DNF Duel has a story mode trailer.

DNF Duel Story Mode trailer released

Crunchyroll – DNF Duel Fighting Game Dives into Story Mode in Latest Trailer

DNF DUEL ‘Story Mode’ trailer – Gematsu

Here is an overview of the game, via Nexon:

About

Action fighting at its extreme! Enter the new beat ’em up world of Arad as your favorite character from the beloved Dungeon and Fighter franchise!

One of the most popular and widely played RPGs in the world, Dungeon and Fighter is now back as a 2.5D action fighting game. Choose from 10 charming characters, each with their own distinct skills and personalities. Outsmart, outplay, or downright beat up your opponents and become the master of the Ultimate Will!

Key Features

  • Meet Your Favorite Dungeon and Fighter Characters Up-Close and PersonalDNF DUEL flawlessly reinterprets the iconic classes from the classic Dungeon and Fighter RPG. Whether it’s the lightning-fast and flashy gunshots of the sly Ranger or the uninhibited raw power of the frenzied Berserker, each character’s iconic traits have been heightened and reworked.
  • A Breathtaking World Born from the Dungeon and Fighter Universe – 16 years of lore is integrated within the storytelling and character development of DNF DUEL, supported by the stunning graphic details that merge seamlessly with the stage designs of Arad.
  • Unique Combat Mechanisms for Strategic FightingDNF DUEL takes the fighting game genre to a whole new level with its unique combat system and tactics. Each iconic character has their signature moves and strengths, which are further accentuated by their Awakening effects. Don’t forget to keep track of your MP Gauge and White Damage Gauge, lest your opponent catches you by surprise!
  • Sit Back and Relax with Smooth Online Gameplay – Hop online with ease to duel against your friends or other challengers worldwide! Fully equipped with exclusive servers and PlayStation Network, matches in DNF DUEL are ensured to be a low-lag and seamless multiplayer experience.

Free update and new character coming in Dragonball Xenoverse 2, the name is Dyspo.

New DLC Character Confirmed: Dyspo

Hailing from the ranks of Universe 11’s heroic Pride Troopers, the supersonic warrior Dyspo is coming to Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2! When it comes to speed, no other warrior can hold a candle to Dyspo—even light itself gets left in the dust!

And since he’ll be joining the game as a playable character, all that speed is yours to harness!! Close the distance between you and your enemies in the blink of an eye and unleash Dyspo’s wide array of attacks before they know what hit them! His Awoken Skill “Supersonic Mode” further increases his movement speed and buffs certain attacks at the cost of constantly draining Ki, so knowing when and where to use it will be the key to victory with this character!

Bandai Namco has revealed on the official Dragon Ball video game website that Dyspo will be included in the new Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 DLC pack “Awakening Warrior Edition Pack.” Fans may remember Dyspo first appearing in the Dragon Ball Super anime not too long ago.

Dyspo was a part of the Pride Troopers from Universe 11 that also included Jiren and Toppo. Jiren and Toppo have already been added to Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, so now the team is almost complete with the addition of Dyspo to the game’s roster. Dyspo will be a part of the game’s Awakened Warrior Pack DLC out later this year. The DLC will also feature the fan voted ‘Goku (Ultra Instinct -Sign-)’. Dyspo will have some of his iconic moves in the game including the Justice Kick, Circle Flash, and much more.

Dyspo will also have a special technique that will be able to increase his speed and make him much stronger than in his base form. Alongside the new DLC, a free update is also due to be out for the game later this year.

[Dyspo Confirmed as DLC Character for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2!] | DRAGON BALL OFFICIAL SITE

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Game Adds DLC Character Dyspo This Summer – News – Anime News Network

ドラゴンボール ゼノバース2 | バンダイナムコエンターテインメント公式サイト

New Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 DLC to Feature Dyspo as Playable Character

It has voices.. Cinematic trailer for MultiVersus.

Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl dev asks people to stop calling it a “Smash Killer”

Bats vs. Bugs vs. Shaggy vs. Taz vs. Arya vs. Harley in wild MultiVersus trailer – Destructoid

Character designer and programmer Thaddeus Crews took to Twitter to share the following statement:

“Some videos/comments/etc are doing the “Smash killer” shtick again…I’d really rather you not…I’d really, REALLY prefer any other joke or punching bag or whatever that doesn’t have the kind of proven track-record of instigating conflict as a result of this branding. I can’t stop anyone from making those jokes & I’m not personally bothered by them. It’s clearly all in good fun by the overwhelming majority of people & is “clickbaity” to a absurd degree; I get that, and in a vacuum it’s absolutely hilarious…But ramifications aren’t in a vacuum. There’s no real way to not come off as a buzzkill in addressing this, but the image this kind of message creates has been so thoroughly harmful to a degree that I can’t just sit back and watch it happen again…I strongly encourage finding hyperbolic absurdist statements elsewhere.”

oh .. well, looks cool.

Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker has a Season 5 Pass reveal..

Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker Game Reveals Season 5 Pass in Video – News – Anime News Network

Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker is a high-speed four vs. four multiplayer title that encourages cooperative play through the use of character-specific roles. Characters are split up into four roles: Attack, Ranged, Defense, and Heal. Teams that utilize these four types of characters will be formidable opponents on the battlefield.

A “stage renovation” update will also launch with the fifth season pass along with a new atmosphere for the game’s Hidden Leaf Village. The video also outlines the the game’s operational roadmap for 2022, which will include improvements to the Ninja Tools Shop, Ninjutsu Library, and other features as well as Ninjutsu balance adjustments and other in-game improvements.

The game’s third season pass includes: Kakashi Hatake (with both eyes Sharingan), Neji Hyūga, Shisui Uchiha, Naruto Uzumaki (Last Battle), and Boruto Uzumaki (Karma Form).

The game’s second season pass includes: Zabuza Momochi, Haku, Ohnoki, Killer Bee, Sasuke Uchiha (from Boruto), Ino Yamanaka, Might Guy, Mei Terumi, and Naruto Uzumaki (as the Seventh Hokage in the Boruto anime and manga).

The game’s first season pass includes nine DLC packs and the “Great Sages of the Mount Myouboku” accessory. Playable DLC characters include Jiraiya, Sarutobi, Orochimaru, the fourth Hokage Minato Namikaze, the second Hokage Tobirama Senju, the first Hokage Hashirama Senju, Tsunade, Obito Uchiha, and Madara Uchiha.

Jenny, Hugh Neutron and Rocko Reveal trailer for Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl.

Jenny Wakeman | Nickelodeon | Fandom

Hugh Neutron | Jimmy Neutron Wiki | Fandom

Rocko Rama | Rocko’s Modern Life Wiki | Fandom

Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl DLC: Jenny XJ-9, Hugh Neutron, Rocko are coming – 24sSports

Jenny, Hugh Neutron and Rocko announced for Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl

No voices.. !

Jenny Wakeman:

Thanks to having advanced artificial intelligence, Jenny’s personality is that of an eager, young, tomboyish teenager. She desires a sense of freedom but also wants acceptance from her peers. She generally possesses a kind personality and likes anything pertaining to teenage activities, but becomes agitated when her mother or her duties get in her way of her enjoyment.

Unfortunately, being kind and sweet, she is easily trusting of others and, as a result, can be quite naive. The Crust Cousins, Brit and Tiff, have often taken advantage of this for self-gain or to humiliate Jenny. Despite this, she can also be mischievous, hotheaded, careless, and stubborn at times, but always learns from her mistakes.

In her duties as a crime fighter and global responder, she is vigilant and determined to get the job done, though she can be reckless and quick to jump the gun in very few instances.

Hugh Neutron:

Hugh’s personality seems to be on the quirky side of things and is the sort of person who prefers to do things his way. Despite his odd quirks and absent-mindedness, he is fatherly, caring, well-meaning, and good natured. He absolutely loves ducks and pie.

