King is a title that two characters have taken in the Tekken series. Even though there have been two characters who have taken the name, each is simply called King in their respective games, though a numerical value is sometimes given to them to separate them as different characters.
Both King I and King II are luchadores from Mexico who support orphans across the world. In the games, they are rarely seen without their jaguar masks. There has been a King in every game in the Tekken series, and this, along with their unique appearance and trademark “point”, has made them one of the most recognizable characters, not only in the series but also in the fighting game genre.
The top-secret experiments carried out in the De Los Empire birthed much sacrifice.The loss of many young boys and girls forced to be experimented on after being separated from their families was especially felt,further accentuated by the failure of the Metastasis experiments.
Many lives were lost, being swept away by leaked Metastasis energy or from experiment facility explosions.The children who managed to survive were eaten by beasts that were Metastasized from Pandemonium, or killed in the hunt by soldiers after escaping by chance.
Even so, some survived. These children were able to hide with the help of the Imperial Knight Captain Crowell, who loathed the wrongdoings of the Empire,and spread out into Arad to start their own lives or while vowing revenge upon the Empire.
Some children trained profusely in Imperial swordsmanship to create their own swordfighting techniques, and fought against the Empire. Some children made pacts with entities called blade demons to wield demonic swords and walked down the path of vengeance. Some children suppressed the energies of Metastasis, creating a school of their own kind which practiced the techniques and dual-blade swordsmanship learned during their wandering travels. And some children became the envoys of the god of death, striving to erase the Empire’s name in shadow.
Among these children was a girl.
This girl saw the paths the others took, but took none for herself. Whichever way she went, she knew she could not get the revenge she so wanted. The girl watched till the very last child left. Then, clasping the broken sword that was the last gift of the benefactor who’d fallen before her very eyes, she vanished silently.
Bedman was a technical trickster first playable in Guilty Gear Xrd -Sign- who ultimately lost his life. Using his machine bed, Bedman’s strategy was to frustrate and confuse opponents, stay evasive to find openings, and enforce deadly blows using an arsenal of automated techniques. Following his death, Bedman’s bed continues to act independently during Guilty Gear -Strive- through the program he entered in his last moments. The now reawakened Delilah descends into the real world through the Absolute World created by Bedman in his dying moments and recovers her brother’s bed. Now Delilah’s protector, the bed (“Bedman?”) is always at her side.
■ Name: Bedman?
■ Height: 272cm
■ Weight: 621kg
■ Blood type: None
■ Date of birth: unknown
■ Birthplace: Unknown
■ Hobbies: Unknown
■ Important thing: Dililah (I think)
■ Dislikes: Any person or thing that harms Dilila
■ Affiliation: Unknown
■ Weapon: None
A bed that was programmed by Bedman at the time of his death so that it still operates independently after his death. After playing a role in stopping Dilila’s rampage, it was recovered by her. He mainly acts to protect Dilila. Although it is capable of simple communication, complex communication such as answering and accumulating daily memories is not possible.
■ Name: Dilira (Delilah)
■ Height: 156cm
■ Blood type: A type
■Date of birth: March 16
■ Birthplace: Unknown
■ Hobbies: Creating geometric patterns for the paths of ant lines, and secretly writing 20,000-character picture diaries by staying up late
■ Important Thing: Umeken, a bed that feels her brother’s presence
■ Dislikes: Housework in general, waking up early
■ Affiliation: None
■ Weapons: Sit down with your head down, walk behind silently, quibble Bedman’s younger sister.
She has the same peculiar constitution as her brother, and her innate thinking ability is too high, so she can only act through her dreams, but she can move through the absolute definite world activated by Bedman’s last power. landed in the real world. She has intentionally had her normal abilities reduced (unaware of this by Dililah herself) as a measure to anchor her body in the real world. Her brother’s bed is always by her side, providing her with excessive protection. While she possesses great power and exceptional thinking ability, she is ignorant of general world affairs and the subtleties of other people’s emotions, and she herself is very aware of this. She also realizes that she lacks experience in interacting with others, but she is impatient for her age because she can’t keep up with emotions because she is young for her age.
The staff also revealed that they are developing a third season pass for the game.
Paul Phoenix is a character in the Tekken series who made his debut in the first Tekken game and since then has appeared in every game to date. He is a hotheaded, aggressive character, determined more than ever to win the King of Iron Fist Tournament to prove he is the best fighter in the entire universe. Paul is good friends with the Law Family.
Although he gets close several times (especially in Tekken 3), Paul has never won a tournament. Despite his initial setup in the first game as a possible rival to Kazuya, as well as his arguably more serious standing in the earlier games, Paul has increasingly become something of a joke character (story-wise). This is quite evidenced by the fact that he is rivals with Kuma I and Kuma II and that his endings have become more comedic and slapstick. Nevertheless, he is among the most popular and well-loved Tekken characters.
