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12:30 PM on 05.07.2013

Streets of Rage, ESWAT art for reboots that never were

Backbone Entertainment once pitched a reboot of Streets of Rage to SEGA, which SEGA apparently rejected, because SEGA hates everybody. Artist Arvin Bautista is keeping the dream alive, however, by sharing concept art cre...

Jim Sterling


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Terra Battle In-Game Giveaway

Celebrate the launch of the Terra Battle Download Starter campaign by following them on Twitter to receive 5 Energy to get a jumpstart once the game launches. Developed by the legendary Final Fantasy creator, Hironobu Sakaguchi, Terra Battle launches in October..






Review: The Simpsons Arcade Game photo
Review: The Simpsons Arcade Game
by Jim Sterling

Any gamer of a certain age will be able to bore you extensively talking about two particular arcade games: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and The Simpsons. The classic TMNT game arrived on Xbox Live Arcade years ago, but as with many licensed arcade games, it seemed unlikely we'd ever see The Simpsons hit a digital platform. 

Sometimes, however, the legal red tape can be cut through, and nostalgia wins the day. The Simpsons Arcade is back, and gamers of a certain age can once again bore the world.

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5:30 PM on 11.09.2011

The Simpsons Arcade likely coming to consoles

The Simpsons arcade game is considered by many to be a true beat 'em up classic, and while most of that is due to blind nostalgia, it's still a neat little button masher. Sadly, it's never come to consoles, but the Australian...

Jim Sterling



Preview: Ugly Americans: Apocalypsegeddon photo
Preview: Ugly Americans: Apocalypsegeddon
by Conrad Zimmerman

When word first broke that Comedy Central was producing a game based on Ugly Americans, their animated series about a New York City filled with co-habitating humans, demons and other creatures, I had a hard time coming to grips with it. Sure, the show is funny but I couldn't see how it could translate into a gaming experience (short of an adventure title which, admittedly, has a fair bit of potential in the setting).

Of course, I am a fool. Just about anything can be turned into a dual-stick shooter or a brawler. Ugly Americans is a dual-stick shooter, but it's one which is at least attempting to add some depth to well-worn formula. 

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