Month: November 2020

Long time no see Soul Calibur VI, here is Hwang coming in December.

The final SoulCalibur 6 Season Pass 2 DLC character arrives in SoulCalibur 6 on 2nd December with free content that adds a new stage, Seong Mi-Na’s classic costume parts and new Mitsurugi and Nightmare episodes.

Soul Calibur VI Reveals Classic Soul Edge Fighter Hwang in New Trailer

Hwang will vanquish the evils of the ages next month in Soulcalibur VI

SoulCalibur VI Hwang DLC Will Appear in December – Siliconera

Hwang is the final SoulCalibur 6 Season Pass 2 DLC character •

Hwang Seong-gyeong (ファン・ソンギョン, Fan Songyon, Hanja: 黄星京, Hangul: 황성경) is a character in the Soul series. A Korean swordsman, Hwang made his first appearance in Soul Edge, and has returned for Soulcalibur and Soulcalibur III. Prior to Soulcalibur III, his name was written as Hwang Sung Kyung.

Oh no, once again a limited store, I won’t be there, a Guilty Gear one this time, me sad.

from November 27 to December 10 you will bea ble to buy a huge lot of useless goodies, but you know you love them, I love them too!

Like clocks, towels, characters stands, posters, clothes and whatever you can think of.

the official site:


the source:

Guilty Gear Limited Store Will Open With Exclusive Goods This Week in Japan – Siliconera

Override 2: Super Mech League open beta now and with an Ultraman gameplay trailer!

Sadly, even if there’s Ultraman involved, nobody or a few people will care about the game for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC via Steam on December 22.

Key Features

  • Career Mode – Fight in Mech Leagues and soar to new heights, aiming to be the best mech pilot. Represent your Club and work together with its members to earn Influence and rewards!
  • Ranked Rumbles – Two Mechs enter, one leaves. Battle through the competition and climb the ranks to become a legendary pilot.
  • Mech Mania – 20 playable robots including brand-new mechs with unique abilities, skill sets, and Ultimate moves.
  • Hazardous Arenas – Competitive fighting grounds that include dynamic elements such as geysers, lava pools, and platforms that encourage strategy and unexpected outcomes.
  • Upgraded Game Modes – Pick your play style across match types including one-versus-one, two-versus-two, free-for-all, and several games such as Xenoswarm, King of the Hill, and more.
  • Expansive Customizations – Unlock a slew of cosmetic items and attachments for your mech of choice in the Garage.

Override 2: Super Mech League open beta now available for PS5, PS4, and PC – Gematsu

Override 2: Super Mech League – La bêta ouverte disponible aujourd’hui sur PC, PS4 et PS5 – Actualités –

21st DLC Character is Shisui Uchiha for Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker.

After Neji and Kakashi, is Shisui Uchiha

Here’s the full list of everything included with the Shisui Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker DLC.

  • 1 Avatar Part: Shisui’s Hair for male and female avatars
  • 1 Costume: Shisui Outfit’s top and bottom for both male and female avatars
  • 1 Honorary Title: Teleporter
  • 1 Lobby Action: Teleportation Jutsu
  • 1 Secret Technique: Koto Amatsukami (Attack Type)
  • 1 Weapon: Shisui’s Katana
  • 3 Ninjutsu: Uchiha Style: Halo Dance (Attack Type), Uchiha Shuriken Jutsu: Oboroguruma (Attack Type), and Teleportation Jutsu (Attack Type)

Shisui Uchiha’s Now in Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker – Siliconera

  • (To Itachi) “I don’t even know if there is such a thing as justice in the shinobi world. We fight believing in our own justice. But if the enemy is doing the same thing, who’s right?
  • (To Itachi) “…You’re my best friend and the only one I can count on… Protect the village… and the Uchiha name.

Fight of Animals comes back as a Smash Bros clone named, Fight of Animals: Arena

Remember this meme-animals fighting game?! Probably not .. well, it comes as four players platforms brawler, it’s Smash but with those weird looking animals with items and weapons, all the same, rollback netcode and eveything for fun .. but it’s very specific, I hope you are the target of it.

