Got a few minutes to spare? Then don’t check out Salty Bet, because it will take those minutes and turn them into hours of lost time. Salty Bet runs an endless livestream of computer-controlled matches on M.U.G.E.N.,
We’ve seen a website dedicated to videogame logos and another one obsessed with start screens. Redditor RudeBottie has another similarly niche collection of videogame assets: its devoted to the background scene in fighting games. While it’s nowhere near complete you can still lose hours just staring at the collection, because they’re presented as animated .gifs:
After wowing us with his fake fireplace and fake secret passage decals, James Bit can now turn your walls into virtual arenas with these fighting game decals. Each set comes with life bar or hit point indicators and classic fighting game terms like KO, Player 1, Player 2 and more.
One of the reasons why many gamers who play fighting games on consoles prefer arcade-style controllers over the default Xbox 360 or PS3 gamepad is the large joystick.
But a new peripheral maker is going the opposite way, making an arcade panel that’s all buttons.
Damn you PlayStation Network, you’re no match to XBLA; the latter just has more and better games. Case in point, the upcoming Deadliest Warriors: The Game, based on the show of the same name. Spike recently released these shots of the eight fighters included in the game, each in his deadliest pose.
More April Fools fun! This time it’s from Japan. Someone at Japanese Internet forum 2chan posted what looks like a copy of a video game mag bearing this juicy newsflash:
Check out the whole screenshot at Comboadictos or at EventHubs, where commenters are pointing out that the text in the article is actually about Chrome Hounds.
Why can’t fighters resolve their conflicts using more constructive means? Can’t they just all get along? How awesome would it be to see Reptile and Raiden baking instead of dismembering each others’ limbs?
Horror news website Bloody Disgusting “received word that Warner Bros. Pictures has been looking to redo Mortal Kombat“. I was a die-hard fan of the first game, simply because it was so ridiculous. I didn’t like the movie though, as young and devoid of standards as I was back then.