DualShockers were among legends and idols on the show floor of this year's New York Comic Con, but few are as legendary as the "Tales of" series producer, Hideo Baba.
New York Comic Con 2013 brought us plenty of games both big and small to look out for around the show floor: Watch Dogs, Super Mario 3D World, South Park: The Stick of Truth...and PigFish.
At NYCC this year, Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma discussed the upcoming 3DS iteration of the series, The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, and revealed a brand new trailer for the game. Today Nintendo has released
In the middle of all the booths, panels, and exhibitions at this past weekend's New York Comic Con, DualShockers had the chance to catch plenty of up-close looks at some games and talk with those who make
Pac-Man has been around now for decades, and with Namco-Bandai bringing its video-game adaptation of the animated series to consoles in just a few weeks, the famous ghost-gobbling mascot is heading back to gamers in a big
Platinum Games' Bayonetta was a blast of pure anime adrenaline - flashy combat, sexy style, and a heroine who flaunts it while transforming her bodysuit into a giant raging hair-monster that literally crushes her enemies not only
South Park fans awaiting the release of Stick of Truth have I got some good news for you; and to those not awaiting its release, this just might change any preconceived notions about the game. Stick
The genius behind the marketing strategy of Watch_Dogs is that the game itself has been a mystery. Ever since it was first unveiled in 2012 it has hooked itself into our veins and never let go, despite
The Batman: Arkham Origins NYCC panel covered some interesting topics and made two new announcements; the first being the iOS and Android versions of the game and the second being the Electrocutioner's inclusion as the last assassin.
A new reveal at the Batman: Arkham Origins NYCC panel was rather shocking (pun intended)--the last assassin sent by criminal king-pin Black Mask to kill Batman--the Electrocutioner.
At the Batman: Arkham Origins panel last night, it was confirmed that NetherRealm Studios will be working on iOS and Android versions of the upcoming prequel.
You can't do the New York Comic Convention without doing cosplay. It's an unwritten rule in the annals of geekdom. It's a core aspect of what makes the convention what it is. And if you don't come
This weekend at New York Comic-Con, Gazillion Entertainment was on-hand at the Marvel Video Games panel providing updates on the continuing development of their June 4th, 2013 title, Marvel Heroes. As the game continues to expand its
It’s looks like that Sonic has finally found his place on the Wii U and my heart.
The Grand Theft Auto V panel at NYCC was a gathering of passionate fans and the amazing motion capture actors: Ned Luke who plays Michael, Shawn "Solo" Fonteno who plays Franklin and Steven Ogg who plays Trevor.
The Thief panel today was filled to the brim with new information about the upcoming stealth game published by Square Enix. While no video or pictures were allowed, I was able to jot down some exclusive information.
NYCC 2013: New Characters, Costumes, Co-Op Details, and DLC Showcased for Lego Marvel Super Heroes, Demo to Launch Soon
Traveller's Tales' Lego Marvel Super Heroes was the most-anticipated developer and game at the Marvel Video Games panel at New York Comic-Con 2013 today. Creative Director on the title, Arthur Parsons, showed off gameplay footage and a
NYCC 2013 Preview: Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds Bridges Old School Design With A Few New Tricks
While I can't say that I've played every game in the Legend of Zelda series, I am a huge fan of the series who has played just about every handheld title up until the 3DS era. When
Beenox, developers of 2012's The Amazing Spider-Man, announced today at the Marvel Video Games Panel that they have begun development on a follow-up, The Amazing-Spider-Man 2. Much like its predecessor, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, while taking cues
Pac-Man has been long-dormant: while he’s had plenty of retro revivals in the Pac-Man Championship Edition (and its later DX version, for those looking for a challenge) mixing old-school charm and difficulty with new-school visuals and polish,