He is shown to be forgetful at some times like in “The Feud“, when he forgets that his neighbor and Carl’s father, Ebenezer Wheezer had already returned his lawn lopper weeks ago and later lent it to Sam Melvick. This caused him and Ebenezer to start a feud with each other and separate their kids from each other. He later remembers after Sheen was paid by Sam to send him a message through his Reach Out and Touch A Friend Program, revealing that Sam had his lawn lopper the whole time, and that both families (excluding Jimmy and Carl) had started a feud with each other all for nothing.

Sometimes, Hugh causes the show’s problem when he messes with Jimmy‘s inventions. Hugh seems dim-witted, but is actually very clever and competent (which Jimmy has obviously inherited). He loves to clean and polish his models of ducks and sometimes will even talk to them. He calls his wife by the nickname “Sugar Booger”. Hugh may have taken gymnastics at one point, as he uses this to evade Poultra in “The Eggpire Strikes Back.” In the movie, he was fairly intelligent, hardly showing signs of any odd behaviors. For the rest of the franchise however, he quickly became the typical bumbling, but well-meaning and supportive dad. In spite of his odd behavior, his family respects and love him very much.

Rocko:

Although personally hygienic, polite, caring and practical, Rocko has an almost pathological tendency to neglect his living space and he has anger management issues. Rocko enjoys collecting comic books and likes rainbows. Jean Prescott of The Sun Herald described Rocko as a “pudgy little wallaby” who tries to “do what’s right” and is devoted to his friends Heffer and Filburt as well as his dog Spunky.

Common Sense Media reviewer Andrea Graham, whose review is posted on Go.com, describes Rocko as “paranoid and obsessed with cleanliness” and that he initially perceives his neighbors to be “loud and messy.” Graham describes Rocko as accepting of his neighbors’ faults and seeing the positive qualities within them; unfortunately, that has also led him to become a bit of a doormat in the eyes of others (no matter how many times a person wrongs him, he always forgives them, despite knowing they will wrong him again in the future). In an early character profile presented to the networks, Murray described Rocko as “a young anthropomorphic Woody Allen, who has just moved away from his home into a surrealistic world.”

KOF XV DLC / TEAM SOUTH

First gameplay trailer, costumes and release date revealed for Geese Howard, Billy Kane and Ryuji Yamazaki in The King of Fighters 15

Billy Kane | SNK Wiki | Fandom

Ryuji Yamazaki | SNK Wiki | Fandom

Geese Howard | SNK Wiki | Fandom

DLC characters Geese Howard, Billy Kane, and Ryuji Yamazaki join KOF XV on May 17th, 2022! They also include an EXTRA costume for your enjoyment!

Billy Kane:

While Billy cannot be considered a “good guy”, he is not an “evil” man; his criminal career is motivated more by a desire to make easy money and his respect for Geese Howard than actual malice. His softer side is often shown when he’s with his sister Lilly or friends Eiji Kisaragi and Blue Mary; even his hatred for Terry Bogard has softened to be much more of a rivalry.

While his hatred of Terry Bogard may have softened over the years, Billy has a deep hatred for Iori Yagami. During the ending of The King of Fighters ’95, Iori beat both Billy and Eiji Kisaragi to near death and then abandoned them. Billy is also very bitter towards Joe Higashi, who took a liking to his sister, of whom he is quite protective.

Ryuji Yamazaki:

Yamazaki has psychopathic tendencies with a love for materialistic articles and money. He has two distinct personas, both malevolent: most of the time he is a calm and calculating gangster, while sometimes he turns into a hysterical lunatic killer who likes to bash, smash, cut, and kill everyone and anyone whom he confronts. These savagely cruel mannerisms were borne out of witnessing his father figure die in the worst way possible.

While not completely amoral, he is not above toying around as much as he likes to emphasize his dominating demeanor to anyone he encounters.

