Brooklyn has been busy of late, designing some new images for GPY including the wallpaper at the top of this blog and the new vertical Twitter image to the right of this page. So in celebration of his great work, we added an image section to the Info Page. There, you can find the full 1600 x 1024 of the above wallpaper plus the other GPY logo. Thanks again Brooklyn for making these for us! Show your pride, spread the word!
It's been a long time coming Guppies but the time for us to reassemble has finally come! This month we'll be hosting two gaming events, one on April 12th and the other on April 26th. We are also looking for more suggestions to add to our games list. If you want to play something new, something old, or something that's already been played before - let us know! Thanks for being patient and welcome back! Guppies Forever!
According to a recent GameStop.com listing, a Tekken 6 and SoulCalibur IV Bundle was released on October 29th, 2012 for the meager price of $19.99, saving you roughly $20 if you bought these two fantastic titles separately.
Tekken 6 was developed by the Tekken Team and was originally released on October 27th, 2009. Tekken 6 received a Metacritic score of 79 and Randolph Ramsay of GameSpot.com had this to say about the game, "Tekken 6 is the most complete Tekken experience so far. It features a large roster, strong customization options, and tight mechanics, and it's sure to be a time sink as you enjoy battle after battle and strive to perfect your skills."
SoulCalibur IV was developed by Project Soul and released on July 29th, 2008. SCIV made some changes and James Mielke from 1up.com stated that, "with the classic, new-school, and infinitely customizable character roster at the ready, and with online play fully operational, it's not a stretch to say this might be 2008's best fighting game." SCIV also received a Metacritic score of 85 and won numerous fighting game awards.