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Kombo\'s Weekly Round-Up

    Another Monday-Friday has rolled by, so you all know what time it is: Weekly Round-Up time! You can get all of your gaming goodness from the week below. We've added a new addition to the line-up, so keep your eyes peeled out for the new, individual Reviews and Features sections that have been added to the standard Monday-Friday lineup of news. That way kids, you can find our exclusive content easier than ever! That stuff's at the bottom of the page. Let us know if you think rearranging needs to be done or if you like the new Weekly Round-Up format!   As for the Round-Up? Well, it's chock-full. This was a busy week. Media and gamers were flooded with news, trailers, and announcements via gamescom in Cologne, Germany.    Get all the week's news after the break! (Hint: Mass Effect 2 is coming to the PS3!)     Read More


Clash of the Titans Review

With summer blockbusters coming to a close, so too are the games based on movies. This year has already seen its fair share of those types of games with really good ones like Toy Story 3. However, this summer’s batch of movie games is going to close out with one of the biggest disappointments with Clash of the Titans. The indication that Clash of the Titans is sub-standard effort should be fairly obvious. Rather than releasing alongside the movie release to cash in on the merchandising dollars, Clash of the Titans was delayed. Not only was that a poor business decision, it appears the game didn’t benefit from that time. It would be unfair to peg the problems squarely on Namco Bandai and developer Game Republic. The movie was delayed to give it a 3D perspective so the game suffered from massive bungling from Hollywood executives.  This had to have caused massive game production problems, which must have been tied to the release window of the movie. The resulting game is full of unfinished ideas and sloppy execution. Read More


Media: Titans Clash in New Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars Videos and Art

It's kind of funny, in a way. In the upcoming Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars, a game about pairing some of the greatest of Capcom's mighty heroes into teams against some of the finest superstars of Tatsunoko, there is one match-up in particular which I am quite looking forward to, and it doesn't involve any team pairing at all. That battle is, of course, the mighty Great Lightan against the PTX-40A "Hardballer" from Lost Planet, touted as "the finest Vital Suit ever produced." And in addition to artwork of both mighty mecha now decorating our gallery, Capcom has provided videos of the two in action, showing off some new moves they didn't have in the previous version of the title. First up: Grrrrrreat Liiiiiiiiightaaaaaan! Video Games | Tatsunoko vs. Capcom | G Lightan GameplayXBox 360 | Playstation 3 | Nintendo Wii "Oh, you've got to be kidding!" What an apt reaction. You know, for a guy who transforms into a gold lighter, I really expected more in the way of flame attacks and fireballs, rather than the sort of bursting punches he seemed to have going on. Next, it's time to get Lost. Read More


Namco Bandai Brings Home Clash of the Titans

Released in 1980, Clash of the Titans is one of my favorite films of all-time. Combining the amazing effects of Ray Harryhausen and some fine storytelling, it stands as one of the best fantasy films ever made. So, imagine my horror when a remake is announced. Oh yeah, and there's a tie-in game too. Fortunately, the game does have some potential - it's being developed by Game Republic, best known for the PS3-exclusives Folklore and Genji: Days of the Blade (yes, the Giant Enemy Crab game). The game promises "vast landscapes of swamps, mountains and the underworld", with two modes of play, allowing players to follow the film's plot or deviate and battle some original bosses created for the game. Multiplayer is also promised. Namco Bandai will be publishing the title, which is set for release in Spring of 2010 for the Xbox 360 and PS3. Read More


Media: Street Fighter IV for $20, Plus Hulk Hogan vs. Mr. T

We've already seen what some people are capable of when it comes to creating new skins for characters in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Now, that same type of ingenuity is being applied to Street Fighter IV, as some creative fans have made some alterations to the game's code to bring us a titanic clash of titans from the 80's: Mr. T vs. "Hollywood" Hulk Hogan: Unfortunately, it seems that these are restricted to only the PC version for the time being. Maybe someone will figure out how to bring them to the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions? Of course, if you prefer to stick with the console version but have not yet picked up a copy, Kotaku reports that GameStop is selling new copies for both consoles at $19.99 each-- cheaper than the PC version or even their used copies of the console games. I doubt it applies to Canada, but if it did, I'd go in to get one tonight. Read More