Of curious note is how Yamazaki subconsciously keeps his right hand in his pocket because his idol once praised the power of that particular fist, and only uses it for special techniques.

He doesn’t want to be involved with Orochi and the Hakkesshu and has been rebuked for his disinterest during the events of KOF97. Through his own sheer will and stubbornness, he manages to retain his mind against the Riot of the Blood‘s influence, something that others born under the Orochi blood cannot accomplish. Whenever he encounters any version of the ’97 New Faces Team in any of their game appearances, Yamazaki laughs hysterically at them during their special introduction sequences, perhaps because he thinks of them as “weak” or “pathetic” for being under such influence.

Geese Howard:

Geese is a proud man who considers himself a mighty warrior and as such thinks highly of himself. He craves power in all of its forms: from money to immortality, a desire influenced by various tragedies in his childhood, from losing his mother to being estranged as a stepson. He can be quite vengeful as well, as he holds grudges against Krauser and Jeff, whom he later killed. Despite appearing to be heartless however, he has his own code of honor and there are lines that even he will not cross; never underestimating his opponents, especially after suffering defeat from Terry. He will crush anyone who stands in his way and reward those he deems worthy of his respect, or in the case of Billy, whoever he sympathizes with.

He appears to show respect to Tung Fu Rue despite their histories, even if he is sometimes sarcastic about it, as seen in Neo Geo Battle Coliseum, and more recently in The King of Fighters XIV.

He has a fascination with Japan, often adorning the Japanese decorum on the Geese Tower rooftop with American flags, and has assimilated some Nipponese culture as a result.

Whether because of ambition or to simply keep them from possible harm, he was apparently distant from his personal family, ignoring Rock’s pleas to help Marie in her sickness until she reportedly passed away. As a result, this earned him Rock’s indignation and the latter’s devotion to stay away from his shadow.

Late summer 2022 for LEGO Brawls.

LEGO Brawls delayed to late summer, physical version confirmed

Lego Brawls is a brick-themed brawler coming to consoles in late Summer 2022 – VideoGamer.com

LEGO Brawls brings the minifig fight to consoles this summer

Bandai Namco will bring LEGO Brawls, a “family-friendly” brawler, to consoles this summer, including a physical release. While the exact date is up in the air, the fighting game is heading to Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S, with pre-orders pointing to a $40 price tag.

LEGO Brawls has been delayed, with the game now set for late summer. It was previously on track for a June release.

In true LEGO fashion, LEGO Brawls gives players a slew of customization options to mix and match official LEGO bricks and create unique minifigure brawlers, complete with custom loadouts and power-ups tailored to each player’s preference and play style. Players can compete with everything from baguettes and pie cannons to boomboxes and rocket fists. With a range of multiplayer modes, unique challenges, and win conditions, all members of the family can join in the competitive brick-bashing fun.

Players in LEGO Brawls can compete for bragging rights with friends and family or go for global glory as they climb to the top of online leaderboards. Multiplayer modes in the game allow local play for up to eight players on Xbox and Switch, and up to four players on PlayStation. Online modes allow for eight-player matches and co-op between two to four players. A variety of fan-favorite LEGO themes and sets are available as colorful backdrops, making this the ultimate team brawler for LEGO fans of all ages.

LEGO Brawls was created by Red Games Co., a family-friendly game maker, and publisher Bandai Namco has confirmed that the console versions will have local and online multiplayer. There’s support for eight players online and up to eight players offline for Nintendo Switch and Xbox. PlayStation, meanwhile, caps out at four local players.

This may very well be your first time hearing about this game, as it was for me. That said, it’s another case of the every-so-often Apple Arcade effect. LEGO Brawls debuted on iOS platforms via Apple Arcade in 2019, and it has been updated over 20 times since its launch with new levels, modes, and seasonal content sprinkled in. Another mobile-turned-console game, LEGO Builder’s Journey, recently had a similar trajectory.