Month: September 2022

Capcom Fighting Collection: Free Update Trailer.

Capcom Fighting Collection free title update now available – Gematsu

Capcom Fighting Collection patch notes released for big feature update plus trailer showcasing the new changes

Get the patch notes below.

  • Game System
    • Added Features
      • Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo – A new “Gem Colors” option was added to the game’s EX Settings. You can choose between the original palette of gem colors and up to 6 different alternate palettes.
      • Hyper Street Fighter II – A new “Difficulty Table” option was added to the game’s EX Settings. You can choose between a CPU opponent difficulty table based on the English version or the Japanese version.
      • Display Filter / Display Size – “Type H” has been added to the display filter options. You can also now preview the game screen when adjusting the options for the display filter and display size.
      • A “Shuffled Slideshow” feature has been added to the gallery.
    • Bug Fixes
      • Darkstalkers – Phobos: Fixed an issue where KO-ing an opponent with Circuit Scrapper would sometimes not transition into a victory pose. (This is a bug from the original game.)
      • Vampire Savior / Vampire Hunter 2 / Vampire Savior 2 Fixed an issue where selecting TURBO would set the speed to NORMAL even when the speed select option was set to “Free Select” options 1 through 3.
      • Super Gem Fighter – Fixed an issue where the game speed would be set to 1 when the speed select option was set to “Free Select,” no matter what selection was made.
      • Nintendo Switch Version: Fixed an issue preventing players from viewing the leaderboards.
  • Online
    • Bug Fixes
      • Casual and Ranked Match – Searches It is now easier to match with opponents when entering a standby search with only one game selected.
      • Custom Match Lobby Searches – Lobbies where a match is in progress will now show up in the search results. Joining one of these lobbies will prompt a waiting message, and you’ll be able to join the lobby as soon as the current game ends and the players return to the lobby.
      • Fixed an issue that caused unintentional audio bugs during rollbacks.
    • Added Features
      • Casual and Ranked Matches – It is now possible to cancel a match even after selecting “Yes” after matching with an opponent. Additionally, if you leave a match, you will be prompted afterwards on whether to re-enter standby.
      • You can now gauge an opponent’s latency by color. When matching with opponents for casual and ranked matches, this is indicated by the color of the line below the game’s title. In custom match lobbies, this is indicated by the color of the player’s order number. You can now also change your input delay settings on either of these two screens.
        • Color Code
          • Blue – 30 ms or lower
          • Green – 31 – 60 ms
          • Yellow: 61 – 90 ms
          • Orange: 91 – 160 ms
          • Red: 161 ms or higher
    • Changes
      • You can now play up to 10 rematches in casual and ranked matches (up from 3).
    • Added Features (PS4 Version)
      • Each player’s online ID now displays on screen during matches.
  • Training
    • Added Features
      • A “Hit Boxes” display setting has been added to the training options. Turn this setting on to display character and effect hit boxes.
      • Super Gem Fighter /Hyper Street Fighter II / Red Earth – The attack data display on the training mode screen now also shows stun data.
      • Vampire Savior / Vampire Hunter 2 / Vampire Savior 2 – A “Dark Force” option is now available in training mode. You can select from normal behavior or infinite Dark Force gauge.
      • Vampire Savior / Vampire Savior 2 – A “Gloomy Puppet Show” option is now available in training mode. You can choose from normal (random) behavior for the move, or lock it to any of the 6 different patterns.
      • Super Gem Fighter – A “Gem Level” option is now available in training mode. You can choose from normal behavior or lock any gem to a level from 1 to 3.
      • Red Earth
        • A “Character Level” option is now available in training mode.
        • Both bonus stages have been added to the stage select in boss training mode.
        • A “Mystic Orb” option is now available in training mode, and allows you to select infinite orbs of any single element.
      • Restarting the match while moving left or right will now you restart you at the edge of the screen.
    • Changes
      • The pre-match intro no longer plays when restarting the match.
  • Other
    • Changes
      • Hyper Street Fighter II – The background design in E. Honda’s stage, “JAPAN (E.Honda),” has been updated.
  • Other minor bug fixes have been made.

