Welcome everyone to the first edition of New Gamer Nation’s Weekly News. This edition is heavy on Sony, however there are a few items that may effect everyone in the near future. So allow me to slip into a suit and tie, here’s the news for the first week of the year. Anonymous Aims Attack Toward Sony, Not Playstation Network [...]Read more ›
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Developer: Capcom Publisher: Capcom Rating: Teen In February 2011, Capcom released the highly anticipated Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Nine months later, Capcom released Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3. With new stages to fight in, 6 new characters to fight with, and new online modes, Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 looks to deliver more action at a lower price. Charge up [...]Read more ›
Every year comic books and video games collide in San Diego, CA for what we all know as Comic Con. This is the mother of all fan conventions and going there is what all people should aspire to. Though we all can't make the trip to California we can still fill you in here at NGN so with no further [...]Read more ›
To gamers, writers, publishers, artists, and developers comic books and video games tend to go together in harmony. The artists and writers can work together to either recreate a popular story, or they can branch out to develop something new. The publishers and developers work to the best of their abilities (most of the time) to showcase the power a [...]Read more ›
Another E3 has come and gone, delivering a few surprises, confirming and stopping rumors, showcasing new hardware, and previewing the lineup for the coming year. The Electronic Entertainment Expo is the Christmas to the gamers, except we don’t get to open anything…Actually it’s more like New Years. Still though gamers or scientists for that matter haven’t mastered time traveling with [...]Read more ›
At long last, the fighting game fans can now sink their teeth into the latest edition of the Versus Capcom series. As any fighting fan knows, Marvel vs. Capcom 2 set the precedent in the tag team fighter concept. Now with updated graphics, a brand new roster, and new multiplayer modes, they took what was great about Marvel vs. Capcom 2 and [...]Read more ›