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Suda 51 drops some new info on No More Heroes 2

No More Heroes creator Suda 51 recently sat down with Gametrailers.com to discuss what we can expect from No More Heroes 2 aside from awesome battles featuring dual wielding katanas.

QuarterSave Podcast - Episode 05 - E3 Wrap Up

Alright! E3 has finally come to conclusion and there have been a lot of goings on this week. With all these gaming stories to go on about, it seemed a good time for QuarterSave to have it’s first guest host on the show. Corey Rollins from ShogunGamer.com joins us this week to talk about the E3 showing that we’ve all be watching carefully.

We discuss the big three’s conference showing, and games that caught our attention during the week.

Mini Ninja Gameplay Video

We covered the developer forum launch of this game a few months back. In the beginning it looked like a great little pick up and go game. With the latest game play video, released by Joystiq yesterday. The game is looking like a whole lot more than just your average weekend rental. With tactics, side missions, and the ability to possess animals of the forest.

The struggle continues in No More Heroes 2

Earlier this week we got our first info and images for the upcoming crazy fest that is No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle. The info released by Famitsu definitely answered a lot of questions fans had concerning the story and it also gave us our first glimpse at a few new characters.

Brand new No More Heroes 2 details

Ever since its announcement trailer last year many have wondered what No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle would be about.  There was the small matter of how the sequel would be possible since the true ending of the game alluded to Travis and his brother Henry taking one another out in an epic battle on the streets of Santa Destroy.

Suda 51 gives an update on No More Heroes 2 and his EA project

One of the most popular Wii games amongst the hardcore gaming crowd is No More Heroes. The unique mix of interesting violent game play, over-the-top characters and geek overtones garnered the game an audience among the otaku crowd that its protagonist Travis Touchdown was based on.

Bethesda to develop a "big" Wii game

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The Wii is having quite a year so far with a bevy of interesting 3rd party games like Sega’s Madworld, the upcoming Indiana Jones game and the recently announced North American release of Capcom’s Tatsunoko vs. Capcom. Things are of course going to get better for Wii owners with E3 being less than 2 weeks away and there's bound to be a quite a few unannounced heavy hitting games, both on the first and third party fronts.

The latest Kojima teaser continues to get people excited

The madness around the mysterious Kojima project countdown is continuing with the previous countdown being merely a countdown for another countdown. Rapid internet fanboys are ablaze with the latest update to the site being either a 5 or an S and off course the popular and somewhat blind decision among many is that it’s a 5 and that means “OMG MGS5 is coming soon!” It’s also a bit presumptuous to assume the S could also stand for Solid Snake as it could also be for this:

Tatsunoko vs. Capcom heading to North America

2009 seems to be a good year for Capcom fighting fans with the release of Street Fighter 4 earlier this year and then the announcement that Marvel vs. Capcom 2 would be coming out this summer for the PS3 and Xbox 360. Well it seems like fighting fans have gotten the cherry atop the sundae with the announcement that Tatsunoko vs. Capcom will be heading to North America.

Tony Hawk plans on taking you for a Ride

When the first Tony Hawk game was released it was a massive hit that was the first game to really capture what skating is all about. The game then became a massive franchise that helped make skating more mainstream and acceptable. Like any good franchise each installment in the Tony Hawk series added new features and improved visuals that really improved the product and it’s widely regarded that Tony Hawk 3 is the pinnacle in the series.

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