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Team Ninja has released 11 new costumes for fan appreciation today. They love us they really love us. Check them out!

Team Ninja posted on Twitter that "As our appreciation to everyone who owns DOA5, we're planning a free DLC so be sure to come back for the latest!" well today is that day. They released 11 free classic costumes for a chunk of the cast. Maybe we will see the rest of the cast too.

Classic Zak from DoA2

Classic Bayman from DoA2

Mila rockin' Tina's DoA1 costume

Christies Alternate in DoA3

There are costumes for Koroko, Helena, Gen Fu, Tina and more.

I hate that Zak always looks like a fool in DoA games. It's unfortunate for the brotha. Be sure to download the free pack on PSN and Xbox Live now. Tell us what you think in the comments. Don't be a Jimmy!

 

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2 Insane Gouken Combo Videos!

By: Cinderkin Dec 20, 2010 | 5 Comments

RuLeZ and Stiffler2100 have both created 2 Gouken Combo Videos. Gouken to me is one character who I just don't understand, and I've never seen anything like these combos before. Check it out!

RuLeZ Gouken Combo Video

 

Stiffler2100 Gouken Combo Video

I wanna play Gouken now after watching these videos. He actually looks like Ryu, and Ken's Master.

Tell us what you think in the comments. Don't be a Jimmy!

 

Source: http://www.Eventhubs.com

THOR and AMATERASU join the cast.

For those of you following Marvel vs Capcom 3 you'll know that Thor (Marvel Super Hero) and Amaterasu (Capcoms Okami) were leaked last night. Those who don't know may be happy or not about these two additions. I for one can't see myself playing a 4 legged wolf in a high speed fighting game, but thats just me. I am however happy to see Thor. He has been a long awaited character for far to long.


Check out these Pics below of the two in action.

 

 

More Info and Screens over at Eventhubs http://www.eventhubs.com/news/2010/jul/21/amaterasu-and-thor-confirmed-marvel-vs-capcom-3/

 

 

Don't be a Jimmy! Let us know what you think of the upcoming game and characters in the comments below.

 

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2 More Join The Cast of Marvel vs Capcom 3!

By: Cinderkin Aug 18, 2010 | 7 Comments

Dormammu and Viewtiful Joe Join The Cast

Dormammu is the Arch-foe of Doctor Strange. Viewtiful Joe is the star of the game with his name in the title. Today they were officially confirmed characters for the anticipated Marvel vs Capcom 3.
Veiwtiful Joe shouldn't be much of a surprise as most people noticed him hidden in the trailer for the game.  Dormammu was shown in the E3 trailer, but most of us assumed he would be a non-playable boss character.


Check out some screens below


In a surprise reveal, Sony has announced 3 more titles are coming to the Playstation Plus Update June 11th. Check it out!

June 11th PlayStation Plus Update

UNCHARTED 3: Drake’s Deception (PS3) Single Player and Free to Play Multiplayer Bundle

PSN Price: This item is only Free for PS Plus members

The highly acclaimed single player campaign of Uncharted 3, along with the Free to Play Multiplayer Mode will be available for all PS Plus members to experience, free with their membership! A search for the fabled “Atlantis of the Sands” propels fortune hunter Nathan Drake into a desperate bid for survival that strains the limits of his endurance, forcing him to confront his deepest fears.

XCOM: Enemy Unknown (PS3)

PSN Price: $39.99, Free for PS Plus members

From the award-winning creators of Civilization comes an action-strategy game about humanity’s last stand. Threatened by an unknown enemy, Earth’s governments unite to form an elite paramilitary organization, known as XCOM. As the commander of XCOM, you must create a fully operational base, research alien technologies, plan combat missions, and lead your soldiers in fierce battles against a terrifying alien invasion. The decisions you make will affect the fate of humanity. You are our last hope.

LittleBigPlanet Karting (PS3)

PSN Price: $39.99, Free for PS Plus members

Sackboy returns in a completely new Karting adventure to save the Craftworld universe! Get behind the wheel to race through fun-filled tracks, battle in hectic arenas, and collect items in open-world environments. Compete in exciting mini-games and modes unlike anything you’ve seen, and enjoy endless levels created by the LittleBigPlanet community. From game modes to weapon types, never before has Sackboy had so many customization options. If you can dream it, you can drive it!

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This Week on PSN! Deals Jimmy!

By: Cinderkin Jun 11, 2013 | 1 Comments

Week of June 11th, 2013 PSN store update. Deals and Sales for ya Jimmy!

PlayStation Store Update

PS3 Full Game

The Last of Us($59.99) (Releases 12:01 AM PST on 6/14)   Abandoned cities reclaimed by nature. A population decimated by a modern plague. Survivors are killing each other for food, weapons; whatever they can get their hands on. Joel, a brutal survivor, and Ellie, a brave young teenage girl who is wise beyond her years, must work together if they hope to survive their journey across the US.

