Eustace announced for Granblue Fantasy Versus #gbvs

late april

Summary

Eustace is one of the solider and forces of Society. Having lost the only place where he belonged, this lone wolf roams the skydom unafraid to bear his teeth at the beasts who threaten peace. Although soft-spoken, his quietly burning passion resonates in the thunderous roar of his trusty rifle.

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Skilled Gunner and Assassin, Martial Arts (Skilled at close combat), Electricity Manipulation and Plasma Manipulation (Flamek Thunder are capable of releasing lightning from its barrel or creating thunderstorm by shooting the sky), Acrobatics, Camouflage and Stealth Mastery (With splintered cell), Enhanced Senses, Magic (With flamek thunder), Technology Manipulation (As a weapon contractor they can manipulate their weapons), Explosion Manipulation (With explosive thunder), Statistics Amplification and Damage Boost (With extended mastery support and buffer skills such as Aubade du Flamek), Statistics Reduction and Perception Manipulation (Acidrage Howl decreases enemy potency and blinds the target), Paralysis Inducement (Flamek thunder can paralyze targets), Awakened Power (Flamek thunder is one of the core of automagods and users are capable of unlocking their true power either by synchronizing or using a moondweller command tone), Blessed (Contractor that posses ancient weapons), Genius Intelligence (capable of uncovering undercover experiments), Vehicular Mastery (as a high ranking agent he posses a skill on piloting and driving various land, sea and air vehicles), Possible Weapon Transformation (Sealed weapons are cores of Automagod and can transform into their Automaton Form on specific condition)

Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta Gameplay #dbfz

officially released on March 12

Gogeta (SS4) (ゴジータ(SS4), Gojīta (SS4)) is an upcoming playable character in Dragon Ball FighterZ. He was revealed alongside Super Baby 2 on December 20, 2020, with Gogeta being the fifth and final downloadable fighter from FighterZ Pass 3. Gogeta will be released on March 12, 2021.

Biography

In the TV show Dragon Ball GT, Gogeta is shown near the finale after Goku and Vegeta fuse into him whilst in Super Saiyan 4 to fight Omega Shenron, but since the power on Super Saiyan 4 was so great it decreased the Fusion time limit to a whole 10 minutes, the two Saiyans defuse before defeating him.

#Bloodstained’s Miriam joins #MightyFightFederation

“Hello, this is Iga. I am pleased to announce that Miriam has been included in Mighty Fight Federation! Miriam is the protagonist of my exploration-heavy side-scrolling action game Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night. I am very excited to see what kind of fighting style she’ll bring to the table. Oh, and if you haven’t heard of Bloodstained, please check it out as well~ I wish you all have tons of fun playing both works.”

  • Koji Igarashi

Miriam is the main protagonist and playable character in Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night. Crystals that harbor demonic power have been embedded into her skin at a young age as part of a dark curse. She takes it upon herself to confront a fellow Shardbinder and an old friend, Gebel, in order to end his reign of terror and hopefully, find a way to reverse the curse that is currently inflicted on her. Miriam also appears in Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon to accompany Zangetsu on a perilous journey to vanquish a powerful Archdemon, however, whether she is permitted to come along, left behind, or killed is entirely up to the player. Miriam reappears in Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon 2 where she reprises her role as Zangetsu’s traveling companion along with her old comrades and three new allies.

Picked up as an orphan by an Alchemist at a young age, she became a host for the dark Alchemists’ curse. Although the magi-crystals were fused with her body at a young age, for 10 years she lay sleeping while the curse matured to its full form. It was during this period that the demons arrived, meaning that she missed their appearance and awoke with a mild form of amnesia, not quite fully understanding what happened to her.She is a woman of few words but strong of purpose. Her youth is deceiving, making her seem confrontational and quick to judge, though in reality she is constantly evaluating her next step. The pain she felt as an orphaned child fuels her compassionate desire to protect her loved ones and friends.

#KOFXV|ANDY BOGARD|Character Trailer #8 (4K) #snk

Story

Fatal Fury

Andy is one of Jeff Bogard’s adopted sons and the younger brother of Terry. When their father dies at the hands of Geese Howard, Andy decided to perfect his own martial art over at Japan to differentiate himself from his brother. During his time in Japan, Andy was taught the Shiranui-ryuu Ninjutsu (Shiranui Style Ninja Technique) and a form of empty-handed combat called Koppouken by Hanzo Shiranui.

