Did you guys get a chance to check out "The Game Over Tinies" in brentalfloss the comic? Once again, co-writers brentalfloss and Dan Roth and artist Andrew Dobson created an abecedarian comic of videogame character deaths -- ... more
A couple weeks back, brentalfloss the comic began an arc parodying the dark comedy children's book The Gashlycrumb Tinies -- that book's author, Edward Gorey, is the subject of today's Google Doodle, by the by. Anyway, "The G... more
Voldo's lower horn may not have been a legit SoulCalibur V print ad, but this one is. Surprise, surprise. It's the perfect complement to the original boobalicious ad. These things always happen in pairs.
I'm glad Namco Bandai... more
[Update: So apparently it is not real. Stupid sexy Voldo!]
Namco Bandai recently pulled an advert for SoulCalibur V after fans complained that it was too offensive. No, it wasn't the magazine page featuring ginormous breasts.... more
Apparently Namco Bandai has taken some pages from the Dead or Alive school of marketing, as this Japanese print ad for SoulCalibur V seems to carry one message -- the game is entirely, completely, utterly about breasts and no... more
Namco Bandai brings word that SoulCalibur V has gone gold, nearly a month ahead of its release on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. By the time you finish flipping through the absurd amount of screenshots provided, it'll almost be ... more
Namco's newest batch of screens for SoulCalibur V throw a spotlight on Aeon, Cervantes, Xiba, and Yoshimitsu. I have to say, I like what they've done with them. It warms me 'eart to see Cervantes back in what is, essenti... more
So we know the date, the special guest character, and the pre-order incentive, but what about the uber-fancy collector's edition? Well thanks to Namco, we know that too.
Coming in a delectable, collectable book box case, the ... more
For those of you itching to experience the world of Soul Calibur with extra waggle, please find enclosed a batch of sixteen shiny new screens from Namco Bandai's spin-off adventure game. While some might be skeptical of S... more