Aliens: Colonial Marines($39.99)   In partnership with Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products and developed by critically acclaimed studio Gearbox Software, Aliens: Colonial Marines will bring new levels of bone-chilling suspense and adrenaline-filled action to the renowned franchise. The game pits players against the universe’s ultimate alien killing machines, the Xenomorphs, in claustrophobic environments guaranteed to produce blood curdling thrills.

Final Fantasy XIII-2 ($19.99)   The follow-up to the 2010 hit title, FINAL FANTASY® XIII. Set a few years after Lightning and the others saved Cocoon, some survivors have decided to start over by rebuilding on Gran Pulse. Lightning, however, is nowhere to be found and considered dead by some, but Serah believes otherwise. When her town is suddenly overrun by monsters, a mysterious man named Noel appears to save her. Together, the two set off to find Lightning…

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3DS Super Street Fighter 4 Trailer and Gameplay!

By: Cinderkin Sep 29, 2010 | 5 Comments

Capcom added a new trailer for Super Street Fighter 4 on Nintendo's 3DS, which is available in HD.


Here is the short gameplay video

 


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4 more SSF4 Alternate Costumes

By: Cinderkin Sep 15, 2010 | 6 Comments

Ono can't stop and won't stop! Four more Alternate Costumes!

Tell us what you think in the comments. Don't be a Jimmy!

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5 More SSF4 Alternate Costumes!

By: Cinderkin Sep 16, 2010 | 8 Comments

Even more concept sketches for the new Super Street Fighter 4 costumes have been added to this story from Yoshinori Ono.

 

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This Week on PSN! Deals Jimmy!

By: Cinderkin Apr 10, 2013 | 2 Comments

This week on the Playstation Network offers up a bunch of titles on sale, some new games, and for PS+ members some serious deals jimmy! Check it out.

With the release of the action packed Guacamelee! hitting the store with it's cross buy promotion. Meaning if you buy it for the PS3 you score a PS Vita copy for free.There are also some sweet PS3 digital games dropping in this week Including Anarchy Reigns and more. Check out the full list below.

 

PS3 Full Games

Anarchy Reigns ($29.99)

Anarchy Reigns

  • Battle to become the ultimate survivor as you choose from 16 characters, each with their own unique style, weapon, and signature kill move. Play as Jack or Leo in the two part story-driven campaign mode, then jump into Multiplayer mayhem with modes like Battle Royale, Death Match, Team Battle, Survival Co-op and more.


ESRB: M // File Size: 12.9 GB

John Daly’s Prostroke Golf ($14.99)

John Dalys Prostroke Golf

  • Grip it and rip it with me in John Daly’s ProStroke Golf. With great control and realism, you can shape your shots and bomb down the fairway just like in real golf. Beginners can hit good shots and experienced players can hit great ones!


ESRB: E // File Size: 2.2 GB

 Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X. ($19.99)

Tom Clancys HAWX

  • Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X aerial warfare has evolved. As a member of the ultra-secret H.A.W.X. squadron, you are one of the chosen few, one of the truly elite. You will use finely honed reflexes, bleeding-edge technology and ultra-sophisticated aircraft – their existence denied by many governments – to dominate the skies.


ESRB: T // File Size: 6.6 GB

XCOM: Enemy Unknown ($39.99)

XCOM Enemy Unknown

  • Threatened by an unknown enemy, Earth’s governments unite to form an elite paramilitary organization, known as XCOM. As the commander of XCOM, you must create a fully operational base, research alien technologies, plan combat missions, and lead your soldiers in fierce battles against a terrifying alien invasion. The decisions you make will affect the fate of humanity. You are our last hope.


ESRB: M // File Size: 7.6 GB

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Guacamelee! ($14.99, Cross-Buy with PS Vita)

Guacamelee

  • Guacamelee! is an action platformer where YOU take the role of a luchador to combat the evil Carlos Calaca and his hordes of undead minions to rescue the kidnapped El Presidente’s Daughter (the most beautiful girl in the entire world). Also includes chickens.


ESRB: E10+ // File Size: 327 MB

PS Vita

Guacamelee! ($14.99, Cross-Buy with PS3)

Guacamelee

  • Guacamelee! is an action platformer where YOU take the role of a luchador to combat the evil Carlos Calaca and his hordes of undead minions to rescue the kidnapped El Presidente’s Daughter (the most beautiful girl in the entire world). Also includes chickens.