Haohmaru, Nakoruru, Darli Dagger debut on October 4

La Team Samurai Shodown entrera dans l’arène de The King of Fighters XV le 4 octobre – Actu – Gamekult

Gameplay for Haohmaru, Nakoruru, and Darli Dagger revealed in King of Fighter 15’s Team Samurai DLC trailer

The King of Fighters XV DLC characters Haohmaru, Nakoruru, and Darli Dagger launch October 4 – Gematsu

King of Fighters XV Game’s Video Reveals Team Samurai DLC – News – Anime News Network

The base game features 39 playable fighters, including all characters from previous games.

The game’s initial roster includes: Shun’Ei, Meitenkun, Benimaru Nikaido, Iori, Joe Higashi, Kyo, Chizuru, Leona Heidern, Mai Shiranui, Andy Bogard, Yuri Sakazaki, Terry Bogard, Yashiro Nanakase, King, Shermie, Chris, Ryo Sakazaki, Robert Garcia, Ralf, Clark, Blue Mary, Luong, Vanessa, Ramon, King of Dinosaurs, Athena Asamiya, Antonov, Ash Crimson, Kukri, Isla, K’, Heidern, Dolores, Whip, Ángel, Krohnen, Maxima, Kula Diamond, and Elisabeth Blanctorche.

Rick Sanchez IS AVAILABLE, and XP is nerfed..

MultiVersus Season 1.03 update patch notes released

Update: Rick Sanchez now available in MultiVersus

MultiVersus patch notes include longer level-ups with XP nerf – Polygon

Rick Sanchez joins MultiVersus! Wubba Lubba! I don’t know I still haven’t watched it – Destructoid

MultiVersus Update 1.03 Massively Nerfs XP and Progression

According to the patch notes from developer Player First Games, the XP requirements for progressing from level 3 to level 15 have been doubled. The developer says that it’s making the change because it felt that players were progressing through the levels too quickly, and it wanted to “make it a bit more of a journey.”

MultiVersus Update 1.03 Patch Notes


  • Rick Sanchez joins MultiVersus! Rick is a new Mage character who joins the roster.
  • The XP required to go from level 3 – 15 on the character mastery track has been doubled
  • We found that players could reach level 15 of the mastery track too quickly. This is to help us make it a bit more of a journey.
  • Loading performance improvements for PS4 and Xbox One.
  • The first free character after completing the intro tutorial has switched to Shaggy from Wonder Woman. Wonder Woman can now be purchased for gold or shine.
  • Attack extinction steps have been added to the intro tutorial.
  • Fixed an issue in Coop-Versus-AI that caused only Wonder Woman and Reindog bots to appear.
  • Fixed a bug where some players could not equip profile icons.
  • Fixed a bug where the game would occasionally freeze at the end of the game screen.

Twitch extension

  • Minor visual bug fixes
  • Added ‘Fighter Voting’ that allows broadcasters to poll their audience on which fighter to play, viewers with MultiVersus get bonus votes.
  • Added the ability for viewers who have MultiVersus to claim free toast from Twitch channels running the extension.

Anti-infinite combo system

  • We’ve implemented a new anti-infinite combo system that will destroy all subsequent attacks if the same attack has been used 4 or more times in the same real combo. The goal is to put a global soft cap on infinite combos and make combos more creative. We hope the change prompts players to explore new and more exciting combo routes.
  • We thought the maximum number of the same attack was 3, but we wanted to evaluate the change more slowly. We are going to evaluate the change and are open to feedback on how we can improve the system!
  • The option to choose between 4 directions or 8 directions for the right joystick control (c-stick) has been added to the settings menu.

Projectile Systems

  • We will continue to update projectile systems in this patch. The most notable addition is the inclusion of a new “Light Projectile” rating for projectiles that have no recoil. The only light projectiles in the game for now are Rick’s unloaded blaster and the pies fired by the Neptr auxiliary item.

Rollback netcode for GG Xrd REV 2, late October.

ArcSystemWorks sur Twitter : “ROLLBACK is coming to #GUILTYGEAR Xrd -Revelator- and GUILTY GEAR Xrd REV 2! The public beta test begins in late October on Steam! Mark your calendars!” / Twitter

Crunchyroll – Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2 Adds Rollback Netcode on October 28

Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2 Adds Rollback Netcode – Google Search

Guilty Gear Xrd REV2 Gets Rollback Netcode on PC – Siliconera

Guilty Gear Xrd: Rev 2 for PC to add rollback netcode – Gematsu

Guilty Gear Xrd: Rev 2 PC edition to receive rollback netcode update

Guilty Gear Xrd REV2 is the updated edition of Guilty Gear Xrd -Revelator-Revelator was released in 2015 and ’16, and was the direct sequel to 2014’s Guilty Gear Xrd -Sign-. In its announcement, Arc System Works mentioned that Xrd REV2 is still very popular, justifying the decision to add it to the PC edition.

