Posts Tagged ‘beat-em-up’
Posted by DaRipp3r on February 8, 2014 under Euro, News, PC
Midnight City, the recently founded indie label of Majesco Entertainment Company, an innovative provider of games for the mass market, is proud to announce Double Dragon: Neon is now available for Windows PC via Steam, listed at a tasty $9.99. Building on the highly successful release on console, the PC version sports full Steam integration and online cooperative play for a true Double Dragon e... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on January 27, 2014 under Portables, PS3, Reviews
Developer MonkeyPawGames is known for releasing rare, hard to find PSOne games on the Playstation Network. In fact, some of their more recent releases include Arc the Lad III and the critically-acclaimed Tomba! - a 2D platformer that follows the comical exploits of Tomba (known as Tombi in Europe) as he battles a group of evil pigs. In recent weeks, MonkeyPawGames announced a new campaign calle... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on November 25, 2013 under PS3, Reviews
The side-scrolling beat 'em up genre has come a long way since the days of Double Dragon. The genre has evolved beyond simple button mashing and end level boss encounters. Final Exam by developer Mighty Rocket Studios places you in a post-apocalyptic urban environment that is infested with aggressive monsters and packs of hideous flying creatures. As the game starts, you must choose from one of... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on June 13, 2013 under Portables, Reviews
Hakuoki: Warriors of the Shinsengumi takes place during the climatic end of the 260 year shogunate rule. Japan teeters on the brink of chaos as political and supernatural powers intervene in the Shinsengumi's efforts to bring order back to society. As one of five Japanese warriors, the player must battle against overwhelming odds to rid Japan of its foes and restore the peace. Hakuoki: Warriors... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on April 30, 2013 under Euro, Mac, News, PC
The sequel to Zeno Clash has finally released on Steam. The first-person brawler, lets players explore the bizarre world of Zenozoik, and punch everything and everyone in their path. There are three versions of Zeno Clash II on Steam: The standard version of the game sells for $19.99. The Special Edition sells for $29.99 and includes a digital artbook and the game's 45-track soundtrack. ... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on September 27, 2012 under Euro, News, Portables
Published and developed by UFO Interactive Games, Samurai G is the gritty and dark tale of Tetsuo, a lone samurai warrior whose sole task is to prevent the gold of Tengu, the Harbinger of War, from falling into the hands of Warlord Fuma's corrupt samurai mercenaries and evil ninja warriors. These vile enemies will stop at nothing to get their hands on Tengu's gold, and will make every attempt ... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on September 5, 2012 under PS3, Reviews
Developed by Alpha Denshi and published by SNK in 1989, Gang Wars is a 2D beat 'em up that resembles Double Dragon on the surface. But with aesthetics aside, Gang Wars was the first of its kind to offer character customization, firearms, and a unique 3 button configuration. As either Mike (a kick boxer) or the Jackie Chan look-alike Jackie (a karate expert), you must battle through the streets ... more.
Posted by DaRipp3r on May 31, 2012 under Euro, News, Portables, PS3
Toronto-based developer DrinkBox Studios announced today that their Mexican-themed co-op-multiplayer dimension-swapping Metroid-vania beat-em-up platformer "Guacamelee!" will be released via the SCEA "Pub Fund" program on PlayStation Network for the PlayStation 3 system and PlayStation Vita system. Guacamelee! Producer and DrinkBox Co-founder Graham Smith had this to say about the initi... more.
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