GARGOS is the new addition to the Killer Instinct Season 3 roster! Make a huge impact with his 189 Triple Ultra Combo! So much punching!!!
By the developer 10TONS LTD, Neon Chrome is a top-down, Cyberpunk, indie, shooter with many thick elements to the game as well as basic elements that’s just plain fun. You start Neon Chrome with a cut scene setting up the plot and your base objective. Overthrow the evil overlord with completely reasonable actions like shooting everything and everyone in sight and breaking through any wall that stands in your way.
The trailer for Alex has been long awaited by Street Fighter fans for some time now and was even teased at FR2016 but now we finally have it!
Enjoy and don’t get salty!
A new warrior has entered into Season 3 of Killer Instinct! Who’s next?
Bandai Namco showing off the Arcade Version of T7:FR with more Akuma and how his fireballs work along with some new costumes, stages, the new “Rage Attacks” System, and more!
Ketchup and Mustard lend a hand at giving us a more in-depth look at Triborg. Presenting Cyrax, Sektor, and Smoke, showing off their combos, specials, and more!
As a huge UFC fan myself I loved the last UFC game and cant wait for more! The second UFC game is coming to Xbox One and PS4 with an all new knock out system every punch and every knock out will be satisfying and different from the last.
Along with the new knock out physics there are many different things about this UFC game including Next Level Submissions, Dynamic Defense System, and a more responsive Grappling System!
take a look at one of halo 5’s new game modes called warzone. Its a mix of pvp and pve and looks really fun. Cant wait to try it out.
There are many weapons in Gears of War 3, and each requires a unique approach to use effectively. Guns are varied so that a certain balance is achieved where there is a gun for virtually any situation and range, but not too many that apply to any one situation. This mechanic makes it so no single gun stands too far above the others of comparable power and makes game play more based on the player’s individual skill with the gun they’ve chosen. Someone who’s bad with a Hammerburst rifle can get gunned down at range by someone who’s an expert with the Retro Lancer. Since the game has so many weapons, I’m going to focus on the primary weapons you start with as they are the guns most heavily relied upon. I’ll deal with map-placed weaponry next issue.