ESRB: E10+ // File Size: 327 MB

Table Mini Golf ($1.99)

Table Mini Golf

  • Tee off in style and polish your putting technique on amazing Table Mini Golf courses that spring into life on any flat surface!
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ESRB: E // File Size: 149 MB

PS2 Classics

Fatal Frame ($9.99)

Fatal Frame

  • Miku’s brother has gone missing after visiting the haunted Himuro mansion. Armed with only her Camera Obscura, can she save him from the ghosts?


ESRB: T // File Size: 2.6 GB

PSone Imports

Evergreen Avenue ($5.99)

Evergreen Avenue

  • Help reform the bonds between humanity and the celestial realm by visiting with seven spirits and passing their trials. Part simulation, part puzzle game, Evergreen Avenue has you competing with your rival to determine who is more fit to become the envoy of the spirits.

File Size: 317 MB

Favorite Dear – Jyunpaku No Yogensha ($5.99)

  • Favorite Dear
  • The sequel to ~Enkan no Monogatari~ , Favorite Dear ~Jyunpaku no Yogensha~ continues to blend RPG and simulation elements while following a brand new adventure.Players control an angel who must raise and train a hero. As the world changes before their eyes, they must seek out the truth and bring peace to the land.
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File Size: 317 MB

 

Zero Kara No Mahjong Youchien Tamago-Gumi ($5.99)

Zero Kara No Mahjong Youchien Tamago-Gumi

  • This is the mahjong game for everyone who’s wanted to learn how to play but just couldn’t find the time! The “Tamahiyo” mode lets players take basic lessons and advancement tests so they can ease into the game. Once the rules are mastered, it’s time to challenge other unique players. The tournament and free modes are perfect for putting players’ skills to the test.


File Size: 80.4 MB

Bundles

Borderlands Bundle ($29.99)

Borderlands Bundle

  • Calling all Vault Hunters! Now is your chance to try the amazingly addictive Borderlands experience from the beginning. For the first time, Borderlands and Borderlands 2 are available for one great price. Play Borderlands, the game that defined the role-playing shooter and continue the experience with four all new vault hunters in Borderlands 2. Mayhem Awaits. Bring Friends.


ESRB: M // File Size: 3.3 GB

PlayStation Plus

PlayStation Store Update 4-9-2013

Learn more and purchase online or go to the PlayStation Store to activate instantly. For more on this week’s deals, check out Monday’s PS Plus update.

Instant Game Collection

  • Labyrinth Legends (PS3)

Timed Trial

  • Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X Timed Trial

Discounts

  • Guacamelee! (Cross-Buy with PS Vita) – PS Plus Price $11.99
  • Guacamelee! Vita (Cross-Buy with PS3) – PS Plus Price $11.99
  • Borderlands 2 – PS Plus Price $19.99
  • Borderlands – PS Plus Price $6.99
  • Borderlands & Borderlands 2 Bundle – PS Plus Price $20.99
  • Zombie Driver HD – PS Plus Price $5.99
  • Zombie Driver HD + Soundtrack – PS Plus Price $7.79
  • Zombie Driver HD Soundtrack – PS Plus Price $2.99
  • Zombie Driver HD Apocalypse Pack – PS Plus Price $1.79
  • Borderlands: The Secret Armory Of General Knoxx – PS Plus Price $3.49
  • Borderlands: Zombie Island – PS Plus Price $3.49
  • Borderlands: New Revolution – PS Plus Price $3.49
  • Borderlands: The Underdome – PS Plus Price $3.49

Price Change

  • Buzz! Master Quiz – PSP Game (now: $14.99 original price: $19.99)
  • Cars 2: The Videogame – PSP Game (now: $14.99 original price: $19.99)
  • Epic Mickey 2 – PS3 Game (now: $39.99 original price: $59.99)
  • God of War: Chains of Olympus – PSP Game (now: $14.99 original price: $19.99)
  • God of War: Ghost of Sparta – PSP Game (now: $14.99 original price: $19.99)
  • Gran Turismo – PSP Game (now: $14.99 original price: $19.99)
  • Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee 2 – PSP Game (now: $14.99 original price: $19.99)
  • Jak & Daxter: The Lost Frontier – PSP Game (now: $14.99 original price: $19.99)
  • Jeanne D’Arc – PSP Game (now: $14.99 original price: $22.99)
  • Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning – PS3 Game (now: $19.99 original price: $29.99)
  • LEGO Batman 2 – PS Vita Game (now: $19.99 original price: $39.99)
  • LEGO Batman 2 – PS3 Game (now: $29.99 original price: $49.99)
  • LEGO Lord of the Rings – PS Vita Game (now: $29.99 original price: $39.99)
  • LEGO Lord of the Rings – PS3 Game (now: $39.99 original price: $49.99)
  • LittleBigPlanet – PSP Game (now: $14.99 original price: $19.99)
  • LocoRoco – PSP Game (now: $5.99 original price: $7.99)
  • Medal of Honor: Warfighter – PS3 Game (now: $19.99 original price: $29.99)
  • ModNation Racers – PSP Game (now: $14.99 original price: $29.99)
  • Mortal Kombat – PS3 Game (now: $19.99 original price: $29.99)
  • Parappa the Rapper – PSP Game (now: $14.99 original price: $22.99)
  • Pursuit Force – PSP Game (now: $14.99 original price: $22.99)
  • Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice – PSP Game (now: $14.99 original price: $22.99)
  • Resistance: Retribution – PSP Game (now: $14.99 original price: $19.99)
  • Rise of the Guardians – PS3 Game (now: $29.99 original price: $39.99)
  • Secret Agent Clank – PSP Game (now: $14.99 original price: $19.99)
  • Sega Bass Fishing – PS3 Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Shay Samurai Dynamic Theme – PS3 Theme (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)
  • SOCOM U.S. Navy Seals Fireteam Bravo 2 – PSP Game (now: $14.99 original price: $19.99)
  • SOCOM U.S. Navy Seals Fireteam Bravo 3 – PSP Game (now: $14.99 original price: $29.99)
  • Space Channel 5 Part 2 – PS3 Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Spy Hunter – PS Vita Game (now: $19.99 original price: $35.99)
  • Tehmeena Volleyball Dynamic Theme – PSP Theme (now: $1.99 original price: 3.99) 

