Good ol’ Capcom recently released a collection of their finest beat-em-ups that in one retro-collection for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Unfortunately they can’t put in licensed fares, which means no Aliens vs Predator, no Cadillacs & Dinosaurs, and no Punisher. But what we ended up with are worthy timewasters that should be on every retro gamer’s shelf.
To celebrate, let’s rank each of these 7 beat-em-ups based on their importance in the company’s legacy of close-ranged pugilism.
What else is there to say about Mega Man (or Rock Man if you’re from Japan)? He is Capcom’s original mascot with the run-and-gun fun and also innovates with the boss weapon-stealing powerup. While the X and Zero games superceded and improved upon the weapon-stealing formula, you can’t forget your 8-bit roots.
But which Mega Man game is the best? Which Blue Bomber battle royale is the one with the best stage ideas? The best weapons catalogue? The best aesthetics?
It’s an extra special E3 extravaganza episode, finally an entire episode dedicated to the greatest hobby of all time. Videogames baby! We go through all the press coverage and give our thoughts on all the announcements and release dates.
Your favourite nerds are back, in this episode we cover the recently released videogames Gears of War 4 and Mafia 3, and in our feature segment, we bring our coverage from of the South East Asia Majors 2016 fighting game tournament at Singapore’s premiere video game convention Gamestart 2016.
Don’t get it twisted; we love us some Streetfighter! Welcome to the Last King Podcast, and in our very first official episode we ramble on about stuff at San Diego Comic-Con, the results of the recent EVO fighting game tournament and introducing our list segment “Fighting Games to play besides Streetfighter”. Read More