Posts Tagged ‘street fighter’
Nintendo Switch get's its first real fighting game!
Howdy folks, a couple of interesting developments have plopped into my Inbox, and I just had to share as they relate to licenses I absolutely adore getting their own board game! Fancy playing as Donatello from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? Done! Want to give M. Bison a good old slap? You got it! Got a […]
Nick abandoned me because he is a fuck head. Luckily Dave stepped in for passionate cuddling and erotic tension. Who’s the bear? grrrr
Ever wanted to watch a Fish hadouken? Well, now you can… Kind of. In the recent trend of watching fish play games, started by Fish Plays Pokémon, the latest game to continue this is Fish Plays Street Fighter. Yeah, really. It sounds absolutely ridiculous but, even though I’m not the biggest Street Fighter fan out […]
With the recent announcement at SDCC that the video game masterpiece that is The Last Of Us has been optioned for a 2016/2017 movie adaption (courtesy of horror legend Sam Raimi and video gaming’s newest messiah Neil Druckmann), my immediate reaction was actually one of dread. Not because I think that the concept of TLOU […]
A friend of mine, Kev, posted this on the GP wall…. found it rather amusing. Taylor Swift Attacked during her performance at the 2014 Grammys. Like a pro, the attack didn’t faze her and she kept on singing.
A viral ad for fictional cab company “Hadouken Cabs” has been making the rounds on the interwebs this week, and I totally wish it was real! What appears to be a cheesy Street Fighter spoof ad is actually a more subversive PS4 advert. You can view the ad below in all it’s glory, complete with […]
As some readers may know, Geek Pride was once again invited along to Play Expo in Manchester this year; hosted by Re-Play events. Last year’s expo was a sprawling, all encompassing event that had everything from pinball and classic arcade machines to cutting edge previews, and even pro gaming tournaments. This year the show was […]
This game might have come to the Playstation network/XBLA several years ago now, however it has only just been brought to this writers attention. It will never be a smash hit of a game, it won't turn heads like The Last of Us or Remember Me but it's still extremely fun, and when it all boils down to it, that's what makes a good game.
Recently I managed to catch up with Youtube sensation and video-game a-capella singer Smooth McGroove (Max Gleason) and ask him a few questions. These ranged from the possibility of touring to the evolution of his musical work and favourite games. Dear Mr Gleason, in your interview with Daily Dot you said, ‘I’d eventually like to […]