Rivals of Aether is an indie fighting game developed by Dan Fornace and published on Xbox One via the ID@Xbox program. The game features many modes and many characters. Featuring a fighting style that may remind you of such games as Super Smash Bro, this game is great fun to play casually and competitively.
Marvel Vs Capcom has had a lot of quiet years hiding in the shadows. I'm genuinely surprised we haven't had a another Marvel Vs Capcom sooner with the growing volume of Marvel films. But it appears they were merely biding their time. I've not played a lot of Capcom games but I can appreciate the fan-base. More than that, I can appreciate Megaman and Iron man going ham on each other. Check out the gameplay trailer below:
The killer Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 is finally out to play on Xbox One! Join Naruto and his friends as they fight to protect the entire ninja world in the conclusion to the epic Naruto Shippuden storyline.
Experience intense anime inspired graphics and more immersive combat than ever before in the deadly ninja fight em' up. The game ties with events in the anime and even leads you into what transpires afterwards, allowing you to go on quests and fight incredible opponents.
The year is 1984. You are Hasbro and you want to sell kids toys to a modern American audience for as cheap as possible. So what you do is buy up a ton of Japanese transforming toys (like Diaclone, Microchangers and Macross to name a few) and dub over a cartoon of them all fighting in an epic battle for the future of Earth to act as a 30 minute advert for your toys. Transformers Generation 1 was born and it created a lasting image in peoples minds that burns bright to this day.
It goes without saying that the Transformers franchise is very broad nowadays (between the comics, RID 2015, Combiner Wars, 'G1' and everything in-between) but the games have always been a point of contention. The movie games have usually been terrible and the last 'good' mainline game (for me) was the PlayStation 2's 'Transformers' game based on the Armada sub-line. The War for Cybertron and Fall of Cybertron games by High Moon Studios were amazing but took a very unique aesthetic of their own (being set in a universe timeline where the Autobots and Decepticons had never been to Earth) so many of the vehicle modes were very unique and alien looking, which doesn't lie very well with people who prefer the boxy and 'vintage' look of the 80's toys and cartoons. This brings us to the new game: Transformers Devastation, which hopes to bring back some of the magic of the original cartoon and deliver it in a very modern and high-octane package.