Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl is due out this Fall for PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. It’s a Super Smash Bros.-like platform fighter, meaning that, like in Nintendo’s popular series, you’re trying to knock the other players off of the stage.
April O’Neil is a young human woman who has appeared in almost every version of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise. April is usually the Ninja Turtles‘ first human ally in most incarnations, and is generally portrayed as a news reporter and a very good friend of the Ninja Turtles: Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael, and Michelangelo, often acting like a big sister or surrogate mother to them. April’s love interest in the franchise is often at Casey Jones, who is also a close friend and human ally of the Turtles.
Cat is the smarter, more clever and more cunning of the two. He often devises plans to trick Dog into getting what he wants, such as making Dog smarter in an attempt to have more in common with him, or having him win a dog sledding contest by training him in a very hard and militaristic manner, and usually, as a result of his greediness and selfishness, these schemes all blow up in his face. He is the “underdog” of the two. Life has been hard for the both of them, as they have been shunned by society due to their awkward appearance, but Cat always seems to get the short end of the stick in the situations, especially faced with the Greaser Dogs. With his brains and constant ridiculing from the rest of the characters, he’s the more defensive and short tempered of the two. Despite his quirks and spats with Dog, he loves his brother with his whole heart. He cares so deeply that he ends up helping Dog in the end once his guilty conscience gets to him. Cat has a “Crush” on Shriek. In one episode Cat admits his love for Shriek and kisses her after Shriek kisses Dog and tells him she loves him.
Cat desires fame and fortune, and tends to go to excessive lengths in order to gain them. He is intelligent and enjoys reading, gardening, and listening to classical music. Cat is somewhat uptight and believes strongly in being polite and neat. He is a stickler for cleanliness and, like most cats, is aquaphobic. He is also obsessed with jet skis, once stating that he would sell his soul for one. Cat is 26 years old. Cat’s catchphrase is “Terrific,” said in a negative tone, as he usually says it when something bad happens.
Dog is the more happy-go-lucky and more naïve of the two. He is also the source of clumsiness. He is extremely ambitious when Cat or any other character convinces him to take on a task, diving right into it with full force and energy. Dog is the typical loyal “dumb dog” and is easily convinced. He will believe everything he is told. His attention span is very short and he is easily distracted by balls, garbage trucks, bones, food, and his overactive imagination. Because of his more simple nature, Dog usually is the one who gets the pair into trouble. Not paying attention to Cat’s warnings, his actions almost always end up with some severe consequences. Despite this, in many of the episodes, it is shown that Dog is usually the one that is more popular and athletic of the two, such as the episode when Cat and Dog both went back to school to complete Cat’s last day of High School. Like Cat, Dog adores his brother and looks up to him no matter how many times Cat steers him into danger. Dog is the typical animal. He is often distracted with chasing shadows and chasing after tennis balls, and loves eating garbage. Much to Cat’s dismay, he leaves a mess everywhere he goes. According to the series finale, Dog remembers what their parents were like.
Dog’s catchphrase is “Hi ho diggety!”, which he usually says when he is excited about something.
— Monster Hunter (@monsterhunter) August 25, 2021
Even though Akuma can attack his target monsters with his default moves, he can also wield the weapons from MH Rise. After all, players can just use the layered armor to transform their characters into him. His default attacks might not offer much damage but it is a good way to enjoy trying out his attacks in a whole new game.
As you can see from the new trailer, Akuma will feature in Monster Hunter Rise in Hunter Layer Armor form, which players can earn as a reward for completing an accompanying event quest. The dark master comes rocking his flame-red mane from Street Fighter V and loaded for bear with all of his trademark moves such as Gohadoken, Tatsumaki Zankyukaku, and the devastating Sekia Kuretsuha. Wrath of the Raging Demon has to be in the mix somehow.
We also see Akuma using both a bow & arrow and an actual gun, which is just… bizarre, frankly. Personally, I would’ve loved to see kutesy kunoichi Ibuki in this crossover role — she’d fit perfectly within Monster Hunter’s rural, tactical attack universe. Still, dem gamerz love their dark ‘n’ edgy boiz, so Akuma it is.
If players equip a sword and shield, their attacks will morph into punches and kicks as shown in the trailer. A Perfect Rush dishes out a deadly combo, and Akuma’s special moves can be unleashed by using various Silkband attacks in the game. The post also teases a special surprise, and asks the player to pose with their weapon drawn in order to see it. Akuma has already been featured in other games like Tekken 7, so it comes as no surprise that he gets the highlight in the latest Capcom collaboration event for Monster Hunter Rise.
Brawlhalla is a FREE 2D platform fighting game for PC, PS4, Switch and Xbox, where legends battle each other in an eternal tournament of champions— Brawlhalla features a unique 2-weapon and unique signatures attacks per legend system and the combat is similar to Super Smash Bros. from Nintendo.
