A winner on the B Block side of the tournament will be determined in the main event. Only one man will progress to the final of the G1 Climax 31.
This sequel/spin off of Tesla vs Lovecraft is another top-down twin-stick shooter, where you blast through hordes of otherworldly monstrosities.
The final night of A Block action will see one half of the overall final match determined, as the four remaining competitors battle across three huge matches.
Squid Game’s first season is a sometimes pulse-pounding, sometimes headscratching affair that still manages to be better than the sum of its parts.
The penultimate night of B Block action: Tama Tonga looks to spoil Kazuchika Okada’s undefeated streak; EVIL must defeat Jeff Cobb to stay alive.
Six men battle for A Block supremacy, as Shingo Takagi faces Great-O-Khan in the main event, and Toru Yano looks to spoil Zack Sabre Jr.’s finals hopes.
The B Block of the G1 Climax 31 is down to four contenders, fighting for supremacy: Kazuchika Okada, Hiroshi Tanahashi, Jeff Cobb, and EVIL
A first person puzzle game where you will be forced to look at things from a new perspective, Superliminal is short but relatively sweet.
The A Block enters the home stretch of the G1 Climax 31. Kota Ibushi/Great-O-Khan in the main event, and Shingo Takagi/Tanga Loa, and KENTA/Zack Sabre Jr.
As the B Block weeds out the contenders from the pretenders, Taichi fights for tournament survival against Kazuchika Okada in the main event.
Great-O-Khan has his first ever main event match against Tomohiro Ishii on Day 11 of NJPW’s G1 Climax 31. Also: Toru Yano vs Shingo Takagi!
The B Block of New Japan’s annual tournament reaches its mid-point, as several competitors battle to stay alive in the points total. Okada/SANADA in the main event!