Arcade

Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission is a bit of an anomaly compared to other Dragon Ball games on the market right now like Xenoverse 2 and FighterZ. Whereas those games are hands-on fighters, World Mission is a turn-based card game that still maintains the speed longtime fans of Dragon Ball expect from the series. While the game does suffer in some aspects due to the transition
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During Sega Fes 2019’s first day, Sega revealed its partnership with the International Olympic Committee to develop and publish multiple official Tokyo 2020 Olympic games. The first game is plainly titled Tokyo 2020 Olympic The Official Video Game and will be releasing worldwide on PS4 and Nintendo Switch in Summer 2019. It’s a realistic Olympic video
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Arc System Works announced today on Twitter that BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle will receive its 1.5 update this May. The update will add the multiple new characters recently revealed with a trailer. The update will also include balance adjustments, which will be made to the arcade version as well, synchronizing the two versions. The actual
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Square Enix revealed today that Dissidia Final Fantasy NT will be getting a free to play version. Titled Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Free Edition, this version will be launching on PlayStation 4 and Steam on March 12. You can check the game’s Steam page here. Square Enix also confirmed that the full game, currently only available on PS4,
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It’s time once again for the Cooperation Cup, a Japanese Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike tournament featuring the best players in the world. Coming in its 17th installment, this long-running 5v5 tourney brings the fighting game community together to enjoy some classic Street Fighter. The tournament runs this weekend from January 5-6 in Asakusabashi, Japan. The Cooperation Cup, or
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It’s both unusual and delightful to see classic fighting game Marvel Vs. Capcom 2 making headlines recently. The title has seen a lot of love from its endlessly passionate fanbase mainly thanks to a tournament called Battle of the Strongest organized by popular fighting game personality IFC Yipes. The event, unlike most fighting game events
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While Street Fighter V has remained in the competitive fighting game scene since its launch in 2016, one of the controversial components of the game in recent memory was the inclusion of in-game advertisements (in exchange for players getting extra fight money to earn). After fan criticisms grew to a fever pitch, it appears that some change
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Good morning and Merry Christmas everyone! This is Lou Contaldi, friendly neighborhood Editor-in-Chief at DualShockers, and I just wanted to check in with the best part of our site–readers–for the holiday season. First, and most importantly, let’s set the mood — go ahead and start playing this video below: Next, let’s knock the normal relative
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As 2018 draws to a close, more and more large-scale competitive games are setting up for next year’s eSports circuits. The hugely popular battle royale title PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is also preparing to join in with the 2019 festivities. Announced recently, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds will be beginning its own large-scale eSports league in 2019. The season will
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For the first day of the Portland Retro Gaming Expo only the Arcade side of the convention floor was open to the public, containing tons of old consoles, arcade cabinets, and pinball tables. Those walking in will first come across tables set up in a giant H with everything from Apple II to Dreamcast and
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Square Enix announced during a livestream from Tokyo that its arcade fighting game Million Arthur: Arcana Blood will come to PS4. The game will release in Japan on November 29th, and it will add Yamaneko Arthur from Han-Gyaku-Sei Million Arthur, alongside two crossover characters. Koume Saiyama will be added from Square Enix’s own Lord of Vermillion IV, and Iori
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It’s time to go bananas– Nintendo has announced that the arcade version of Donkey Kong is now available for the Nintendo Switch. This announcement, while surprising given the fierce legal battle that has surrounded the title in recent years, showcases Nintendo’s willingness to curate their library of older games without a dedicated Virtual Console. The
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Good afternoon, readers – this is Lou Contaldi, Editor-in-Chief of DualShockers. We interrupt you from our regularly-scheduled news reporting to touch on something important to us: our creative independence. Now, it’s no secret that gaming is a somewhat expensive hobby – many of us have our bookcases stacked (to some degree) with collector’s editions of
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