The game’s new real-time commentary feature will have commentary from famous fighting game community commentators highlighting aspects of the match as it progresses. The feature will have subtitles available in 13 languages, and will feature the commentators Thea Trinidad (also known as Zelina Vega), Vicious, Aru, Japanese commentator and caster Kōsuke Hiraiwa, and Sekima II band frontman Demon Kakka (formerly Demon Kogure).
During the Capcom Spotlight held on March 9, 2023, the company announced that Japanese actress Hikaru Takahashi will be the eight and last Color Commentator in the upcoming Street Fighter 6. There will be four English and four Japanese commentators. The game will offer real-time commentary subtitles for 13 languages.
POP UP PARADE is a series of figures that are easy to collect with affordable prices and speedy releases! Each figure typically stands around 17-18cm (6.69-7.08in) in height and the series features a vast selection of characters from popular anime and game series, with many more to be added soon!
From “GUILTY GEAR -STRIVE-“, the latest title in the “GUILTY GEAR” series of fighting games, comes a POP UP PARADE figure of the Free-form Tricky Spinner, Bridget! “Allow me to transfix you! Hee hee hee…”
Sculptor: Shining Wizard @ Sawatika (Max Factory)
Specifications: Painted plastic non-scale complete products with stands included. Approximately 170mm (6.69in) in height.
Anila (voiced by Leona Renee in English, Aoi Yuuki in Japanese)
An all-rounder who fights using a pole-arm and divine sheep. With a variety of projectiles, anti-airs, and rush-down attacks, the Queen of Sheep has a powerful set of tools that can be utilized by players of all skill levels.
Granblue Fantasy: Versus Rising‘s Design Concept
The core Granblue Fantasy: Versus gameplay experience will remain the same the new characters and mechanics will serve to elevate moment to movement options and strategies to new levels!
We are still as determined as ever to deliver our vision of a fighting game that can be thoroughly enjoyed by both newcomers and veterans!
New Mechanic: Dash Attack
A quick attack that can be performed while dashing-close the gap and keep the pressure on with different variations using light, medium, and heavy attacks. Some characters have dash attacks that can be chained into combos or used to catch blocking foes off guard!
L – Quickly apply pressure while moving forward.
M – For Gran is a low-hitting poke that can be used to catch standing foes off guard.
H – Has the slowest start-up and recovery, but can be chained into a combo for big damage!
New Mechanic: New Triple Attacks
Just like the original Auto Combo system from Granblue Fantasy: Versus, Triple Attacks can be performed by pushing an attack button three times in a row. The third hit, however, can now be changed to an overhead or low attack depending on your input. Use them to open up a defensive foe and keep your pressure going!
—Casual Match Mode
—Versus Rank Display Update
Exclusive Merchandise at EVO Japan 2023
To commemorate Granblue Fantasy: Versus‘ appearance as a main title, limited-edition merchandise featuring exclusive art will be available at EVO Japan 2023.
Compared to his brother Okuyasu, Keicho is more rational and calm. Both admit that Keicho’s ability to think far outclasses Okuyasu’s. He is merciless, even shooting his own brother when trying to aim for Josuke and not being apologetic, saying it was Okuyasu’s fault for being incompetent. He states that people who don’t grow don’t deserve to live, showing what appears to be a Social Darwinist view. He feels no remorse for injuring people with the Bow and Arrow or the consequences using the Bow and Arrow could have, such as with Angelo. He was also not above using a dying Koichi as a hostage to bring Josuke in. He is also a rather methodical person, doing things in a certain mannerly order such as bringing Koichi in to retrieve the Arrow and not wanting anyone to see a dying Koichi since it would draw unwanted attention. In addition, he disliked that Josuke killed a few of his soldiers since it meant they weren’t perfectly in line. He describes people who don’t know how to use Stand as being similar to riding a bike, in that if the person doesn’t know what they are doing they will maneuver badly no matter how powerful the Stand is.
Keicho tends to look down on his brother for his lack of ability to think. When he was younger, he was shown to be very protective of his younger brother while holding his abusive father in contempt. However, he still held some love for his father, but this love was misguided: Keicho wanted to euthanize him to end his heavily deformed existence. Additionally, while he was harsh and even brutal to Okuyasu (claiming he would kill him if he tried to take the Bow and Arrow), he sacrifices himself to save his brother from Red Hot Chili Pepper‘s attack, implying he truly cared for his brother all along, an act that Okuyasu and Josuke acknowledge as a sign of his care.