Square Enix’s media blitz continues with 20 new FFXIII screens. Check ’em out!
Sony Online Entertainment has released a batch of renders and concept art for Zatanna Zatara in DC Universe Online for PC and PS3. One of the reasons I prefer DC over Marvel is its excellent secondary characters. Zatanna totally fits the bill. She’s a sexy lady in a ridiculous costumer (fishnets?!?) and her formidable powers come from saying words backwards. It’s so wacky that I love it (and her)! Hopefully her stupid alternate costumer with the dumb headpiece will be available as well.
I am not responsible for any drool that falls on your keyboard (or phone) as you look at these screens.
Here are five screens from the upcoming Dragon Age: Awakening expansion pack. Highlights include a shot of The Architect and a spectral dragon. The new dragon looks totally cool. Based purely on looks, The Architect looks like a tool. There’s nothing menacing about a grinning undead dude. Hopefully his deeds are more dastardly.
Capcom community ace and the scourge of North American fighting-game tournaments Seth Killian showed off some new screens of Super Street Fighter IV’s new stages. Here’s some of what Seth had to say on Capcom Unity:
In the new Metro City background, you can spot Hugo, as well as a gigantic, shirtless Mike Haggar statue, constructed by your Metro City mayor, Mike Haggar (Mayors are always doing this kind of thing).
The new African stage is one of my visual favorites, not only because of all the crisp lighting, but for the background action as well, where you fight during an eclipse and can knock over hippos and be taunted by meercats.
The Korean stage is a riot of colors, with young and old turning out to check out the fight, and includes my favorite new spazzy background character of all time!
I’m totally amped for this game. Sexy Korean girls rule!!! Hit the break for more screens!
Square Enix has released a new batch of Final Fantasy XIII screenshots…and they’re pretty awesome. Enough with the words! Check ’em out!!!
BioWare’s blog has been updated with a pair of screens from the upcoming Dragon Age: Journeys. I rarely get excited for Flash-based games, but I’m totally down for this one. It’s BioWare. It has dragons. I don’t need much more than that.