Ryu skin and a Chun-Li skin.. well, why not.
SNK is proud to announce that a compilation release (including SvC: MotM, in collaboration with Capcom) will be coming to Nintendo Switch!
Please stay tuned for more details in the coming weeks!#NeoGeoPocketColor #SNK #CAPCOM #NintendoSwitch— SNK GLOBAL (@SNKPofficial) February 17, 2021
Previous games in the collection include SNK Gals’ Fighters, Samurai Shodown! 2, King of Fighters R-2, The Last Blade: Beyond the Destiny and Fatal Fury First Contact.
Kyo Kusanagi (草薙 京, Kusanagi Kyō) is the main protagonist in SNK‘s The King of Fighters video game series. He was first introduced in The King of Fighters ’94 as the leader of the Japan team. He is the rival of Iori Yagami.
He was first introduced as a cocky delinquent high school student who is the heir of the Kusanagi clan, one of the three clans that sealed the legendary snake entity, Orochi, 1,800 years ago. His clan wields pyrokinetic powers, an inherited power that few members obtain. They, along with the Yasakani and Yata clans, keep one of the three sacred treasures used to contain Orochi long ago. His family’s treasure is the Kusanagi Sword (草薙の剣, Kusanagi-no-Tsurugi), and his family crest is the sun, represented in a stylized halo of fire. His official nickname is Scion of the Flame (炎 の 貴公子, Honō no Kikōshi) or The Cleansing Exorcising Flame (火炎 祓 濯, Kaen Harau Yusu).
Aside from the main series, Kyo also has a spin-off manga story based on his adventure in The King of Fighters ’96, entitled The King of Fighters: Kyo. A video game under the same name was also created to further expand his character. In addition, a number of image songs and audio dramas featuring Kyo’s character have been released, including the contents of his own character image album consisting of all of his theme songs. He is a member of SNK’s character image band, The Band of Fighters and also co-star alongside Iori in one of SNK’s promotional series, Part Time Stories: Kyo & Iori. At Vigamus,a museum of videogames sponsored by the municipality of Rome, a special illustration lists Kyo as the mascot of the mid-90’s era of Neo Geo.
“I am not Pyra. I am Mythra. Pyra… She’s a different self that I constructed.“
Mythra (Japanese: ヒカリ, Hikari; English dub: /ˈmɪθrə/) is a main character in Xenoblade Chronicles 2. She is the Aegis, a Legendary Blade who can grant tremendous power to her Driver Rex, and his allies. Since Pyra is another personality Mythra created, they can freely switch places. Rex is able to freely use this ability both in and out of battle upon starting Chapter 5.
Mythra’s powers have a focus on light-element attacks. Some of her other powers include near light-speed movement and Foresight, which allows her to seek into the immediate future. However, after Pyra shares her life force with Rex, Mythra becomes subject to the same limitations in regards to her healing capabilities and immortality.
Mythra is also a central character in Torna ~ The Golden Country. She is a Special Legendary Blade who can grant tremendous power to her Driver Addam and his allies.
“Rex, I have a request. Can you…take me to Elysium?” – Pyra
Pyra (Japanese: ホムラ, Homura; English dub: /ˈpaɪ(ə)rə/) is a main character in Xenoblade Chronicles 2. She is the Aegis, a Legendary Blade who can grant tremendous fire-elemental power to her Driver, Rex. Pyra and Rex embark on a journey to search for Elysium, and Rex is devoted to protecting her.
Due to sharing her life force with Rex, Pyra is not able to recover from injuries like other Blades, and is as vulnerable to damage as any other human. If any of the two were to die, the other would follow.
Pyra was designed by Masatsugu Saitō, the lead character designer for the game.
- A fully fleshed-out roster of weird future folks to befriend and fight!
- Help those future folks build confidence, shore up their weaknesses, and pick out powerful necklaces to wear!
- So many different moves, traits, and strategies to try. Want to smash with attacks? Want to whittle foes away with feelings? Want to just make a giant mess? You can do that, and more!
- A bunch of small single-player stories exploring Tower 6, its mysteries and curious inhabitants.