Fight of Animals: Arena sur Steam

Fight of Animals: Arena announced for PC – Gematsu

Yoruichi and Giornio Giovanna, confirmed for Jump Force (new pictures for Yoruichi and real official for Giornio)

From Jojo

Once again, it’s two nice fighters added to a not so good game, seems like a work in progress game since the beginning..

From Bleach, early 2021

Jump Force Yoruichi DLC Will Arrive in 2021 – Siliconera

Yoruichi and Giorno Giovanna Confirmed as the Final Jump Force DLC Characters – Siliconera

Street Fighter Alpha: An oral history

Street Fighter 1: An oral history – Polygon is the first part.

What’s next is some parts of the original text, in the link at the end you have the full text with A LOT of anecdotes from various people from the Capcom sphere, directly or not.

A game of convenience

Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors’ Dreams wasn’t a remake, though it had traits of one. Falling early in the Street Fighter timeline, the game brought back two characters from the original Street Fighter and two characters from Final Fight, and folded them into a game that played like the next incremental step after Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo.

With popular characters like Chun-Li and Akuma on board, and a new look that added a youthful, anime-inspired style, Capcom put together a game that bought itself time before the next proper numbered Street Fighter sequel would be ready — and allowed it to use up some of its leftover arcade hardware. To that end, Capcom ended up making two slightly different versions of Street Fighter Alpha: one on its new CPS-2 hardware that powered the Super Street Fighter 2 series, and a slightly compromised version that ran on its legacy CPS-1 boards.

A big break

On top of the short timeline, one of the biggest challenges the Street Fighter Alpha team faced was its lack of experience. While the game was led by Noritaka Funamizu — a series veteran who had overseen multiple Street Fighter 2 games — the team also consisted of a number of younger members, including planner Hideaki Itsuno.

At the time, Itsuno was new to Capcom, having worked on a couple of obscure quiz games, and Alpha served as a turning point in his career. Following Alpha’s release, Itsuno moved into various leadership roles, overseeing Capcom’s first attempts at 3D fighting games, working on key 2D fighting games like Capcom vs. SNK, and eventually heading up the Devil May Cry and Dragon’s Dogma franchises and becoming one of Capcom’s most popular game directors.

He says it all started when Funamizu noticed him playing a game from Capcom rival SNK.

A console-like game

With only three months scheduled to develop the game, and the need to also make a version that ran on Capcom’s dated CPS-1 hardware, the Alpha team had to cut certain corners to make the game work, leading to a lot of experimentation. As Itsuno remembers, Street Fighter Alpha marked a time Capcom allowed itself to break its own rules.

A dramatic battle

Despite Street Fighter Alpha’s short development cycle, the team at Capcom was able to include a number of bonus features, ranging from secret characters like Dan and Akuma to a hidden Dramatic Battle mode — a two-on-one fight where players controlled Ryu and Ken in a confrontation against M. Bison, mirroring the battle at the end of 1994’s Street Fighter 2: The Animated Movie. As it turns out, the Dramatic Battle mode came about in part because of a song.

Meeting demand

After Capcom released Alpha, the audience was split. While some thought the game felt too simplified and unrefined, Alpha appealed to an audience that wanted a new version of the game that wasn’t overly demanding to play and brought back familiar elements from previous games. The peak days of Street Fighter 2 were behind Capcom, but Alpha kept the pipeline flowing and helped Capcom clear out its hardware.

Street Fighter Alpha: An oral history – Polygon

Capcom Retro Station Mini-Arcade .. WHAT?!

  • Mega Man The Power Battle
  • Mega Man 2 The Power Fighters
  • Mega Man X
  • Mega Man Soccer
  • Mega Man & Bass (Japanese Console Version)
  • Street Fighter II
  • Street Fighter II’ Champion Edition
  • Super Street Fighter II
  • Super Street Fighter II Turbo
  • Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo

10 games, just Mega Man and Street Fighter, Capcom has 1.000 games and we can only have a mini arcade with 10 games, Sega and SNK did the same with almost 40 games each, come on .. 10 games, and well, it’s not that beautiful. RETRO STATION (【公式】 同梱) ゲーム機 付: ゲーム

Amazon Lists Capcom Retro Station Mini-Arcade Console – News – Anime News Network

Capcom Mini-Arcade Machine “Retro Station” Revealed – Siliconera