A decade after Jeff’s death, he reunites with Terry in South Town. After paying respects to Jeff’s grave, they encounter Joe Higashi and learn about the King of Fighters tournament hosted by Geese. He enters with them in an attempt to avenge their father, but lost before he reached Geese. When Terry defeated Geese, Andy felt a mixed sense of closure and returned to Japan to continue his training.

After their first King of Fighters tournament, a new tournament was held, this time hosted by Wolfgang Krauser. Andy, though present in the competition, did not accomplish much story-wise. During the events of Fatal Fury 3, Andy suffered a chest wound that continued to hamper him in the Real Bout series. He additionally has an ending which mirrors Terry’s scenario in Real Bout but this is considered non-canon in Mark of the Wolves.

Ever since Geese’s death, the fall of the First Southtown, and the birth of Second Southtown, Andy has been busy training Hokutomaru through the ways of Shiranui-ryuu Ninjutsu and Koppouken. Instead of fighting in the tournament himself, he sends Hokutomaru in his place to see what his apprentice has learned. In Hokutomaru’s ending, Andy writes him a note saying that he was proud to see Hokutomaru’s progress. Then he ended the note by saying he is no longer his teacher but his rival and that they will cross paths again.

Personality

Andy is a quiet and rather stoic man who always sets his sights on improving himself. Although he is usually serious, he breaks form when confronted with things that make him uncomfortable -such as his height- and hides his embarrassment with boastful declarations, probably underlying his diffidence in a sense. Andy acts as the withdrawn and analytical observer amongst his friends. As far back as he can remember, He has never won anything over his elder brother and seems to suffer from an inferiority complex because of it. He respects him yet feels that he has to one day overcome him.

In the Fatal Fury timeline, he is aware of Mai’s interest, he just considers her to be more of a younger sister since he started training with Hanzo when he was very young and devoted his life to martial arts. Mai’s luck is surely bad. However, in The King of Fighters timeline, he is in love with Mai, but rarely expresses it, as he personally feels that he is not yet mature enough to handle marriage and training at the same time. He seems perplexed by Mai’s actions towards him but will do everything he can to protect her. Their relationship is usually used for comedic effect in the Fatal Fury and King of Fighters series.

Tetsutetsu Tetsutetsu arrives in My Hero One’s Justice 2

After Mei Hatsume, Hawks and Itsuka Kendo in the character pass, or as a standalone.

Appearance

Tetsutetsu is a young man with quite long, messy gray hair which is rather peculiar in that it never seems to change shape, and black eyes which are tilted dramatically inwards, each lined with a very thick, jagged, tan-colored substance, which are presumably his eyelashes. He doesn’t appear to have any notable eyebrows, and, like Eijiro Kirishima, he has rows of sharp, pointed teeth.

His hero costume consists of a dark green jumpsuit, cut off just below his chest, with some small, silver-rimmed holes in the lower section of his baggy pants and black boots with metal soles, heels, and front plating. He has steel straps over his shoulders and under his arms, made up of multiple pieces, which connect at a red oval in the center of his chest, with two thinner bands around his biceps and a small plate on either side of his waist. He wears a metal jaw-guard around his face, similar to the one Eijiro wears, just thicker and not connected over his nose or around his chin, with the letters “Fe” (which stands for iron in the periodic table) stamped on a plate on each side of his face.

Personality

Tetsutetsu is defined by his very hot-headed and outspoken personality. He is confident, stubborn, and very straightforward in his motivations and actions. He tends to be very vocal about his intentions and has a one-track mind, often looking for the simplest solution to problems in order to solve them in the most direct manner. During battles, Tetsutetsu’s direct personality shows through his tenacious and upfront fighting style.

Abilities

Overall Abilities: Tetsutetsu has proven himself to be a very formidable individual on numerous occasions. His abilities earned him 8th place in the U.A. Entrance Exam, having the fourth-highest amount of villain points. Thanks to his Quirk, Tetsutetsu’s fighting style is straightforward and reckless, letting his hardened body take opposing hits while delivering counterattacks. As even bullets cannot pierce his skin when his Quirk is active, Tetsutetsu is capable of turning himself into a human shield for allies or defenseless civilians.

Quirk

Steel: Tetsutetsu’s Quirk allows him to turn his skin into steel.

This power grants Tetsutetsu both augmented defensive abilities to withstand attacks, as well as the augmented strength of his unarmed physical attacks.