Brawlhalla Battle Pass – Brawlhalla all the infos are here.
It has a lot for us: new weapons, new characters, nes skins.
The fall of the Order of the Exalted Lion has taken over Valhalla in the newest Battle Pass season! Soulbound Diana has taken to the magic powers of Helheim to exact revenge on the powerful Octavius Mordex. This fourth season of Brawlhalla’s Battle Pass features 85 tiers of brand new exclusive content unlockable by playing Brawlhalla and completing missions.
All players are automatically granted access to the Battle Pass track and Weekly Missions with an option to purchase the Gold track for numerous extra rewards. More details about the Battle Pass can be found below or at brawlhalla.com/battlepass.
This Battle Pass also brings two new Maps for FFA and 1v1 queues and a new Brawl of the Week called Ghosts in the Fortress! We also graduated the Smoke Trails visual effect out of Test Features.
Brawlhalla kicked off a new battle pass season today introducing the Order of the Exalted Lion — a fallen order ready to seek revenge against the one who destroyed it, Octavius Mordex. This is Brawlhalla’s fourth battle pass season, and it features 85 levels of new content that can be obtained by completing missions. As always, the base pass is open to everyone with a Gold track including even more rewards available for a fee.
Among the rewards featured in this battle pass are skins for Azoth, Cross, and Queen Nai, an Epic Skin for Diana, Progression Skin for Mordex, as well as a new battle pass title. To earn these items, players will need to take on the new daily, weekly, and general missions available during the season. Completing these missions will earn players Battle Gems that are used to measure progress through reward tiers. There are more than 100 rewards to be earned.
This Battle Pass also features:
- A free track extending through all 12 weeks of the Battle Pass.
- A purchasable Gold Track with a bunch of additional exclusive rewards like a new Progression Podium.
- All players having access to all the Weekly Missions!
- A new exclusive Battle Pass Title Reward!
- A new UI takeover featuring an animated splash art of Octavius Mordex and Soulbound Diana.
- New main menu, character select, and post-game theme music matching the score of the Order.
- Two new Maps for Free-for-All and 1v1 queues.
- A new Brawl of the Week called Ghosts in the Fortress that features the new Map, Fortress of the Lions!
- For any completionist out there, a special Avatar awaits you if you complete all 85 tiers.
- Players can also unlock the Gold track to immediately unlock some exclusive items, like the newest Progression Skin and Podium.
- Unlocking the Gold track grants access to a tremendous amount of additional exclusive items and also contains boosters to unlock rewards even faster.Gold Track rewards include the Octavius Mordex Progression Skin, Soulbound Diana Epic Skin, Mammoth Coins, Animated Avatars, and a whole lot more.
- Battle Gems are earned by completing missions in matchmaking games except for Brawl of the Week.
- Players can get even more Battle Gems just by playing Brawlhalla. Any matchmaking game rewards Battle Pass XP that advances the “Earn Battle Pass XP” mission.Completing the mission gives players Gems and a new more challenging “Earn Battle Pass XP” mission.
Each skin will include two styles, a back bling, and an emote. Guile sports his trademark fatigues in his default skin, but he also features the Glistening Guile Variant along with a K.O. back bling. Cammy’s extra style is the Tactical Cammy Variant, while her back bling is Borealis Backer. An extra gear bundle, the Cammy and Guile Gear Bundle, will include Guile’s Knuckle Buster Pickaxe, Cammy’’s Delta Red Bowie Blade Pickaxe, and the V-Trigger Vector Glider.
Guile and Cammy are not the first Street Fighter characters to join Epic’s battle royale. Ryu and Chun-Li were added to the game in February 2021 as part of Chapter 2 Season 5.
Capcom and Japanese toy maker Takara-Tomy recently revealed a cool SF crossover that brings Ryu and Ken into the world of Buttobuster with their own custom remote-controlled mech suits to do battle on a new stage.
While the name may sound pretty funny in English, Buttobuster appears to be a neat modern take on the Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots that I definitely would have asked my parents for growing up.
Two players hold a controller in each hand similarly to the Wii’s Wiimote + Nunchuck setup to punch and move the mechs until one pilot is ejected and sent flying out the top — in this case Ryu and Ken.
The robot designs are based on the iconic Shotos’ gi color schemes with Ryu’s robo-fists stamped with his signature martial arts gloves while both of their arms feature the Street Fighter 5 logo.
Tekken’s Kazuya Mishima release date will be June 29, 2021.