Sales

  • Feisty Feet – PS mini (now: $1.99 original price: $2.99)
  • Hyperballoid HD – PS3 Game (now: $2.99 original price: $4.99)
  • Magic Orbz – PS3 Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Sports Champions 2 – PS3 Game (now: $24.99 original price: $29.99)
  • The Testament of Sherlock Holmes – PS3 Game (now: $19.99 original price: $39.99)
  • Yggdra Union – PSP Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99) 

Borderlands Franchise Sale

  • Borderlands – PS3 Game (now: $9.99 original price: $19.99)
  • New Revolution Pack – Borderlands Add-On (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • The Secret Armory of General Knoxx – Borderlands Add-On (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • The Underdome – Borderlands Add-On (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Zombie Island – Borderlands Add-On (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Borderlands 2 – PS3 Game (now: $24.99 original price: $59.99)
  • Mechromancer Pack – Borderlands 2 Add-On (now: $7.49 original price: $9.99)
  • Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate’s Booty – Borderlands 2 Add-On (now: $7.49 original price: $9.99)
  • Campaign of Carnage – Borderlands 2 Add-On (now: $7.49 original price: $9.99)
  • Sir Hammerlock’s Big Game Hunt – Borderlands 2 Add-On (now: $7.49 original price: $9.99) 

Hole-in-One Sale

  • Hot Shots Golf Open Tee – PSP/PS Vita Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Hot Shots Golf 2 – PS3/PSP/PS Vita Game (now: $2.99 original price: $5.99)
  • Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational –PS Vita Game (now: $24.99 original price: $35.99)
  • Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational Online Pass – PS Vita Add-On (now: $6.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Hot Shots Golf Costume Pack 3 – PS3 Add-On (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • Hot Shots Golf Costume Pack 4 – PS3 Add-On (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • Hot Shots Golf Fall Fashion Line – PS3 Add-On (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • Hot Shots Golf Kratos Character – PS3 Add-On (now: FREE original price: $1.99)
  • Hot Shots Character Alex – PS3 Add-On (now: $0.49 original price: $0.99)
  • Hot Shots Golf Character Gloria – PS3 Add-On (now: $0.49 original price: $0.99)
  • Hot Shots Golf New Costume Pack – PS3 Add-On (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • Hot Shots Golf Golfasaurus-Rex BCC Course – PS3 Add-On (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • Hot Shots Golf Oceania Course – PS3 Add-On (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • Hot Shots Golf Sackboy Character – PS3 Add-On (now: FREE original price: $1.99)
  • Hot Shots Golf: Out of Bounds Complete Collection – PS3 Add-On (now: $14.99 original price: $24.99)

Zombie Driver HD Sale

  • Zombie Driver HD – PS3 Game (now: $7.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Apocalypse Pack – PS3 Add-On (now: $2.39 original price: $2.99)
  • Soundtrack – PS3 Game (now: $3.99 original price: $4.99)
  • Zombie Driver HD + Soundtrack – PS3 Bundle (now: $10.39 original price: $12.99)

PS Vita Add-ons Table Mini Golf

  • Toy Land Course Pack ($0.99) – Take a trip to Toy Land and get a brand new Table Mini Golf theme with 18 extra holes to test your golfing skills.

