In the Street Fighter Alpha games, Evil Ryu is cold and conceited and is obsessed with fighting in order to prove he is the strongest. In Super Street Fighter IV, he is a more demonic and murderous-driven being; while his anger is not mindless, he has purged all traces of his former honorable self and shows sociopathic traits even more so than the likes of M. Bison. He enjoys absolute power, and lacks any sort of empathy or respect, and despises what he perceives as weakness from all of humanity, such as love, family, justice and vengeance. He is also extremely brutal towards other fighters in general, especially to those that oppose him. Interestingly, his prefight and win quotes against Ken indicates that he still retains a minor degree of politeness to his former friend (as opposed to the brutal and vicious statements he makes to everyone else, including Gouken).
Evil Ryu also refers to himself as heartless and nothing more but a demon and will seek out and murder any opponent in a fight, regardless of their age and condition. He displays a very dangerous bloodlust, even borderline sadism and ritualistic belligerence that almost borders on cannibalism, as seen in many of his prefight and win quotes.
The event — which kicks off tomorrow, January 14 — will see the nefarious Evil Ryu appear as part of a time-limited Spirit Battle. Naturally, as one of the greatest and strongest fighters on the planet, Evil Ryu is rocking a four-star “Legendary” status, so Smash Bros. players will have to bring their A-game if they wish to topple the Satsui no Hado-infused master and claim his “spirit” for their collection — a spirit that surpasses even Akuma himself in terms of offensive capability.
In a fantastic piece of surprise news, SNK has, out of nowhere, shadow dropped a Nintendo Switch port of its Neo Geo Pocket Color trading card game SNK vs Capcom: Card Fighters Clash. The colorful collectible game is available to download right now from the eShop, priced at just $7.99.
Characters from SNK and Capcom clash in this epic card fighting game!
Introducing! SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters’ Clash, a white-hot card fighting game for NEOGEO Pocket Color (released in 1999), is coming to Nintendo Switch!
Back then, SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters’ Clash was sold as two separate games; the SNK Cardfighter’s Version and the Capcom Cardfighter’s Version. But now, both have been combined into one game! There’s nothing stopping you from collecting all the cards!
SNK icons like Terry, Nakoruru, and Marco clash against Capcom legends Ryu, Chun-Li, and Mega Man in this insane card fighter!
There are 300 cards in total, where characters from both SNK and Capcom appear as Character Cards for fighting, and Action Cards for support during battle. Go out there and make the strongest fighting deck in the world!
You can trade between both the SNK Cardfighter’s Version and the Capcom Cardfighter’s Version. What’s more, you can even use their individual save data to have them battle each other!
You may switch between the SNK Cardfighter’s Version and Capcom Cardfighter’s Version at any time, but each has their own save data.
You may switch between the Japanese and English versions at any time, but each has their own save data.
Trading between Japanese and English versions is not possible.
The manual included in the game it is from NEOGEO Pocket Color edition. Therefore, some of the controls may vary on Nintendo Switch.
Garfield looks to be the first of two free characters coming to Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl, with another unknown combatant coming sometime in the future. Developers Ludosity and Fair Play Labs are also planning paid DLC fighters down the road.
Originally announced by IGN, the lasagna-obsessed, wise-cracking cat Garfield is coming to Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl. The announcement trailer starts by recounting Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl‘s cast when at the halfway point, Garfield arrives, looking as smug as ever. Keeping in tradition to the character, most of Garfield’s moves revolve around food, whether it’s throwing a pie, throwing someone upward with the acceleration of his mouth-opening to eat lasagna, or thwacking someone with a chicken leg.
In addition to Conroy playing the Caped Crusader, Maisie Williams will be voicing Arya Stark, John DiMaggio will voice Jake the Dog, Matthew Lillard will voice Shaggy, Tara Strong will voice Harley Quinn, George Newbern will voice Superman, Jeremy Shada will voice Finn, Eric Bauza will voice Tom, Jerry, and Buggs Bunny, Abby Trott will voice Wonder Woman, Estelle will voice Garnet, and Daniel Divinere will voice Steven Universe.
Could be good as a FTP but let’s wait for the season pass…
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.