His new stage is the Mishima Dojo (which belongs to Heihachi), which has closed ceilings and walls that can be broken with strong attacks. Once everything is broken, it’s less safe, Sakurai says. The walls will rebuild themselves over time though, and Heihachi is present in the background and will react to KOs (similar to the King of Fighters arena). Oh, and there’s an Easter egg on the ground! Hilariously, Sakurai demonstrated Kazuya in a gauntlet featuring all of the fighters the character threw off the ledge in the cinematic intro.
On June 29, the vengeful Kazuya Mishima from the Tekken fighting game series joins the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate game for the Nintendo Switch system as part of the “Challenger Pack 10” downloadable content, which also includes a new stage and a selection of music tracks from the decades-spanning Tekken franchise. In a video hosted by Masahiro Sakurai, the Super Smash Bros. series director provided a deep dive into the new fighter’s move set, as well as a detailed look at the new Mishima Dojo stage.
Challenger Pack 10 is part of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate “Fighters Pass Vol. 2,” which can be purchased for $29.99 and also includes Min Min from the ARMS game, Steve & Alex from Minecraft, Sephiroth from the Finl Fantasy series, Pyra / Mythra from the Xenoblade Chronicles 2 game, and one yet-to-be-announced fighter that will release later this year. “Challenger Pack 10” can also be purchased separately for $5.99.
Debuting more than 25 years ago in the original Tekken game, Kazuya Mishima is one of the most recognizable faces in the storied fighting game series. Kazuya moves from the arenas of Tekken, where players must understand the space between characters and focus on where to hit their opponents in a 3D plane, to the battlefields of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, where players must attack their foes through 2D heights and distances. Because of this change in gameplay dimensions, Kazuya shows off a special skill set in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate when compared to his Tekken roots.
In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Kazuya’s main attacks are similar to his fighting moves in Tekken, but to give him the midair jumps, smash attacks and special moves that the Super Smash Bros. series is known for, his Devil’s Power is put to use. In later games in the Tekken series, Kazuya can transform into a powerful winged demon. Players will notice Kazuya activating this Devil’s Power for various jumps, smash attacks and special moves in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
The new stage that players will receive in “Challenger Pack 10,” “Mishima Dojo,” is the dojo of the Mishima family—specifically Kazuya’s father Heihachi. The dojo is closed off in all directions, but its walls and ceiling can be broken with strong attacks, turning the stage into dangerous terrain. With no floating platforms, the Mishima Dojo stage is more grounded than many other stages in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, requiring new strategies when battling on it.
After downloading “Challenger Pack 10,” players will also receive 39 music tracks from the Tekken series, containing a mix of songs from earlier and more recent games in the franchise.
New Mii Fighter Costumes
Additionally, launching alongside Kazuya Mishima are new paid Mii Fighter costumes, including Shantae (Shantae), Lloyd Irving (Tales of Symphonia), Dante (Devil May Cry), and Dragonborn (The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim).
During today’s Kazuya Mishima DLC stream for Smash Ultimate, Sakurai had to sneak in DLC outfit confirmation, too. Mii Fighter costumes are back, and will include crossovers with Tales of Symphonia, The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim, Devil May Cry, and Shantae.
In respective order, the costumes will represent Lloyd (swordfighter), the Dragonborn (swordfighter), Dante (swordfighter), and Shantae (brawler). Sakurai says they named the character Dragonborn “because it’s the English translation of Dovahkiin, which is “dragon child” in the dragon language of the original game.” As for Shantae, she’ll come with one song in the “other” section of the soundtrack: Burning Town, from Half-Genie Hero (the first stage).
Min Min amiibo For those looking to arm themselves with even more Super Smash Bros. fun, a new Super Smash Bros. Ultimate amiibo is on its way! Min Min, the fighting noodle girl from ARMS, will be available for purchase at select retailers in 2022.
While the June 28, 2021 Super Smash Bros Ultimate presentation offered details about Kazuya, it also hinted at the future. Namely, it offered a few details about the last SSBU DLC character. Challenger Pack 11 will be announced in 2021 and it will mark the end. Director Masahiro Sakurai also commented on the longevity of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS leading into SSBU.
Kazuya Mishima is one of the main characters in the Tekken series. He appears in all Tekken games except Tekken 3, in which he only made two cameo appearances. Although he is seen as the main protagonist and hero of the first Tekken game, Kazuya became one of the major antagonists of the series ever since Tekken 2. Most importantly, Kazuya is the son of Heihachi Mishima and Kazumi Mishima, the possible love interest of Jun Kazama and the father of Jin Kazama. He’s also the half-brother of Lars Alexandersson, the adoptive brother of Lee Chaolan, and the grandson of Jinpachi Mishima.