PS3 Add-ons Anarchy Reigns

  • Bayonetta Character ($0.99) – This exclusive pack brings Bayonetta as a playable character to the close combat brawler, ANARCHY REIGNS.
  • Extra Characters DLC ($1.99) – With this pack, unlock two very different playable characters, BIG BULL and ZERO, from the start of ANARCHY REIGNS.
  • Multiplayer Modes DLC ($1.99) – These exclusive modes offer a different gameplay experience to that available in the standard edition of ANARCHY REIGNS.

Call of Duty: Black Ops II These Add-ons will go live on PSN Thursday night

  • Africa Pack ($0.99) – Leave your international calling card with the Africa Flags of the World Calling Card Pack, which includes national flag-themed Calling Cards from countries located in this region.
  • Asia-Pacific Pack ($0.99) – Leave your international calling card with the Asia-Pacific Flags of the World Calling Card Pack, which includes national flag-themed Calling Cards from countries located in this region.
  • Bacon Pack ($1.99) – Inspired by everyone’s favorite savory snack, the Call of Duty: Black Ops II Bacon MP Personalization Pack comes loaded with a bacon-wrapped weapon skin, three uniquely-shaped reticles, and an all-new themed Calling Card by which your enemies can remember you. (NOTICE: Reticles will only be available for ACOG, EOTech, Hybrid and Reflex optics.)
  • Benjamins Pack ($1.99) – The Call of Duty: Black Ops II Benjamins MP Personalization Pack boasts a cash-themed weapon skin, three uniquely-shaped reticles, and an all-new themed Calling Card by which your enemies can remember you. (NOTICE: Reticles will only be available for ACOG, EOTech, Hybrid and Reflex optics.)
  • Dia De Muertos Pack ($1.99) – Inspired by traditional Day of the Dead symbology, the Call of Duty: Black Ops II Dia de los Muertos MP Personalization Pack comes loaded with a skull-themed weapon skin, three uniquely-shaped reticles, and an all-new themed Calling Card by which your enemies can remember you. (NOTICE: Reticles will only be available for ACOG, EOTech, Hybrid and Reflex optics.)
  • Europe Pack ($0.99) – Leave your international calling card with the Europe Flags of the World Calling Card Pack, which includes national flag-themed Calling Cards from countries located in this region.
  • Extra Slots Pack ($1.99) – The Extra Slots Pack increases the number of customizable Create-A-Class sets and expands media storage. Activision does not guarantee online media storage, will not provide refunds if stored media is lost or access to data is interrupted, and may discontinue online storage (or reduce such storage) at any time following one year from your purchase without notice. By purchasing, you agree to the above.
  • Graffiti Pack ($1.99) – Inspired by aerosol artists of cities worldwide, the Call of Duty: Black Ops II Graffiti MP Personalization Pack is loaded with a graffiti-themed weapon skin, three uniquely-shaped reticles, and an all-new themed Calling Card, your enemies won’t soon forget who tagged them up. (NOTICE: Reticles will only be available for ACOG, EOTech, Hybrid and Reflex optics.)
  • Jungle Warfare Pack ($1.99) – Inspired by classic military jungle fatigues, the Call of Duty: Black Ops II Jungle Warfare MP Personalization Pack comes loaded with a jungle camo-themed weapon skin, three uniquely-shaped reticles, and an all-new themed Calling Card by which your enemies can remember you. (NOTICE: Reticles will only be available for ACOG, EOTech, Hybrid and Reflex optics.)
  • Kawaii Pack ($1.99) – Inspired by the ‘happy-go-lucky’ sub-culture of Japanese Pop Art, the Call of Duty: Black Ops II Kawaii MP Personalization Pack comes loaded with a Kawaii-themed weapon skin, three uniquely-shaped reticles, and an all-new themed Calling Card by which your enemies can remember you. (NOTICE: Reticles will only be available for ACOG, EOTech, Hybrid and Reflex optics.)
  • Nuketown Zombies Map ($4.99) – Battle Zombies in this 1960s nuclear neighborhood.
  • North America Pack ($0.99) – Leave your international calling card with the North America Flags of the World Calling Card Pack, which includes national flag-themed Calling Cards from countries located in this region.
  • Party Rock Pack ($1.99) – Inspired by the loud fashions of 1980s pop rock, the Call of Duty: Black Ops II Party Rock MP Personalization Pack comes loaded with an animal print-themed weapon skin, three uniquely-shaped reticles, and an all-new themed Calling Card by which your enemies can remember you. (NOTICE: Reticles will only be available for ACOG, EOTech, Hybrid and Reflex optics.)
  • South America Pack ($0.99) – Leave your international calling card with the South America Flags of the World Calling Card Pack, which includes national flag-themed Calling Cards from countries located in this region.
  • Viper Pack ($1.99) – Inspired by the camouflaged scales of the deadly Viper, the Call of Duty: Black Ops II Viper MP Personalization Pack comes loaded with a snakeskin-themed weapon skin, three uniquely-shaped reticles, and an all-new themed Calling Card by which your enemies can remember you. (NOTICE: Reticles will only be available for ACOG, EOTech, Hybrid and Reflex optics.)
  • Zombies Pack ($1.99) – Inspired by hordes of apocalyptic zombies, the Call of Duty: Black Ops II Zombies MP Personalization Pack comes loaded with a Zombies-themed weapon skin, three uniquely-shaped reticles, and an all-new themed Calling Card by which your enemies can remember you. (NOTICE: Reticles will only be available for ACOG, EOTech, Hybrid and Reflex optics.)

