Welcome to another installment of Let’s Make a Game! Last time we made a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game that may have been a bit prophetic, but I haven’t found anyone working on our subject this time; SpongeBob SquarePants. Let’s dive in and see what we can put together.
Man, I can’t get enough of the lovable troll we know as Yoshinori Ono. First, he gives us a PS3/Vita exclusive “Bad American Fat Boxart” version of Mega Man for Street Fighter x Tekken, and then he tops it off by recreating one of the cheesiest scenes from Street Fighter: The Movie.
Capcom-Unity just announced and confirmed that Pac-Man and Mega Man are coming to Street Fighter x Tekken as PS3 and Playstation Vita exclusive characters. I’m not sure what Capcom has against (or planned for) the Xbox 360 community, but so far they have not announced any exclusives for the system. Either way, check out the new trailer and screenshots after the jump.
Welcome to Let’s Make a Game! This is the first installment in a new feature where we explore how we would make the games we want to see. Today, we’re going to make a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game with a little help from Batman: Arkham City and Darksiders, so let’s get started.
I spent the better part of a year traveling for work. I was on a plane twice a week and lived in hotels, and always in tow were my Xbox 360 and Mad Catz TE-S FightStick. Since the fantastic Mad Catz FightStick Carrier bag didn’t exist at the time, I used an Evo messenger bag which was unpadded but fit the stick — except for the protruding stick ball which gave the bag a definitive bag boner look and caused more than a couple issues with stick performance. While the FightStick Carrier bag is definitely well designed and provides ample protection for your TE stick, it’s large and somewhat proprietary so those looking to rock a Hori stick or to travel light would be out of luck. Enter The Link Quick-Release JLF Shaft replacement mod from PhreakMods.
To add the demo to your Xbox Live download queue now, click here. For anyone looking for a spoiler-free impression of what’s included in the Final Fantasy XIII-2 demo that just went live on Xbox Live, look no further.