- Online battles and rankings for folks who have that taste for competition
A physics based, realistic, 3D sword dueling game set in 17th century. Currently it features survival mode, duels vs. AI and a local multiplayer mode. Early Access.
Hellish Quart uses active ragdolls and all damage your blade can do is calculated with realtime physics. Four gamepad buttons represent 4 attack angles. Different button combinations give special attacks and combos. If you are not attacking, your character will automatically try to hold guard against your opponent’s attacks. The blades really block each other and that’s what’s keeping you alive. To win, you must use proper timing, measure, technique, speed and wits – just like when fencing in the real world.
Hellish Quart has a historical setting. The game takes place in 17th century Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth. The character models are made using 3D scanned clothes, based on fashion from the period, and the single player campaign (when done!) will be firmly rooted in realities of life in the region. You will duel Zaporozhian Cossacks, Polish Hussars, Tatars, Turkish Janissaries, Swedish Reiters, French Musketeers and more.
Bandai Namco Entertainment announced last Friday that the Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme Vs. 2 XBoost arcade game will launch in Japanese arcades on March 10. Bandai Namco Entertainment is streaming the opening video for the game.
Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme Vs. Full Boost (機動戦士ガンダムエクストリームバーサス：フルブースト) is the sequel to Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme Vs. The game was announced on November 28, 2011 for release in arcades in 2012 and is headed for a PS3 release on January 31, 2014, with additional units exclusive to the console version. The theme song for Full Boost is titled FIGHT IT OUT feat. K(Pay money To my Pain, performed by both Akihiro Namba of Hi-Standard and Takeshi Ueda of AA=. An additional update called Maxi Boost is slated for release in March 2014 with even more units.
In Taisho-era Japan, Tanjiro Kamado is a kindhearted boy who makes a living selling charcoal. However, his peaceful life is shattered when a Demon slaughters his entire family. His little sister Nezuko is the only survivor, but she has been transformed into a Demon herself! Tanjiro sets out on a dangerous journey to find a way to return his sister to normal and destroy the Demon who ruined his life.
A new game is currently in development at CyberConnect2, the studio behind Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot and the Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm series. There is no release date yet for the Demon Slayer game, but footage of its Versus mode has leaked online and it shows gameplay similar to that of the Ultimate Ninja Storm series.
While Eleven can theoretically take on virtually any form, Eleven’s default appearance is a milky-white semisolid male humanoid. His body is generally smooth and featureless. A “V” shaped structure is present atop Eleven’s head. Unlike his successor, Eleven has no will, blindly following orders given to it.
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Eleven is an earlier prototype of Twelve created by the Secret Society‘s Dr. Woo, produced by reforming plants rather than animals.Urien has Eleven transform into a copy of himself to test its abilities, and causes heavy damage to it. Not satisfied, Urien tells Dr. Woo to improve it. It is later re-purposed by Kolin as raw material to resurrect Nash.
Eleven becomes part of the SFV roster. Upon selection, it morphs into one of the characters, letting the player to battle with the newly transformed character; with a preset V-Skill and V-Trigger.
At first, Joe was a stoic man who lived for fighting and training. As time passed, he became a pretty goofy man who self-proclaims himself to be a genius with mostly everything. He doesn’t take battles as seriously as the Bogards, but he loves to fight. If Joe could, he would fight every fighter he sees. He loves the spotlight and the glory of victory.
- Multiple Attacks: Joe can punch several times with incredible speed.
- Energy strikes: Joe can infuse his strikes with chi energy, being able to cause more damage than normal.
- Explosive strikes: Joe can deliver a punch of tremendous strength that generates explosive force upon contact. He has also shown to causing small explosions with some of his super moves, such as his Tiger Kick.
- Aerokinesis: Joe has shown some limited aerokinesis, the power of controlling air and wind.
- Hurricane: With an uppercut, he can create a small hurricane that moves forward. He named this attack Hurricane Upper. The stronger version is Screw Upper, a tornado-like vortex that can cause severe damage to his opponents. He also has a SDM that is an even stronger version of the Screw Upper: the Double Cyclone, which is seen in numerous Dream Match games such as Capcom vs. SNK 2 and The King of Fighters 2002.