Fuel Overdose

  • Mercenary Vehicle Pack (Free) – Download this additional content and explore the universe of Fuel Overdose with 5 these eccentric and powerful vehicles: Monster Truck, Loader, Limousine, Hovercraft and Military.

Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory

  • Blanc’s Ehehe/Bleh Fox Accessory ($0.99) – An accessory just for Blanc. A Japanese-style mask that has a bit of tongue exposed if you look closely.
  • Gamindustri Extra Fancy Set ($0.99) – The best accessories in all of Gamindustri.
  • Histy Accessory ($0.99) – An accessory just for Neptune. It’s an Histoire doll she can wear on her head!
  • Noire’s Face Visor ($0.99) – An accessory just for Noire. She made this face visor for cosplay use.
  • Peashy’s Mr. Bee Hat ($0.99) – An accessory just for Peashy. A cute hat in the shape of a bee.
  • Plutia’s Sleepy-Time Cap ($0.99) – An accessory just for Plutia. She loves sleeping in this.
  • Sack ‘O Scouts ($1.99) – The Scouts ‘Jinguji Kei,’ ‘Mina Nishizawa,’ and ‘Chika Hakozaki’ will be added to your roster. *You must have progressed to at least Chapter 3. Enter Planeptune to activate this content.
  • Shampuru Puru! (Free) – An overwhelming battle against the shampurus from Mugen Souls awaits you at the Colosseum. *To access, the Colosseum must be unlocked.
  • Vert’s Sister Accessory ($0.99) – An accessory just for Vert. A nun’s black veil. Does she look more angelic?

Injustice: Gods Among Us

  • Season Pass ($14.99) – The Injustice Season Pass includes the Flashpoint Skin Pack and four downloadable characters for the price of three. All content must be accessed through the Injustice in-game store. All DLC packs will be released by August 2013.

LittleBigPlanet Karting

  • UFG General Costume & Kart ($1.49) – Download this costume to dress your Sackboy up like developer UFG’s General! Set also includes Arcade Cabinet Kart.

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance

  • Jetstream Story DLC ($9.99) – Featuring hours of all-new gameplay, assume the role of Desperado cyborg, “Sam”, as he challenges the world’s biggest private military corporation.

MUD FIM Motocross World Championship

  •  Land of Albion Stage ($5.99) – Freestyle thrills with pirates and galleons in the new English MUD arena! 

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3

  • Special Costume Pack ($2.99) – It’s not just NARUTO fans who enjoy cosplay — NARUTO characters do, too! This costume pack contains cowboy, pirate, matador, gondolier, kimono, and even German lederhosen costumes for Naruto, as well as a bonus Napoleon outfit for Sasuke.
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Tomb Raider

  • 1939 MP Maps ($3.99) – Wartime Bunker: Dating back to the World War II experiments conducted on the island, this bunker is a deadly maze of brick and mortar that could easily become a tomb. Forest Meadow: This forest meadow is a hunting ground, filled with open spaces that can be advantageous and dangerous at the same time. Who is the hunter and who is the hunted?
  • Outfit Pack ($2.99) – A 3-pack bundle of outfits for Lara — the Hunter, Aviatrix and Guerilla outfits.

PS3 Themes

  • Deep Space Static Theme ($1.99)
  • Final Frontier Static Theme ($1.99)
  • NBA: 76ers Center Court Static Theme ($1.99)
  • NBA: Bobcats Center Court Static Theme ($1.99)
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The Legend of Chun-Li isn't just a movie, it's proof of the Second Law of Thermodynamics: everything can always get worse, even the Street Fighter movie franchise.

Taken from the funny article on http://www.cracked.com

 


The Good Old Days, and The First Time This Has Ever Been Described Positively

Street Fighter was written off as the worst thing to happen to video games since the thumb-eating venereal spiders; but The Legend of Chun-Li was made to make sure we ended up like everyone else who insults Van Damme: in pain and regretting it. Legend is measurably worse than Van Damme's effort in every way, and I know because I measured the game, the movie and Legend in various categories. Also: I can no longer smile, and now think "action" is a noise people make when they sneeze.

