A fan remake of Ken’s Stage: NYC Subway, from Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike. As the backdrop to the legendary EVO Moment 37, I felt that this stage would make a fun project to test my skills in Unreal Engine 4.
Looks really cool in my opinion and whatever you can think, it’s still great, and the sprites are really well rendered in it at the end!!
Mysterious buildings have been appearing all over the world. Are they alive? And if so, what are they after?
For centuries, human technology and culture ruled the surface, yet the deeper secrets of the Earth lay hidden from our eyes. Until one day, the discovery of a new form of energy called forth the ancient terrors unknown to mankind. Thus began the rise of monsters around the world. Their battle against us and their own kind, raged throughout the world, leaving only destruction in their wake.
Unleash Chaos and go on a rampage with up to 4 players, against friends or family, but only ONE can be KING. Play as giant monsters or heroes, and discover the secrets of their origin. Featuring familiar cities and exotic landscapes around the world, no place is safe from the coming havoc.
Become the Demon Slayer, Tanjiro Kamado, to fight off the demons threatening humanity in order to turn his sister Nezuko, who has become a demon, back into a human, as well as to avenge the death of his family by hunting down the demon who killed them. Demon Slayer -Kimetsu no Yaiba- The Hinokami Chronicles will see the additions of Enmu and Yushiro & Tamayo to Versus Mode as playable characters!
■Yushiro & Tamayo (Voiced by: Daiki Yamashita, Maaya Sakamoto) Tamayo researches demons with the hope of taking revenge on Kibutsuji, the man who turned her into one. Yushiro is a young man whose life was saved by Tamayo by turning him into a demon – her only successful attempt thus far in her research.
■Enmu (Voiced by: Daisuke Hirakawa) Lower One of the Twelve Kizuki, who serve under Kibutsuji’s direct command. He has a twisted personality and savors the sight of people’s sorrow and grief. After being granted blood from Kibutsuji himself, he attacked Tanjiro and the other Demon Slayers who went aboard the Mugen Train.
Other characters who appeared as DLC in My Hero One’s Justice 2 include Tetsutetsu, Gentle, La Brava, Itsuka, and Mei Hatsume. In the past, Bandai Namco would announce the characters, and then drop a trailer and screenshots later on. More information on Present Mic’s skills and how he will play will appear in the near future.
The next My Hero One’s Justice 2 DLC is here and brings Hizashi “Present Mic” Yamada to the fray. People can get him alone for $3.99. He is also part of the $19.99 Season Pass 2. Bandai Namco revealed he would be on the way at the end of November 2021.
Hizashi maintains the eccentric persona of a radio host. He often poses when he talks and maintains a certain level of excitement or volume regardless of the situation. His attitude made Kyoka Jiro mistake him for a simple announcer rather than an actual Pro Hero.
When in front of a crowd of people, he often attempts to bring his audience up to his level by getting them involved (he sometimes refers to them as his ‘listeners’, even while on a live stage). He will continue to act this way regardless of the crowds’ response. He also has a good people sense, knowing to restrain Shota Aizawa from a crowd of reporters, a situation that could have resulted in widespread negative publicity. He has a great aversion to bugs, to the point where he faints when too many are in his general vicinity. He admits to much preferring urban areas to forested ones.
Though he tends to be a jovial individual, Hizashi is capable of great rage as demonstrated by his reaction to discovering that Kurogiri is a Nomu created from the corpse of his late friend, Oboro Shirakumo and his confrontation with the man responsible, Kyudai Garaki.
Fans are now able to purchase the Tekken 7 Originals Edition and Tekken 7 Definitive Edition, which includes most of the DLC fighters and all of the DLC fighters, respectively, but each one also comes with a surprisingly high price. The Originals Edition will run you $99.99 on consoles, while the Definitive Edition costs a whopping $119.99, and fans are feeling like these prices don’t quite hit the mark of what a “complete” edition is supposed to be.
Tekken 7 Originals Edition and Tekken 7 Definitive Edition have been announced by Bandai Namco. This heavily implies that the development for Tekken 7 DLC content has fully wrapped up.
Both editions are noted to be “digital only” for the Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Steam. The Originals Edition version of the game can be picked up for $89.99 while the Definitive Edition is priced at $109.99.
Tekken 7 Originals Edition is similar to the European Tekken 7 Legendary Edition, but there are some differences. Most of the DLC fighters are included, but there are some omissions in terms of the 3rd parties.
The characters that come with Tekken 7 Originals Edition are Eliza, Anna Williams, Lei Wulong, Craig Marduk, Armor King, Julia Chang, Zafina, Ganryu, Leroy Smith, Fahkumram, Kunimitsu and Lidia Sobieska. This version of the game also comes with the frame data feature that was previously implemented as paid DLC.
Notably, Tekken 7 Originals Edition includes 4 more characters over the European Legendary Edition. These fighters are Eliza, Leroy Smith, Fahkumram and Lidia Sobieska.
However, it’s the Tekken 7 Definitive Edition that’s apparently intended to function as a complete package for Tekken 7. All third party characters that were omitted from the Tekken 7 Legendary Edition and Tekken 7 Originals Edition have been included.
In addition to the DLC characters that the Originals Edition adds to Tekken 7, the Definitive Edition also get Geese Howard from Fatal Fury, Noctis Lucis Caelum from Final Fantasy 15 and Negan from the Walking Dead.
Notably, since Akuma from Capcom’s Street Fighter series is included in Tekken 7’s base roster, he’s still playable in Tekken 7 Legendary Edition and Tekken 7 Originals Edition.
Tekken 7 Definitive Edition also comes with Ultimate Tekken Bowl mode, Frame Data Display, the Cave of Enlightenment stage, the Vermillion Gates stage, the Island Paradise stage, alternate costumes released in Season 1 and customization sets from all 4 seasons.
The Ryu mirror match that took place between BST|Daigo Umehara and Rohto|Tokido during Red Bull Kumite 2016 was one to remember for Street Fighter 5 fans. Back then, Ryu was considered to be a top tier. Even Tokido used Ryu as his main in 2016 as Akuma wasn’t a playable character at the time.
To celebrate this epic match and to highlight that Red Bull Kumite 2021 will be kicking off on November 13-14, Red Bull Gaming has teamed up with counter656 to recreate the feeling of watching that match up play out. Thanks to the incredibly talented counter656, we can now observe Ryu taking on Ryu in this epic new stop-motion animation.
As one might expect, this ended up requiring a lot of work on the part of counter656. To create this animation, it required 30 days to build, shoot and edit the stop-motion battle.
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.