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SNK Playmore will release a shoot ’em up game, based on the successfull King of Fighters beat ’em up series for the Xbox360 Live Arcade. You can play various KOF characters, which will fly, off course. The game will offer two and one player gameplay and the use of special attack.
[found at GamerBytes]
Jeaxactu made an interview with King of Fighters XII producer Masaaki Kukino. Heres the Google translation
JeuxActu: The King of Fighters XII will be the first episode to have a realization in HD. Why did you put so much time to take this course?
Masaaki Kukino: After the end of the first Neo Geo, we continued to develop our games on the map Atomiswave Sammy proposing an architecture quite close to our maps MVS. The idea of moving to high-definition is something that we thought very quickly, but it would require starting from scratch. As you know, the development time of a game in 2D is a long and difficult a game in three dimensions. Everything is done by hand, characters sets. That takes a lot of investment and time. Read the rest of this entry »
The cabs of the new lightgun-game are in production and will be set up soon. Read the rest of this entry »
Shaggy from Arcade Heroes reports about a multiplayer rpg-style arcade game:
Another cool terminal game is hitting the arcades in Japan, this time it is Dragon Hunter by Arc System Works (same company that brought us BlazBlue). This title is not a fighter but a cutesy RPG-style game with a pretty cool cabinet environment, where the game terminals sit inside of a larger enclosure that gives players quite a large screen to play together on that they label the “Attack 180″ as it gives you a screen that wraps 180° around the players. Read the rest of this entry »
Watch a couple of interesting pics at Arcade Belgium. Including games like Brick People, NFS Carbon, Hydro Thunder, jubeat and many more.
A german handyman created this awesome consoleshelve.
[ Found at Klabusterbeere ]
LowRez Retroshirts new Teedesign takes you back to the 80s, where the C=64- and Atari-Fanboys were adoring their machines fanatically.