#7. CHUN-LI

Game: A Chinese expert martial artist Interpol agent

Movie: A Chinese television reporter

Legend: A Canadian pianist

In Street Fighter, Chun-Li pranced around like a seven-year-old pretending to hit people, giving her seven years more martial arts experience than Legend's Kirstin Kreuk, whose entire acting history of violent encounters is "wanting to sleep with Superman." While that does demonstrate incredible physical bravery it falls a bit short of being an Asian martial artist in important categories like being Asian and knowing martial arts.

She spends the first half-hour undergoing advanced Michael Jacksonification, morphing from an incredibly Chinese child to a skin tone that has only been achieved by Asians who are dead and under a flood light.


One of these kids is not like the others.

The script doesn't help, taking her to Hong Kong, Bangkok street markets and an Asian cyber-cafe where she's the only non-Asian person in sight, and a clear foot taller than everyone else.

Also: If you're casting Chun-Li and have to choose between acting and kung fu abilities, play the game. Compare the number of monologues and kicks to the face. In the game, Chun-Li can levitate while doing the rotating splits and kick you exactly one thousand times in two seconds. In the movie, she's a classical pianist, and there's exactly as much action as that implies. She throws punches like she's showing off a manicure and kicks like she's trying to shake tissue paper from her high-heels.

They'd have been better off if they hired a gigantic Russian man in a speedo--at least he'd look like someone in the game and be able to fight.

#6. THE VILLAIN

Game: Psychically powered crime lord travels the world collecting mortal enemies like Pokemon

Movie: Campy comedic actor with hoverboots demands Dr-Evil-scale ransom

Legend: The Lucky Charms leprechaun deals in real estate

Raul Julia acted like his whole movie was a pantomime and displayed so little knowledge of the game that he probably thought a joystick was something you rented from a Thai ladyboy. But at least he was obviously enjoying himself. Raising the total number of people enjoying the movie to "One," or "One more than Legend of Chun-Li."

If Legend's piano-playing Chun-Li was hit by a pussification ray, Bison seems to have been built out of spare parts from a vaginoplasty clinic. Neil McDonough is so unbelievably wimpy-looking; he played Bruce Banner in the 1996 Hulk series remake and a red-shirt in Star Trek, two characters who were specifically meant to convey the idea of "easily defeated wimp." The same insane casting director who hired a Canadian to play Chun-Li also hired a midget to play the final boss and told him to act Irish. There's such random nationality reassignment in this movie, you're half expecting Zangief to crop up chanting "U-S-A U-S-A!"


That little munchkin looks like he could be beaten up by his own wineglass.

McDonough's Bison is such an unbelievable pussy you couldn't even use him in a porno without adding two fire trucks and an explosion to balance him out. He's meant to be the ultimate unarmed combatant and the only people he punches in the entire movie are a chained-up secretary and an unborn fetus. This is actually smart since he appears to have mistakenly received all his martial arts training from a sign-language instructor. They use every trick they can to make him look threatening, from perspective shots to (I wish I was kidding) playing an actual tiger sound effect every time he does anything, but it's still about as threatening as a cuddle party.

#5. ACCENTS

Game: Authentic original language (in Super Street Fighter IV)

Movie: Jean-Claude Van Damme!

Legend: EVEN WORSE!

Van Damme's motivating speech is rightly famous, just as the Hindenburg is a well-known aircraft.

If accents were computer equipment Van Damme would be the world's most powerful electromagnet. But McDonough somehow manages to top him in every scene, remembering a different Oirish stereotype with each line, and mauling it with the fury of a thousand Hadoukens. He's about as Irish as the Queen setting fire to a the Guinness brewery and far less fun to watch.

What's truly tragic is that someone went to all the effort of teaching Kristin Chinese. She switches between location-specific (if appalling) Cantonese and Mandarin, meaning there were clearly expert Chinesologists on set but every time they said, "You know she's white, right?" they were sued for racial discrimination. Her tongue does more violence to the language in one sentence than the rest of her body does to anything else in the movie.

#4. OTHER CHARACTERS

Game: Random collection of master martial artists

Movie: Random assholes with the same names

Legend: Random assholes

If your Street Fighter scriptwriter delivers a single character who isn't in the games, punch him in the face. I guarantee he won't know enough about violence to block it.


It's not like they don't have enough to choose from.

Street Fighter: Van Damme might have turned World Warriors into a collection of scientists and sound-men, but it at least remembered

A) to actually put them in the movie

B) to put Kylie Minogue in pigtails and a tight top, which to this day remains the only reason I let the casting director survive.