At five years of age, Kazuya finds out his mother died at the hands of his father and attempts to get revenge against him. However, Kazuya is defeated almost immediately and gets thrown off a cliff by his father, who claims that his son is weak and would have to survive and climb back up if he was to be his true son as well as his successor. Kazuya barely survives the fall, but is able to climb back up the cliff due to his Devil Gene activating and causing his devil powers to awaken. In the non-canon Tekken: The Motion Picture, this was explained as Kazuya, on the brink of death, making a deal with with the Devil in order to survive to solely murder his father. In the NTSC-U/C (North American) manual of Tekken 2, it was also said that “there is a rumor that Kazuya has made a deal with the Devil,” but in canon sources this has never been directly said to have happened. It seems that as the series has progressed, the canon explanation for his devil powers has instead become that his near-death experience simply caused his latent powers granted to him by the Devil Gene to activate. It is revealed that Kazuya was born with devil’s power through his mother.
After climbing back up the cliff, Kazuya was raised by Heihachi. This is evidenced by Kazuya’s profile in the first Tekken, which states that, since his father is a rich businessman, he doesn’t need to worry about money, which seems to suggest that Kazuya remained a part of Heihachi’s household. It is also stated that Kazuya and his adoptive brother Lee Chaolan were raised from childhood as rivals, and that Heihachi adopted Lee because he was a skilled scrapper living on his own in the street, meaning Lee would have to be older than 4 years old when he was adopted. This means Kazuya was raised by Heihachi even after he was thrown off the cliff, since he and Lee were raised together. Before the events of the first King of Iron Fist Tournament, Kazuya participated in martial arts tournaments or unofficial fights around the world. In one of these fights Paul Phoenix fought him to a draw. When the first King of Iron Fist Tournament was announced, the 26 year old Kazuya took the opportunity to get back at his father, setting the stage for the first game.
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A Golden Wind is set to howl across the Jump Force battlefield when JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure‘s Giorno Giovanna, the progeny of DIO by way of Jonathan Joestar’s body, joins the game’s playable roster this spring. Opponents who come face-to-face with Giorno’s seemingly invincible Gold Experience Requiem Stand are forever reminded that their attacks are simply useless.
Giorno is the fifth and final member of Jump Force “Characters Pass 2,” which also features the currently available Shoto Todoroki, Meruem, and Hiei, and the upcoming Yoruichi. Players who purchase Character Pass 2 for $17.99 will immediately obtain Todoroki, Meruem, and Hiei, as well as gain early access to Yoruichi and Giorno upon release. Each character is also available separately for $3.99.
Giorno is a teenage boy of average height and slim yet muscular build, far smaller in stature than previous JoJos. He has golden hair of moderate length tied back in a short, braided tail, with three distinctive oversized curls arranged in a row over his forehead. His hair was originally black and unkempt but transformed upon awakening his Stand. His eyes, especially present in earlier depictions, sharpen at the ends similar to those of his father’s.
Giorno wears a two-piece suit with a checkered coat tail and several ornate features, including wing-shaped emblems on the collars and a heart-shaped opening in the chest area. The most distinctive feature on his suit are the three ladybug emblems located on either side of his chest and directly below his zipper, matching the appearance of his Stand. Later on, his shoes also have the same ladybug emblem on them. The color scheme for his suit often changes in different depictions, but the most common colors are blue outlined with gold and pink outlined with green.
Your end has no end! That‘s the power of Gold Experience Requiem!
Giorno, the last DLC of the Character Pass 2 is coming this Spring to #JumpForce! pic.twitter.com/ez1EbcqJ7R— BANDAI NAMCO EUROPE (@BandaiNamcoEU) March 15, 2021
Giorno’s childhood was filled with unhappiness and loneliness due to bullies and the abuse by his stepfather. During his early childhood, he was initially cold and uncaring towards anyone and believed himself to be scum just for the way people treated him. Those that knew him easily thought he’d grow up to become a twisted individual. This changed when he befriended an injured gangster he saved. As the man protected Giorno from those that did him wrong in return for his aid, he learned that he could trust people. Since then, he has become a more confident and solicitous person.
A defining characteristic of Giorno, and shared among his peers through him, is his resolve (覚悟 kakugo); something that can be described as his ability to make important decisions without hesitation and seeing them through to the very end, even in the face of pain, sorrow, and tragedy. Throughout Part 5, Giorno’s resolve is such that in the heat of battle, he is frequently willing to allow himself to be injured if it leads to an advantageous situation. An ambitious individual, he readily takes any occasion to achieve his final goal of becoming a “Gang-Star”. Upon beginning to cooperate with Passione gangster Bruno Bucciarati, Giorno wastes no time in infiltrating the gang, and steadily works his way up the ranks. His assassination of Polpo was partially a way to get a promotion for Bucciarati. Later, Giorno also tried to personally approach the Boss of Passione, and planned to plant a tracking device on him.