Of the big three hardware manufacturers, Nintendo has the longest and richest history in terms of its retro content. The NES, SNES, N64, GameCube, and Wii provided some of the best games of their respective generations, and so did Nintendo’s highly successful handhelds. But now that we know that the Virtual Console is gone for good, how are we going to access this content?
After the recent release of Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. Ultimate on the Switch turning out to be an overwhelming success, I’m sure many of you are having a great time with it, myself Included. But we thought we would look at some other fighting games from passed releases.
It is bitingly cold outside and the nights are drawing in and up and down the country, there is the slight hint of sleigh bells ringing. So, it is definitely time for Microsoft to warm us all up, which it is doing with it’s ‘Winter Of Arcade‘ promotion for XBox...
The last couple of years have been a very busy period when it comes to fighting games and the fighting game community (FGC). Whether you’re a champion, competitor, or casual fan, now might be the best time yet to start dipping your feet into the water of fighting games.
The long-running story of domestic abuse claims made against former EVO champion Infiltration has come to an end, and with it, so have his ties to the sponsor/team Panda Global on November 15th. The fallout of this story, as well as the decisions made by both PG and Infiltration, tell us a lot about the current climate of esports.
By now, you may have heard about the honest-to-goodness entries under this title. This is because Super Smash Bros Ultimate is not a simple remake of the version that was brought forth by Nintendo 3DS or Wii U. Other than this, the developers of this game have also added new fighters in the game alongside the DLC, third-party characters from the previous version.