Konohamaru as 31st DLC Character : Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker.


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.

The game’s first season pass included: Jiraiya, Sarutobi, Orochimaru, Minato Namikaze, Tobirama Senju, Hashirama Senju, Tsunade, Obito Uchiha, and Madara Uchiha.

Season 1

The game’s second season pass included: 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).

Season 2

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

Season 3

The fourth season pass focused on the theme of “regeneration” and it included the following characters: Sakura Haruno from the Great Ninja War, Nagato (Edo Tensei form), Itachi (Edo Tensei form), Sasuke Uchiha (Final Battle), and Kawaki.

Season 4

The fifth season pass will add five new characters to the game. The theme of the characters in the new season pass is “Legacy.” A “stage renovation” update also launched with the fifth season pass along with a new atmosphere for the game’s Hidden Leaf Village. The first two characters in the season pass are Madara Uchiha (Six Paths) and Temari.

Teaser Trailer for Rick in MultiVersus.

Rick is said to be a Ranged character who has expertise in attacking enemies from a distance; both of the roles fit the characters well. The Special moves of Rick and Morty in MultiVersus are yet to be released, but they will surely be pretty exciting as well.

The primary information about Rick and Morty in MultiVerus reveals that Morty is most likely to be an expert in long to mid-range attacks, having possessions of throwables such as mines and grenades. On the other hand, Rick will be more efficient in close-quarter fights where he can show his skills through quick melee attacks and fast movements.


Rick and Morty are companions that always stay together. So, considering that in mind, the developers have assigned their roles in the game respectively. One is good in close-ranged combats, while the other dominates the battlefield through its ranged abilities. Together, Rick and Morty make a perfect combo in MultiVersus.

Rick will be equipped with a large Portal Weapon, which will enable him to distract the opponents with his portal opening abilities. He might also take assistance from Mr. Meeseeks in his fights by spawning him through opening a portal.

On the other hand, Morty may not have advanced gadgets along with him, but his Bruiser abilities will make him a deadly close-range fighter. He can assert dominance on his opponents through his quick and heavy attacks, which will deal massive damage upon a successful hit.

Street Fighter II collaboration event with Abeno Q’s mall in Osaka.

"Street Fighter II" will hold a collaboration event with Abeno Q's Mall in Osaka.
Abeno Q's Mall, a commercial facility in Osaka City, will hold a collaboration event "ABEENO FIGHTER II" with "Street Fighter II" from Saturday, October 1, 2022 to Monday, October 31, 2022. 
In fact, if you play the "Street Fighter" series and win a match against a strong enemy, you will receive a gift card worth 500 yen. For those who purchased 3000 yen [tax included] or more in the hall. The period is from October 8th (Sat) to 10th (Mon/holiday), 15th (Sat), and 16th (Sun).

There is also an AR photo spot where you can take pictures with Ryu. When you activate the Instagram AR filter and hold it over the photo panel, a Hadoken will be released from Ryu's hand.

In addition, the automatic doors at each entrance depict Ryu and Ken firing a Hadouken, and the restrooms, signage, and other areas have been changed to "Street Fighter II" specifications.
Japan's first commercial facility x "Street Fighter II" collaboration "ABEENO FIGHTER II" starts October 1st!
"Stotsu" characters are jacking the inside of Abeno Q's Mall!
A game battle challenge will also be held where you can defeat powerful enemies and get luxurious prizes!

From Saturday, October 1, 2022 to Monday, October 31, 2022, at the commercial facility "Abeno Q's Mall" in Abeno-ku, Osaka, a collaboration event "ABEENO" with the fighting game "Street Fighter II" will be held. FIGHTER II" (Abeno Fighter II) will be held.
This is Japan's first collaboration between a commercial facility and "Street Fighter II", and "Stotsu" characters will appear everywhere in Abeno Q's Mall, and people of all ages can enjoy it, such as holding participatory game competition challenges. It has become an event.
Full of “Abeno-ness”! Deliver “fun” with “Street Fighter II”

