Many of us have been decrying the overall lack of gaming gear here at CES, but while there might not be much video game hardware on display at the Las Vegas Convention Center, several video game publishers are in town showing off their latest wares, including LucasArts, Eidos, Microsoft, and Namco.
The latter is perhaps the most interesting, since the title being shown off is the latest iteration of the fighting game Soul Calibur, which first hit living rooms via Sega's Dreamcast console back in 1999. The series features an eclectic cast of medieval Japanese characters battling over a … Read more
NEW YORK--It seems people like any excuse to play any video game.
Namco had a large space at DigitalLife to remind gamers that video games of the '80s are now available for their phone.
Namco offers games like Ms. Pac-Man, Pac-Man, Dig Dug, Mr. Do, Popeye, Snoopy and the Flying Ace, Galaga and even board games like Scene It?.
The games are available, regardless of your carrier, for the Palm OS, Windows Mobile phones, the iPod and the Sidekick, as … Read more
Use the Wiimote to swing Zeigfried's sword, Ivy's whip-sword, and Taki's ninja swords in Soul Calibur Legends, an action adventure heading to the Nintendo Wii. Instead of the tournament-fighting action we've come to expect from the Soul Calibur series, Soul Calibur Legends focuses more on quest-based brawling and exploring. Namco's hack-and-slash adventure hits the Wii this holiday season.