Fans of Sol Badguy and Ky-Kiske can rejoice in the return of the Guilty Gear games! The newest title in the series will be called Guilty Gear Xrd -Sign- and will run on the Unreal Engine, which is a first for Arc System Works' famed fighting game series. Thanks to the new announcement trailer, we get to see the game in motion.
The season finale of SNL was the fifth time that Ben Affleck has hosted the show, officially making him a member of the "Fiver Timers" club. You may remember the pomp and circumstance that surrounded Justin Timberlake when he joined this elite group, so how was the Oscar-winning director of 'Argo' inducted?
Of course there was an 'Argo' sketch on last night's SNL. How could you get Ben Affleck to host and not have some kind of 'Argo' sketch? However, what they came up with proved much stranger and much funnier than you'd expect. What if Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad protested 'Argo' by making a movie about the making of 'Argo'? Well, now we know!
Hungry for more Resident Evil goodness? Well, you better develop some sea legs before you step aboard the S.S. Queen Zenobia in the upcoming console remake of Resident Evil: Revelations. And just to give you a refresher on what the game is all about, Capcom has released a new video in which CapcomUnity's Brelston takes a look at the game's more distinguishing aspects.
With Weekend Update anchor Seth Meyers leaving SNL to take over hosing duties on 'Late Night' next year, last night's season finale of everyone's favorite comedy show quietly sent him off in style. In addition to an epic reunion with Stefon, Meyers also got to team up with his former co-anchor, the great Amy Poehler, one last time.
Last night's season finale of SNL was a huge deal. Not because Ben Affleck was hosting (although he was great), but because it was the final episode for Bill Hader and head writer/Weekend Update anchor Seth Meyers. The show had to send them off in style and that could only mean one thing: the final appearance of Stefon.
Hey, do you know the secret of Team Fortress 2's success? Is it the gameplay? Nope. The great characters? Maybe a little. While these things make up a lot of what is awesome about the game, the heart of Team Fortress 2 rests in its hats. And now that the first community-created update, Robotic Boogaloo, has gone live, there are even more hats in the game!