Crosshairs--UFC 2010 Undisputed, Splinter Cell: Conviction, Super Street Fighter IV

The gloves are off in this edition, with a look at UFC 2010 Undisputed and a pro-player's view of Super Street Fighter IV. Plus, we answer your questions about Splinter Cell: Conviction and talk to the team behind Microsoft's Games Room.

Discussion

15 comments
merc7523
merc7523

Da4biddenOne this isnt a comment calling you dumb just so you know its spelled touche.

girdz
girdz

It's funny that they kept bringing up that Game Room was developed in AU and then they interview an English guy.

girdz
girdz

I prefer Start/Select but this is still a good show

TheVGamer
TheVGamer

They should put it on home page even though its gamespot au!

xiayan
xiayan

Didn't even knew about this show, but great job I love it.

Da4biddenOne
Da4biddenOne

I really injoyed the show keep them coming Crosshairs. All there they go,now Microsoft wants to copy SONY and there PS3 slim. Who saw this coming? What he thinks gamers are gonna kills his kids, OMG are you kidding me, who is that guy bashing the gaming industry like that? It really kills me when i see clowns like him. Im sure his kids has seen much worse on TV then video games truthfully with this reality shows nowa days. Come on give us gamers a break CLOWN. UFC 2 looks really kool the first one wasn't bad nether. Mann the classic arcade room is gonna be killer to bad i don't have a 360. ToShay Microsoft ToShay! Dude i can't even begin to explain how stoked i im about Super Street Fighter IV, i can't wait.

bondfan2
bondfan2

you can regenerate in mgs4

EXC355UM
EXC355UM

Great show, and nice to see some OzHadou guys back again! =]

T_Money420
T_Money420

Uh oh! Nintendo's Wii sales dropped, time to come out with the Nintendo 3dsi. Who even still plays handheld games anyway? I hate how these top companies think...but hey, it's business. All these people care about is making a good game by ripping off one of the best selling series, copy it and then make like one or two things different from it's predecessor and call it a different game a.k.a. Dante's Inferno...

MLionhart2
MLionhart2

When they mentioned that direction of the "sunshine" required to reverse a submission can be determined by the one applying the submission, I remember the problems with countering clinch throws and muay thai whips. Okay, so there are only 2 choices here, but I am not sure how I could know if I am rotating the right stick the correct way or not, and if there will be some on-screen indication of incorrect circling before I am screwed.