Legend introduces two new characters designed solely to piss the viewers off: one's an Interpol agent, another's a police officer--both things Chun-Li's character was supposed to be instead of a pianist. "Nash" looks like Danny DeVito's character in Twins, but if Nicolas Cage and Keanu Reeves were the parents. But detective Sunee manages to be the most distracting thing in the film. She's played by Moon Bloodgood, which adds inventing a Street Fighter character less violent than the actor's real name to the film's list of impressive accomplishments. Together they are the worst cops ever.


If she works the vice squad it's entrapment.

Legend also features Michael Clark Duncan as Balrog. You might remember him from the game as the giant boxer, a sport that if you'd recognize as relying on the ability to punch. Or you'd know that if you didn't make this movie, in which Balrog uses a combination of wrestling moves, shoulder-charges, pistols, the steel pipe from Commando and, at one point, a rocket launcher in a desperate quest to avoid ever actually touching someone with his fists.

While the filmmakers get every character wrong, Duncan's Balrog suggests that they were actually trying to get it wrong, possibly as a part of some large scale conspiracy to make the Mortal Kombat franchise seem not horrible.


#3 FIGHTING

Game: Millions of players engaged in hours of expert combat

Movie: Comical

Legend: The entire cast and crew were hired at an anti-violence protest for cripples

Street Fighter: The Movie might have had the most poorly choreographed fight scenes since the Star Wars Kid got in front of a camcorder, but Van Damme is at least known for fighting. Of Legend's 96-minute runtime there are maybe five minutes of fisticuffs, and they only count because of the anesthetic effects of the rest of the movie. They spend longer in temples and boardrooms than in combat. If you got a paper cut after watching this you'd expect time to slow down and the Requiem for a Dream theme to start playing because it would be the most dramatic violence you'd seen in hours.

They were especially challenged by how neither of the leads could land a blow on a sleeping sumo wrestler, leading to an incredible number of jump cuts and half of everyone involved being out of frame, under the impression that if at least the camera man was leaping around and cutting people in half with the edge of the frame it'd look like violence. That would be unforgivable in any fighting flick, but where the entire point of the game is "two people visibly hitting each other" we'll have to invent five new gods just to not forgive the filmmakers hard enough.

Short form: If you're a full half-hour into your action movie before the title character hits someone, kill everyone involved including yourself, but spare the Key Grip so that future action filmmakers will learn from your tragedy.

#2. SPECIAL MOVES

Game: Assortment of brilliantly lunatic movies

Movie: A few punches and kicks which sort of look a bit like the game's special moves, if you squint and you've been hit in the head by every single one of them

Legend: They might as well have thrown a blue shell at someone

They spend the entire movie building up to Chun-Li's ability to throw fireballs. Protip: don't spend an entire Street Fighter movie preparing the characters for being Street Fighters. Worse, Chun-Li can throw fireballs the way Wolverine can murder you with his eyes; sure, it's possible, but they've got friends way better at it and better known moves of their own. The one thing the film gets right is that her fireball is just as pathetic and totally ineffective as in the game.

When she finally launches into a Spinning Bird Kick to beat up five gunmen, it takes place in a room full of stripper poles. This scene shouldn't have just been good, it should have been ten thousand nerd dreams coalesced into one wet wand of pandering cinema. And when you've released Street Fighter: Legend of This Time We're Just Focusing On The Hot Asian, "pandering" is no longer a flaw but your entire marketing strategy. It even makes sense, since a strip club is the only place you could conceivably find Chun-Li's costume.

Yes, the filmmakers torture us for a good hour of racially insulting, intelligence assaulting build up only to provide a set up that could redeem the whole thing. An accountants convention couldn't make the concept of "Chinese girl beats off men by doing the splits upside down and spinning" boring if they injected your brain and genitals with Novocain. These guys did it with a camera.

#1. K.O.

Game: A globe-spanning series of battles capped by a final climactic battle (and 20 continues)

Movie: Guile punches Bison into the world's first television-based atomic reactor

Legend: Bison staggers around with powder in his eyes, wondering who stole this ending from a Disney movie

Legend's final showdown is a worse catalog of disaster than Skymall For Supervillains. Chun-Li defeats her mortal enemy by accident, knocking cement powder from an utterly unexplained building site in the heart of Bison's fortress into his eyes. He staggers around like a crippled Make-a-Wish kid whose final desire was to be a guest villain in Home Alone, waiting a full five minutes until Chun-Li believes in herself hard enough to throw a fireball, despite having absolutely no reason to do that instead of just walking over and kicking him.

Legend isn't just a poor sequel, it's an attempt to rewrite history. The plan was clearly for it to suck so badly it would become a black hole, travel back in time and make Van Damme's movie look brilliant by comparison, and that would have worked. If we'd seen Legend first, Van Damme's "sequel" would have been so much better it would actually have been called Street Fighter II.

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