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News: PS4 Exclusive Ultra Street Fighter IV Gets a Rather Rousing Launch Trailer

PS4 Exclusive Ultra Street Fighter IV Gets a Rather Rousing Launch Trailer

Going pro

Ultra Street Fighter IV may be a re-release, but what a re-release it's shaping up to be. The most complete edition of Street Fighter IV – a title that's considered by many to be one of the best fighting games ever made – is heading exclusively to PlayStation 4 later this month. It'll launch on Sony's newest console with all of the...

News: M. Bison's Back and More Badass Than Ever in New Street Fighter V PS4 Trailer

M. Bison's Back and More Badass Than Ever in New Street Fighter V PS4 Trailer

Yes! Yes!

M. Bison's back to spill more blood in the upcoming PlayStation 4 console exclusive Street Fighter V. The red uniform enthusiast has always acted as one of the franchise's main antagonists, and although he wasn't quite unbeatable in Street Fighter IV, the Psycho Power wielding villain hasn't given up on crushing the competition just yet...

News: Capcom: PS4 Remasters to Represent Key Part of Our Catalogue

Capcom: PS4 Remasters to Represent Key Part of Our Catalogue

Gulp

We hope that you're not fed up of re-releases, as put upon publisher Capcom has revealed that PlayStation 4 remasters are set to represent a significant part of its business moving forwards. The iconic Japanese company recently found significant success by porting Resident Evil – itself based upon the GameCube overhaul of Shinji Mikami's...

News: Digital Only Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition Juggles a Release Date on PS4

Digital Only Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition Juggles a Release Date on PS4

Devil will cry

We hope that you're ready to slaughter some demons this summer, because Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition's decided on a release date. It'll cleave its way onto the PlayStation Store on the 23rd June, and it'll set you back £19.99/$24.99. The enhanced hack and slasher runs in 1080p at 60 frames per second, includes five playable...

News: Playable Trish Is Rocking Some Impressive Firepower in Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition

Playable Trish Is Rocking Some Impressive Firepower in Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition

Boom boom

Trish is a Devil May Cry mainstay, but she was only playable in the rather dour Devil May Cry 2. The deadly damsel returns as a playable character in Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition, however, and this video guide proves that she still has what it takes. Cool guy Vergil is playable, too - watch his combat guide through here She's...

News: Street Fighter V Targets Smashing Sales on PS4, PC

Street Fighter V Targets Smashing Sales on PS4, PC

Less than a year away

Capcom has high hopes for Street Fighter V, the PlayStation 4 and PC exclusive fighter that was officially announced late last year. As part of the Japanese publisher's latest earnings report, it announced that the brawler will release within its current fiscal year, which means that it's set to arrive anytime before 31st...

News: Ultra Street Fighter IV Gets a Release Date on PS4, Certainly Sounds Like an Ultimate Package

Ultra Street Fighter IV Gets a Release Date on PS4, Certainly Sounds Like an Ultimate Package

PS4 re-release has no input lag

Ultra Street Fighter IV has been dealt a confirmed release date on PlayStation 4, and the good news is that it's not very far away. The brawler will smash up Sony's newest console on the 26th May in both Europe and North America. The next-gen re-release will set you back $24.99, which we assume will equate to...

News: PS4 Exclusive Street Fighter V Will Encompass All That the Series Has Become and More

PS4 Exclusive Street Fighter V Will Encompass All That the Series Has Become and More

Will grow franchise's passion

Yoshinori Ono, the man behind Street Fighter's recent revival, is a cheerful chap – and he recently beamed his way through an EDGE interview about Street Fighter V. In it, he stated that the sequel will not be as straightforward as some expect, packing just as many surprises as punches. We just hope that one such...

News: Resident Evil: Revelations 2 Vita Will Rear Its Ugly Head This Summer

Resident Evil: Revelations 2 Vita Will Rear Its Ugly Head This Summer

Claire we go

Resident Evil: Revelations 2 is one of the surprise releases of 2015 so far, serving up a slice of survival horror that's both spooky and self-aware. With the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 versions already wrapped up, though, we had been starting to ponder where the promised PlayStation Vita edition had got to; fortunately, SCEA's...

News: One Research Firm Reckons Resident Evil 7 Will Release on PS4 This Year

One Research Firm Reckons Resident Evil 7 Will Release on PS4 This Year

Seeing Redfield

Resident Evil: Revelations 2 has put Capcom's survival horror series back on track, and the Japanese publisher could be looking to capitalise with the next instalment in the popular series. According to a report by research firm Super Data, it expects to see an "upswing as the next editions of several major franchises like Halo...

Review: Resident Evil: Revelations 2 (PlayStation 4)

Resident Evil: Revelations 2 (PlayStation 4)

Dead good

Resident Evil's been in a bit of a rut of late, and Resident Evil: Revelations 2 never looked like it was going to break that cycle prior to release. With dated visuals, dodgy dialogue, and rudimentary third-person shooting, the title didn't exactly put its best foot forward in press previews. But this spin-off – a successor to the...

Review: Resident Evil: Revelations 2 - Episode Four: Metamorphosis (PlayStation 4)

Resident Evil: Revelations 2 - Episode Four: Metamorphosis (PlayStation 4)

Dumb and dumber

Pin back your decaying lugholes and listen for a second: there are two endings to Resident Evil: Revelations 2, and one will leave you feeling significantly more satisfied than the other. In what's perhaps a nod to survival horror games of old, there's a throwaway choice in an earlier episode that completely changes the complexion of...

News: PS4 Exclusive Deep Down Is Aiming to Have a 10 Year Life Span

PS4 Exclusive Deep Down Is Aiming to Have a 10 Year Life Span

Still no release date, though

Always good for a tease, Capcom has released an interview with Deep Down's Teruki Miyashita. In it, the senior manager of consumer games development talks about the free-to-play title's development, it's graphical prowess, and its life span. "To make the best use of the performance of PlayStation 4, we have brought...

News: Resident Evil: Revelations 2 Will Reload with Online Raid Mode This Month

Resident Evil: Revelations 2 Will Reload with Online Raid Mode This Month

Two is better than one

Those of you eager to show off your zombie zapping skills may be thrilled to learn that Resident Evil: Revelations 2's online Raid Mode will finally launch later this month. Capcom told Eurogamer.net that the feature will be patched in on 31st March, concluding a baffling release schedule for the surprisingly good survival...