Evo 2011 Photo Gallery
We look back at Evo 2011.
We look back at Evo 2011.
Renowned Virtua Fighter 5 player wins Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition tournament, Jay Snyder wins Marvel vs. Capcom 3.
The best fighting games and the best players converge on Las Vegas for three days of tournaments and events. Get hype!
Mortal Kombat Legacy, the popular Web series that started life as an unofficial teaser and ignited the MK community, comes to a close tonight.
Nightmare on Elm Street boogeyman revealed as mystery DLC character for NetherRealm Studios' fighting game.
Sony's online marketplace updated with Playdead's puzzle platformer, fresh content for latest Fallout game; Fast Draw Showdown, Dead Block, Baseball Stars 2 also out.
One-two punch from Take-Two tops best-seller chart as total industry revenues down 10 percent to $1.03 billion.
NetherRealm bringing water-imbued ninja Rain to 360, PS3 fighter in two weeks for $5; trailer inside.
Xbox 360 players able to get $5 savings by paying for all four downloadable characters up front; each roster addition to be accompanied by free retro skins.
Red-garbed ninja Skarlet to be first of four downloadable characters, sell for $5 on Xbox 360 and PS3.
The ESA thinks there's no such thing as going "too far" with violence, but that's not the case with sex.
NetherRealm head Ed Boon says all preorder DLC will be made available for pay; trailer coming Friday.
Australian Catholic Bishops "welcome" proposed guidelines for adult rating for video games; Australian Christian Lobby describes changes as "frightening."
Top game retailer banks $80.4 million during Feb.-Apr.; Pokemon Black & White, Mortal Kombat, Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Call of Duty: Black Ops, Homefront pegged as best sellers.
Resurrection of fatality-focused fighter sells nearly 900,000 copies, beats out Portal 2 in big month at retail as total game sales up 20% year-over-year.
Wedbush's Michael Pachter predicts 15% software climb for last month, led by Portal 2's 2.4 million domestic sales, 500K for Mortal Kombat.
Aperture Science is still the number one playground as Portal 2 maintains the top spot; Mortal Kombat continues the battle to stay second, Zumba Fitness dances back up to third.
Censorship is everywhere, not just in Australia.
You've got two ways to get an authentic Mortal Kombat experience.
Get over here for a new Outworld tournament. Our Mortal Kombat Primer Guide gets you ready for battle with move lists, info about story mode, and Krypt unlockables.
It's all-out kombat, team-based squad shooting in the Strait of Malacca, and Aperture-branded science.
The ultraviolent fighting series makes a triumphant return and inspires JFK of MSTRKRFT in this compilation.
Plentiful new release slate led by puzzle, fighting, and shooting games; Conduit 2, Xbox Live Arcade Triple Pack, Final Fantasy IV: Complete Collection also out.
First of short series to debut on Machinima.com next week, one week before next game in franchise launches.
NetherRealm Studios finishes development on April 19-dated fighter reboot.
Warner Bros. reportedly tells retailers that one-time use tokens activate connected play, secondhand users play for $10.
Batman, Mortal Kombat developers to use Epic Games' tech exclusively through 2014; proprietary game engine optional for rest of Warner Bros. studios.
PlayStation Store Update: New slate of digital wares led by Konami's Contra-style shooter, sampler for WBIE's sanguineous fighter; Prince of Persia, Slam Bolt Scrappers also hit PS3 storefront.
Australian Customs and Border Protection Service adds refused classification fighter to blacklist; copies detected to be confiscated, fines up to A$110,000 issued.
UPDATE: Classification Review Board says Mortal Kombat could not be accommodated within the MA15+ guidelines because the level of violence "is higher than strong"; upholds original ban on Mortal Kombat. ...
The Australian Classification Review board met last Friday to reconsider the RC rating for Warner Bros.' upcoming Mortal Kombat; final decision pending.
Sony's virtual marketplace updated with trial for upcoming fighting game, new add-on content for Ubisoft's assassin game and BioWare's Dragon Age II; Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters demo ...
We test our might with the latest edition of Mortal Kombat as it kicks us in the face (in a good way).
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Australia to challenge the Australian Classification Board on the refused classification ruling of its upcoming fighter; company to resubmit an unedited version of game.
Warner Bros.' bloody revival of one of gaming's oldest franchises KO'd by Aussie ratings board.
Warner Bros. announces series of shorts based on last year's Mortal Kombat: Rebirth trailer; will offer background on main characters.
Warner Bros. nails down date for latest installment in notoriously gory fighting franchise on PS3, Xbox 360.
We look into the future and pick out a few games that we think may face the wrath of the Australian Classification Board during 2011.
Show's ratings decline for fourth straight year says Variety; male 18-34 demographic surges 15 percent year-over-year.
A familiar face is revealed in the latest trailer.
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