"ABEENO FIGHTER II" offers a number of "funny" tricks typical of Abeno Q's Mall. At the entrance, the main characters of "Street Fighter II", "Ryu" and "Ken", are depicted unleashing their special move "Hadoken" to welcome guests. Furthermore, in addition to setting up an “AR photo spot” where you can take pictures with “Ryu”, “Stotsu” characters and stages will appear everywhere in the building, such as signage, escalators, and near the cash register.
A participatory game event titled "Street Fighter Challenge" will also be held. For those who purchase 3,000 yen or more (tax included) in the hall, you will actually play the "Street Fighter Series" and if you win the match, you will receive a Q's Mall gift card of 500 yen.
Through collaboration with the monumental fighting game "Street Fighter II" that is loved by a wide range of generations, it is a project that delivers "funny" that is full of Abeno Q's Mall.


Tanjiro, Zenitsu, Inosuke Entertainment District Versions are the next paid DLC for Demon Slayer: The Hinokami Chronicles.

Demon Slayer: The Hinokami Chronicles Game Adds Tanjiro, Zenitsu, Inosuke Entertainment District Versions – News – Anime News Network

The character DLC pack includes the following characters: Tengen Uzui, Tanjiro Kamado (Entertainment District Arc), Nezuko Kamado (Advanced Demon Form), Zenitsu Agatsuma (Entertainment District Arc), Inosuke Hashibira (Entertainment District Arc), Daki, and Gyūtarō. The game will add the content over five separate releases. The game released Tengen in July and Nezuko Kamado (Advanced Demon Form) in August.

Street Fighter 6: Full launch roster.

Capcom leans into the leaks, confirms how many playable characters Street Fighter 6 will have at launch – Dot Esports

Street Fighter 6’s full launch roster revealed

Street Fighter 6 Roster: All the Confirmed and Leaked Characters

Street Fighter 6 roster – every confirmed and leaked character | PCGamesN


Street Fighter 6 will have a launch roster of 18 characters.

The launch roster consists of Luke, Jamie, Manon, Kimberly, Marisa, Lily, JP, Juri, Dee Jay, Cammy, Ryu, E. Honda, Blanka, Guile, Ken, Chun-Li, Zangief, and Dhalsim.

Prior to this reveal, 11 characters were unveiled. Ryu, Chun-Li, Jamie, Luke, Guile, Juri, Kimberly, Ken, Dhalsim, E. Honda, and Blanka were all announced before today’s stream.

This means seven new fighters have been revealed today. Manon, Marisa, Lily, JP, Dee Jay, Cammy, and Zangief have all been officially shown off today for the first time.

The World Tour opening features a narrator talking about strength and the will to fight all while graffiti style art pieces of different fighters are shown.

Street Fighter 6 – World Tour, Fighting Ground, Battle Hub Game Mode Trailer.

Ken, Blanka, Dhalsim, and E. Honda Returning In Street Fighter 6 – GameSpot

Street Fighter 6: new World Tour, Battle Hub details, four legendary faces join the roster – PlayStation.Blog

Street Fighter 6 Closed Beta Test Application Overview | STREET FIGHTER 6 | CAPCOM

Street Fighter 6: Capcom Reveals Four More Fighters, Closed Beta, World Tour Details, And More – Game Informer

Street Fighter 6 adds Ken, Blanka, Dhalsim, and E. Honda; closed beta test set for October 7 to 10 – Gematsu

Street Fighter 6 closed beta is coming in October | TheSixthAxis

Street Fighter 6 reveals classic characters, new modes, and beta details

Four new old faces.

Street Fighter 6 entered the Tokyo Game Show ring and left with multiple knockout reveals worthy of a championship. We revealed details on World Tour where you can create your own avatar and truly customize your Street Fighter 6 experience. Bring that avatar into the Battle Hub and party it up with the community in amusing ways. Iconic World Warriors Ken, Blanka, Dhalsim, and E. Honda are punching their tickets into the vibrant roster of playable characters. And finally, get your hands on Street Fighter 6 with the Closed Beta. Learn more about these stadium-sized announcements below!

A lot to do here:

Battle Hub MatchThe match will begin when both you and another player sit down at a battle cabinet. You can go into Training Mode while you wait for a match. You can also spectate while others are playing.
Extreme BattleThe rules and gimmicks of Extreme Battle change every day. You can go into Training Mode while you wait for a match or spectate while others are playing.
Game CenterEnjoy the classics once again in this area. This is single player content that changes daily. You can also spectate while others are playing.