Cham Cham trailer appeared for Samurai Shodown #snk #embracedeath #samuraishodown with a collab with Guilty Gear

Cham Cham (チャムチャム, Chamu Chamu) is a character from the Samurai Shodown series who was introduced in Samurai Shodown II. She replaced Tam Tam’s role in the cast. She is the only character of the series to star in her own pachinko game.

Story

She is the younger sister of the character Tam Tam. She secretly took a village heirloom, the “Tangiers Stone” (タンジルストーン, Tanjiru Sutōn), to play with when a goblin snatched it away. She thought her parents would be angry because of it so she sets out with her pet chimpanzee “Paku Paku” (who is actually Tam Tam transformed as punishment for his failure to protect the stone) in order to look for it.

Personality

She is an energetic and optimistic girl. She’s not the smartest one of her tribe, easily angered if she thinks she’s being insulted, but she shares her brother’s bravery.

Fighting Style

Cham Cham is a catgirl in appearance and has feline mannerisms; for example, she walks on all fours when disarmed (she holds her weapon in one hand when she has it). Her taunts are also animalistic (in one, she meows and stretches like a cat, while in the other, she sits on her haunches and scratches behind her ear with her foot). Her boomerang can be thrown high into the air or at ground level, leaving her unarmed for a time; however, this may not be a total disadvantage, as her claws and kicks are enough to keep her foes at bay. Paku Paku may also be summoned to attack for her, which includes throwing skulls, emitting fireballs, and a spinning spit-kick attack.

Cham Cham | SNK Wiki | Fandom

I-NO revealed for #ggstrive #arcsystemworks

I-No is a major character in the Guilty Gear series, making her first appearance as the boss of Guilty Gear XX. She is a time-travelling musician who seems to derive pleasure from tormenting others, and is one of That Man‘s servants alongside Raven. Very little is known about her, with a report in Guilty Gear XX that consists entirely of “UNKNOWN!!” repeated several times over.

Personality

I-No is a manipulative woman who seems to have no qualms about hurting other people, physically or mentally. She has no problem acting friendly if she wants to, but she considers all of humanity to be beneath her—That Man included—, and has a vicious nature that quickly rises to the surface whenever someone challenges her. I-No also has no problem using her feminine features to manipulate anyone receptive to it. As such, she is quite crude in how she speaks to others, as she is always either cursing, insulting her opponents, or making sexually charged comments, usually using musical references as double entendres.

Fully aware of her own eccentricities and chaotic nature, she claims to be dedicated to That Man’s goals and ideals, but in truth, she only works for her own agenda. Self-reliant to a fault, I-No is motivated by a fixation with what she calls “tomorrow” due to her origins. Despite her rather misanthropic demeanor, I-No has shown some flashes of remorse at her impulsive reactions, specifically with Axl (perhaps due to being fellow “vagabonds”) and, to a lesser extent, with Raven.

KOF XV|CHIZURU KAGURA|Character Trailer #7 (4K) 【TEAM SACRED TREASURES】#SNK #KOF #KOFXV

Chizuru Kagura (神楽 ちづる, Kagura Chidzuru), whose real name is Chizuru Yata (八咫 ちづる, Yata Chidzuru), debuted in The King of Fighters ’96 as a sub-boss and the sponsor of the KoF tournament that year. Her subsequent appearances in other tournaments tend to be as a normal participant.

Like Kyo Kusanagi and Iori Yagami, she is a member of the clan that holds one of the three sacred artifacts that originally sealed the serpent monster Orochi 1,800 years ago: the Yata Mirror (八汰鏡, Yata no Kagami). Due to the rivals’ aggression towards one another, Chizuru is usually the one who has to keep the trio together. They form the Three Sacred Treasures Team, whose endings often entail the canon events of any parties involved.

Personality

Unlike the other members of the Sacred Treasures, Chizuru is well-mannered individual who speaks in a calm and collected tone. Having to watch her own sister murdered in front of her, Chizuru took that trauma and focused on sealing Orochi. She’ll do whatever she can to keep Orochi sealed, even going as far as using The King of Fighters tournaments to bring the other two Sacred Treasures together, even without their consent. She becomes the voice of reason to the otherwise tumultuous Kusanagi and Yagami, having stopped their petty and mutually murderous vendetta on several occassions.

However, when her powers were taken, her will to fight was taken along with it. So far, the matter of losing her powers has not personally scarred or affected her in any way, and has even advised Iori on what to do and the implications when he lost his own powers to Ash Crimson that time.