Sure, Rage Arts in Tekken 7 are all the…well, rage. But would popular fighting game be better off without them?
We’re less than a month away from getting our sweat riddled hands on Street Fighter’s 30th Anniversary Collection.
In what is an unofficial release, a trailer officially unveiling Soul series mainstay Taki as one of the most popular characters in the series steps back into the virtual arena.
With the Street Fighter V: Arcade edition roster increasing every month due to the ongoing season, it’s sometimes a easy to forget mainstays like Ryu.
Whether you’re a fan of the characters featured in the upcoming BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle or have never played an ArcSys game–aside from Dragon Ball FighterZ of course.
From X-Factor to V-Trigger, comeback mechanics in fighting games have become yet another feature we’ve grown accustomed to. Creators are almost obligated to include these systems in their titles.
We know, SIFU’s been slacking with the Tekken-centric content these past few weeks. It’s quite honestly been a little stale since the initial tsunami of offerings following the Noctis DLC being released.
T’was as bit of a busy Saturday for the fighting gamer community. On our end, surprise character reveal trailer leaked between trips to the grocery store and the breakfast joint.
Following the reveal of Fused Zamasu as one half of the next Dragon Ball FighterZ DLC duo, the trailer for fourth DLC character Vegito SSB has officially leaked.
It seems an Amazon Italy pre-order listing has revealed what could very-well be the release date for the highly anticipated SoulCalibur VI.