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Review: Tournament of Legends

Tournament of Legends was originally conceived as Gladiator A.D., a fighter hinged on stylized gladiatorial combat. But the concept -- and, as it turns out, its potential -- was later scrapped in favor of the shallow SoulCalibur imitation we're now left with. The real tragedy here isn't the...

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Epic trailer and screens for Tournament of Legends

Sega released a new trailer for High Voltage's Tournament of Legends (formerly Gladiator A.D.), the weapon-based Wii fighter due in July. The trailer's got some enjoyably melodramatic narration, which, combined with the theme of the game (mythological beings hitting each other with swords and...

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Tournament of Legends releasing a bit gladi-later

High Voltage's Tournament of Legends, the Sega-published two-player Wii fighting game about whaling on mythological creatures (which was once a Wii fighting game about whaling on gladiators), has experienced a bit of a delay. The game was originally dated for May 18, but now you won't have the...

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E3 2009 highlights: The Nintendo roundup

Nintendo E3 2009 checklist: Mario? *check* Zelda? *check* Metroid? *check* Are we missing something? Head past the break to find out!...

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Impressions: Gladiator A.D. (Wii)

The second title that High Voltage showed off behind closed doors at this year's E3 was none other than Gladiator A.D., its aptly titled gladiatorial combat game. We were able to witness several battles take place across two different stages. The High Voltage rep that demoed the game for us said...

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See Gladiator A.D. in bloody action

We know that it's not fair to pass judgment on a game when its at an early stage of development, but we're having a problem with this first trailer for High Voltage's new Gladiator A.D. Namely: It doesn't look very good. It's not that it doesn't look fun, there's no way of knowing that, but it...

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High Voltage follows The Conduit with Gladiator A.D.

Having already established itself as a leading developer of mature Wii games about guys shooting stuff with The Conduit, High Voltage Software has revealed its latest Wii project using the Quantum3 engine: a game about guys swording stuff. Gladiator A.D. is a bloody fighting game that puts players...

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