Five hundred years after the events of Final Fantasy XIII-2, during the final thirteen days of the world's existence, Lightning is tasked with saving the souls of humanity in a world heading for destruction.
What better way to celebrate the end of the world than a series of awesome Cosplay ArtCards from Cosplayer Neko-Tin and photographers Studio Zahora and Pavel Tarbaev?

Cosplayer Haylee Elise and photographer What A Big Camera made this awesome piece of art using the white background to emulate some of the concept art for Cammy from SSFIV.
Cammy is one of the most popular characters in the Street Fighter franchise. In 2008, she won Capcom's official poll "Which character do fans most want in SFIV?". She was given the "Hottest Game Babe of 1993" award by Electronic Gaming Monthly and has since then become a popular subject of cosplay.

"A few months ago, I went down memory lane and decided to play one of my favorite button mashers, Final Fight on my Super Nintendo. That nostalgia prompted me to go out and look for more Final Fight games seeing as I only had that one in my collection. My hunting around used games stores and thrift shops helped me find a title that I knew existed but hadn’t had time to play, Final Fight: Streetwise."

"I personally never owned this game, but a buddy that I roomed with after college got the PlayStation 2 at launch with this title. Fighting games have never been my strong suit, even to this day I’m pretty bad at them, but man was this Tekken title fun."

Cinelinx talked it up with Star Wars: Republic Commando lead programmer, Brett Douville, about his experiences at LucasArts as well as the development process behind one of fans' favorite titles.

One of the lead developers behind Star Wars Republic Commando sat down with Cinelinx and revealed the sequel plans for the original game, and answers one of Star Wars gamers' most prominent question.

A new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game seems to be on the horizon. There have been leaks of its achievements, of its boxart, and it has been rated in Australia. Seemingly being developed by Platinum Games and published by Activision, the game still has yet to be announced though the title of the game seems to be Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan. To add to the set of leaks before the game has even come out is a batch of screenshots that Pure Xbox have gotten its hands on.