Tecmo-Koei have just released a trailer for Dead or Alive 5 Plus for the Playstation Vita.
A port of Dead or Alive 5 that was released for home consoles last year, the PS Vita edition of the game boasts a first-person view, touch-screen based moves and that same blistering 60 FPS speed that the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions have.
We’ve got the trailer for you after the break, but really, it shows more of the various girls lounging around in suggestive positions than showcasing them actually engaging in any fistic pursuits.
I know we blew a pretty huge load of Nintendo release dates all over the site today, but there was one glorious nugget that wasn’t mentioned on those posts and it’s that Kirby’s Star Stacker has hit the 3DS Virtual Console today and holy crap I’m excited.
Get the full list of new releases that are actually out TODAY and not at some point in the future after the jump!
The last day of Halo 2 PC Multiplayer will be February 15th. For the 20 people who still play it, I’m not making this number up, it’s really 20 people, this is sad news. Though they can still multiplayer over LAN.
We salute you 20 brave souls who doggedly stuck to an eight year old game. May flights of Covenant angels wing thee to thy rest.
Mike Pondsmith, known for his work on Mekton, Dungeons & Dragons, and the original Cyberpunk from 1988, shows his dark, film noir influences and creative processes with the upcoming Cyberpunk 2077 from CD Projekt RED.
I wouldn’t chalk this up to the best deal that Sony‘s had with the recent line of even slimmer PlayStation 3s, but if you look at how good PlayStation Plus is, it might be the best deal available over time for the price.
With a brand new console color, in what’s called a “Classic White,” this iteration of the Super Slim PS3 comes packed away with a 500 GB hard drive and a year of Sony’s online service all for $299.99.
To learn more about the upcoming iteration, click here.
In the first bit of DLC coming for PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, supposedly coming this month, we have Kat from Gravity Rush and Emmett Graves from Starhawak, both previously announced as additional fighters.
We posted a few release date highlights already, now it’s time to just unload the rest of the bunch. Nintendo revealed a healthy helping of release dates today for titles appearing on the Wii U, Nintendo 3DS, and their various eShop outlets and we are passing all of that info onto you!
In addition to the Luigi’s Mansion and Monster Hunter dates being revealed today, Nintendo also announced that LEGO City Undercover is hitting the Wii U on March 18th, my birthday. Now that you know that date, I expect all of our readers to shower me with riches.
In addition to that, LEGO City Undercover: The Chase Begins will be hitting the Nintendo 3DS on April 21st. This title will be a prequel to the Wii U title and follows Chase McCain as a rookie cop.
I’m pretty excited to see a firm launch date for LEGO City Undercover. It’s been one of the big titles I’ve been waiting for when it comes to the Wii U. The fact that it’s hitting on my birthday makes it so much sweeter, not to mention being followed up the next day by Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate!
Nintendo in all their wisdom and general awesomeness have today confirmed that their 3DSLuigi’s Mansion follow-up, Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon, has secured itself a North American release date of March 24th.
A European release date has yet to be confirmed, but honestly, I don’t think it will be one too far removed from our American cousins.