious Super Smash Bros. 4, that I also take the time to cover Sony's upcoming brawler. Fans of Sony have been waiting for an answer to Smash Bros. for ages, and a multitude of information has been released regarding the game since its announcement a few months prior to E3 2012. This editorial will examine the roster and stages already announced, plus add a wishlist of what we'd like to see, and [...More
Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale [ Preview ]
Crossover battles have been all the rage in recent years. We’ve seen X-Men and Marvel Comics characters duke it out with Street Fighter and other Capcom players, Marvel vs. DC, and of course, the much hyped Street Fighter and Tekken series, with both Capcom and Namco each taking a turn in developing their own games featuring the characters from these two famous fighting franchises. However, perhaps the most famous, at least to Nintendo fans, mash up of characters fighting each other is the Super Smash Bros. series, where famous Nintendo characters such as Mario, Link, and several others duke it [...More
REVEALED: PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale!
It’s about time. The success of Super Smash Bros. has, surprisingly, NOT yielded any clones from competitors. The only thing that really has come close was Jump! Ultimate Stars and it was exclusive to Japan. Sony has finally thrown their hat in the ring with PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, a Smash Bros. clone that looks to dethrone the king of crossover fighters.
The development team is SuperBot Entertainment, a team reportedly comprised of people with a lot of fighting game experience, with developers from the UFC Undisputed series as well as Mortal Kombat working on the project. SuperBot Entertainment has collaborated [...More
Battle Nations Walkthrough [ Guide ]
From the creators of MetalStorm and Trade Nations now comes another action-packed game by the name of Battle Nations, wherein strategy will make or break you. You will lead an elite Imperial Army that will catapult you to greatness by dominating your own Empire. Train your troops and go to battle to ensure your dominion and expand your empire. It is certainly an exciting game for the iPad, iPod touch, and iPhone. Be on the right track by following our comprehensive guide on your way to domination.
Start playing by tapping on the “Battle Nations” icon on the home screen of [...More
PoKemon Fire Red & Pokemon Leaf Green Dual-Type Pokemon Battle Chart[ Guide ]
This guide was created in mind originally for Pokemon Fire Red and Pokemon Leaf Green; however, due to the types staying similar, if not the same for the Pokemon in many of the games, this guide can be used for any Pokemon game in which you are seeking to find information on the dual-type Pokemon.
/ PoKemon Fire Red & Pokemon Leaf Green /
/ Dual-Type Pokemon Battle Chart /
/ LAST UPDATE: September 13, 2011 /
/ VERSION: 1.20 /
/ AUTHOR NAME: Heather Cattles (Muku6) /
/ EMAIL: irisdrakon (at) yahoo (dot) com /
Table of Contents
III. Pokemon Combat Dual-Type Chart
IV. How To Use the Chart
V. Chart Key
Pokemon Black&Pokemon White Dual-Type Battle Chart[ Guide ]
This guide is dedicated to my friend, Jamie, and all those newcomers to the series with Pokemon Black and White. I hope that this chart at least helps you all get into this wonderful game and makes it a little more enjoyable. This guide is based off my dual-type chart for Pokemon Fire Red and Pokemon Leaf Green. It has been modified to fit the need for Pokemon Black and White. I have tried to simplify things from my previous version, so things may appear slightly different.
/ Pokemon Black and Pokemon White /
/ Dual-Type Pokemon Battle Chart /
Dungeon Siege III: The Battle for Raven's Rill
Once you travel through the Causeway you will find yourself in the dungeon beneath Raven's Rill. The initial path in the causeway is empty but some Gargoyles will attack once you reach the other side. Once you counter their ranged attacks and kill them, loot everything in the room. Behind this wall below is a secret chamber that had many valuable items.
Continue upstairs and into the Graveyard, here you will be attacked by soldiers every so often. Alternate between charging your specials and using your standard attacks to build up your focus. Activate defensive magic when you encounter the Witch [...More
One Piece: Gigant Battle [ Screenshots ]
One Piece: Gigant Battle is a fight/action game published and developed by Namco Bandai for Nintendo DS.
This game features 71 playable characters from the Straw Hats to the Seven Warlords who will battle it out in the Pirate Grand Prix tournament. Up to 4 players can join ranks to compete via wi-fi on maps made just for this game. Level up, gain experience and gold, get those special abilities and attacks so you can win the title of the "Ultimate Fighter". It won't be easy as there will be destructible environments and unexpected pranks along your path to victory.
Bad Apples: Battle Harvest [ Screenshots ]
Bad Apples: Battle Harvest is a game compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. Players will play the role of a courageous young citizen of Orchardia. This is a place where fresh vegetables and fruits are happy and carefree.
The happiness is at risk after the dark threat "Nephridus" looms and tries to destroys their peaceful land
and turn all fruit and vegetables into rotting lumps of evil. It's up to you to save the homeland! With 4 game modes there is plenty to keep you busy. Choose between the arcade, puzzle, invasion or recruit modes.
Battle Harvest (iOS) [ Review ]
Bad Apples was a great game made by Metaversal Studios that had both visual charm and a new take on the traditional connect puzzle derivative. First being an online flash game, it quickly gained enough fans for the developers to release This sequel, entitled Bad Apples: Battle Harvest, seems like it has promise. For fans of the first game, the world of Orchardia is now open to you with this second title.
In the game, you play as Squire Mac, a young jubilant citizen of Orchardia who lives with his fruit-and-vegetable family and friends. All seems well in Orchardia when suddenly, [...More
Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars- Count Dooku 1: Battle of Geonosis [ Guide ]
This walkthrough for Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars will focus on the Count Dooku storyline, in this guide we will look at the first chapter, The Battle of Geonosis.
This first stage is not really that complicated, all you have to do to finish this stage is destroy five power generators in the center of the Separatist build zones. There are many ways to do this, including melee attacks which will take more time or fire from a speeder bike or from a larger vehicle such as an AT-AP or AT-TE which will be much faster.
To really fly through [...More
Dragon Quest IX Final Boss Battle [ Guide ]
There are five requirements you must meet before the boss fight with Corvus final form.
#1.) Each person in your party must be at least level forty.
#2.) You must have a Martial Artist who has completed the fan skill and knows Psyche Up.
#3.) A Minstrel who knows the Egg On ability.
#4.) A priest who knows Multiheal
#5.) Have at least five Yggdrasil Leaves on hand
To start off the fight Egg On your Martial Artist, and Psyche Up your Martial Artist. Attack with your extra character, and multiheal with your Priest. Repeat these exact actions till your Martial Artist is at 100 [...More