One Battle Hub can host up to 100 players at the same time! Players can use emotes or chat to communicate with each other. Of course, make sure you check the Hub Good Shop to show off your fashion when you’re out on the floor!

There are a host of Arcade Cabinets that you will find in the Battle Hub. Take part in arcade-like Battle Hub matches on cabinets that are placed back-to-back. A match will begin when two players sit on both sides. Having audiences change everything…and turns a mere fight into a thrilling spectacle. Spectate a Battle Hub Match, and bear witness to glory.

Head over to Game Center cabinets to play various Capcom classic arcade games like Street Fighter II and Final Fight where you can also show off your skills to compete with others for a high score!

TournamentsTournament are held periodically. Go to the event counter to enter.
ChallengesComplete various challenges to receive rewards in the form of Drive Tickets.
Hub Goods ShopUse Fighter Coins and Drive Tickets here to obtain gear for your avatar.
Fighter Coins (FC)Provided as a first-time gift during the CBT. Please obtain them through the News section of the Multi-menu.
Drive Ticket (DT)Obtainable by completing challenges or entering events.
DeviceUse your handheld device to change your avatar’s gear and set what emotes to use.
Battle SettingsTurn on Fight Request for Ranked/Casual Match, set up your favorite character, and adjust commentary and other battle-related settings.
Multi MenuAccess Capcom Fighters Network, Rewards (Challenges), News, and Options from this menu.

The avatar creation menu contains several pages of options you can tweak. Choose your avatar’s body type with Height & Proportions, Upper Body, Lower Body, Muscle Definition, Skin Color, and Body Hair. In the Muscle Definition category, you can freely select what your avatar’s body will look like from Shredded, to Built, to Soft, and anywhere in between. 

Then go into even more detail with categories like Hair, Eye Shape, Iris, Eyebrows, Nose, Mouth, Ears, Facial Hair, and more! Each of these categories then contains a multitude of sliders that can change your avatar with the finest detail – we’re talking cheek depth, jaw length, and even creating an ombre effect with your avatar’s hair! 

You can also change your avatar’s Gear so they always have the latest drip as they’re roaming the world. Visit shops to buy Gear for your wardrobe so you can strut the latest fashion trends or stick to your own style. You can check and change which styles you’re using and what Gear you have equipped via the Gear section of the Status menu. Categories include Head Gear, Upper Body Gear, Lower Body Gear, Foot Gear, and Gear Sets. But gear isn’t just for looks. Different gear affects your strength and stats, so be on the lookout for which ones work best.


Shown in our trailer revealed at Tokyo Game Show, Extreme Battle is a new addition to Fighting Ground which adds fun and unexpected parameters to your matches. Each Extreme Battle contains a Rule and a Gimmick. A Rule is the conditions that must be met to win the match. For example, you can set the Rule to “First to get five knockdowns wins!” A Gimmick on the other hand, adds an extra layer of delight. Examples are a stampeding bull that runs through the level and deals damage, a Met from Mega Man that can shock you, and more wacky surprises to amp up the excitement and challenge in Street Fighter 6. This is a mode for those who want something different from the usual fights. If you want to survive in the world of extreme battling, luck is every bit as important as technique!

Two more commentators:

Finally, two more commentators were added to the Real Time Commentary feature: Kosuke Hiraiwa and H.E.Demon Kakka. Kosuke Hiraiwa is a well-known esports caster who lends his expertise and professionalism to Street Fighter 6. H.E.Demon Kakka is the lead singer of Japanese heavy metal band Seikima-II. While they will commentate your matches in Japanese, there will be accompanying English subtitles on the screen if they are selected.

A closed beta too!

Get Ready!

The aim of the closed beta test is for us to monitor the play experience of participants, identify any potential issues, and then address them in order to improve the quality of the game.
As such, it is possible that errors may occur during the test that cause the game to freeze or close during gameplay.
The test sessions will use a version of the game still in development. As a result, we cannot guarantee a smooth gameplay experience. Please bear all of this in mind when taking part in the test.

A survey for feedback to be shared with the development and operation teams will be sent out to everyone who participates in the closed beta test.
We would really appreciate if all of the closed beta test participants answer the survey as fully as possible.
Note: Please understand that not all requests and suggestions provided through the survey will be implemented.