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All of the invitations for the Fifth World Fighting Tournament have been sent. And now, the 17 best fighters in the world begin their final phases of preparation. They must learn from their past mistakes and perfect every aspect of their mind, body, and soul - for there is no room for mistakes in this competition. Most of them are unaware that J6, the organization funding the tournament, has even more sinister ulterior motives for the contest and the syndicate's top secret Dural program is already underway. In the organization's quest for world domination, the scientists at J6 are creating the ultimate fighting machine with human features. The said Dural whom Kage-Maru fought and defeated in the Fourth World Fighting Tournament was not his mother, Tsukikage, leading J6 to kidnap Vanessa to further their mass production on the Dural project. She was able to escape with the help of an insider, but not before they captured her combat data and transferred it to the new advanced Dural model named V-Dural.
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J6 is determined to find out the traitor that released Vanessa and see if V-Dural is ready to defeat the world's best fighters. Along the way, other than sending their Japanese judoka, Goh Hinogami to participate once again, J6 also deploys their Japanese-French karateka, Jean Kujo, who was once Lion Rafale's childhood friend and rival to enter there too. The Fifth World Fighting Tournament will reveal both.
On February 14, 2008, at the AOU Amusement Expo, Sega AM2 announced a revision to Virtua Fighter 5 known as Virtua Fighter 5 R. This new version was released for the Arcades on July 24, 2008, and features brand new stages as well as a new character named Jean Kujo, who practices Karate. The sumo wrestler Taka-Arashi also returns, making his first appearance since Virtua Fighter 3 and bringing the fighter count up to 20 (counting Dural).
On February 18, 2010, Sega released a trailer for a second and final revision called Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown. This update for the Sega Lindbergh arcade system debuted at the 2010 AOU Expo, and features new character costumes and new animations. The game was officially released in Japanese arcades on July 29, 2010. Version A of Final Showdown was released on April 20, 2011, at the Japanese arcades. It was announced at Gamescom 2011 that Final Showdown would be coming to PlayStation 3 on June 5, 2012, and Xbox 360 on June 6, 2012, complete with online play for both platforms. The game was released in downloadable format. Within a week, Final Showdown surpassed Japanese Sale Goals expectations.
The game got to number 7 in the UK sales chart. The game received significant critical acclaim from most reviewers. In 2009, Edge ranked the game #24 on its list of "The 100 Best Games To Play Today" (the highest-rated 3D fighter on the list), stating "One of gaming's great myths is that VF is inaccessible to all but the initiated. It takes care of frame-counting junkies, of course, but the core of AM2's series is a beautiful balance of attack, block and counter-attack that anyone can enjoy. Each new entry refines, making that solid animation even more seamless and introducing new characters that seem like they were always there."
As it turned out, the simple change unlocked the full console version of Final Showdown, allowing players to access modes that the player otherwise wouldn't be able to access normally. Shortly after the discovery, Silent had updated his blog, providing information of his discovery in full while offering a download link, allowing curious players to play the console version in Club Sega.
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Still, the game was revolutionary in many ways: it has true 3D fighters and arenas, over 700 moves that rely solely on martial arts without supernatural powers, and separate endings for each character. It sets the standard for Virtua Fighter 2 and 3, which up the ante with more characters and better, 3D-accelerated graphics.
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The core gameplay mechanics have been reworked extensively. From a variety of moves and timing changes to revised animations and a weightier feel to the physics, the difference over Virtua Fighter 5 is considerable, while the existing cast of 18 fighters is joined by another two combatants - newcomer Jean Kujo and veteran Sumo powerhouse Taka-Arashi from Virtua Fighter 3.
On the whole, Sega and AM2 has successfully managed to package the complete Virtua Fighter experience into a single 1.9GB download (bar the exclusion of character customisation items repositioned into a separate DLC package), although this doesn't come without there being a small compromise.
In order to keep download sizes reasonable, the game's audio has been noticeably compressed, with the low sampling rate leading to some harsh-sounding voices and effects, sounding particularly poor when the game is running through a decent set of speakers. Furthermore, the game is given a basic stereo presentation without any native surround sound options, which is a bit of a disappointment for a 2012 release. Where we do hear any form of 5.1, it is clearly artificial in nature - a lot like an amplifier's DSP conversion.
Outside of the core experience, the game is a little short on features, but what is here does the job rather nicely. The arcade mode gives us the simple but effective 'six fights and a boss' model first seen in Virtua Fighter 5, while the online versus mode provides players with the ability to download and save replays, helping to bring the community feel of the coin-op into the home. There's also a training mode, and an extra 'Special Sparring' mode which is unlocked after you purchase all of the game's downloadable item packs.
In conclusion, Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown is an essential purchase for hardcore fight fans whichever console you happen to own: a technical masterclass in gameplay that can be purchased for just under a tenner on both formats. An even sweeter deal is waiting for PlayStation Plus subscribers, who are given the option to download the game without paying a penny so long as they continue to renew their subscription when it runs out.
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Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Developer: Netherrealm Studios Genre: Fighting Release Date: December 31, 2013 Consoles: Xbox 360, Playstation 3 Details: From the people that brought you Mortal Kombat, the latest game from the studio stars characters from the DC Comics Universe fighting each other in bloody combat and, before anyone else points it out, it does not make sense that anyone can fight Superman in hand to hand combat. The latest trailer shows off a fight between Superman and Nightwing, the original Robin, and demonstrates well how the two characters control differently. However, the game has been criticized for feeling slow and sluggish, particularly when compared to modern fighters. Whether the speed can be brought up by release date is to be seen but right now, this one is just for the fans.
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe announced the PlayStation 3 Slim, a smaller and lighter model of the console and a release date of 1 September 2009. Firmware 3.0 for the PlayStation 3 was also announced, adding new features to the PlayStation Network. Sony announced that the European Video Store would launch in November 2009. Sony also announced that the PlayStation Portable would get smaller games (under 100mb) in the form of 'minis' and that comics would also be available to download in December 2009. A "free game" registration promotion was announced for the PSP Go.
Microsoft Game Studios announced Fable III, along with a release date of 2010. Also, Microsoft announced their intention to release Fable II on the Xbox Live Marketplace in five episodes, the first of which will be free to download.
While most press conferences were not available for live streaming, Electronic Arts was streaming its press conference on EA.com. Sony Computer Entertainment Europe also showcased its press conference on its online community-based service PlayStation Home shortly afterwards. Sony also made its press conference available for download on the PlayStation Store. Various gaming websites offered live-blogging of the respective press conferences.
Disclosures: This game was obtained via paid digital download and reviewed on the PC. Approximately 80 hours of play was devoted to multiplayer modes, and there is no offline option available.
In 2015, though, Harada's job extends well beyond Tekken. As a general manager at Bandai Namco, he's currently juggling director, producer and executive producer roles on approximately seven games, ranging from a Pokemon fighting game to a long-delayed crossover and a controversial virtual reality experiment. He also just saw two Smash Bros. games out the door and he's been working up ideas for a new batch of products.
Taking a step back, Harada explains that he came up for the idea of Summer Lesson with two primary goals in mind. The first was to create something to help Sony show its Project Morpheus virtual reality headset to other studios in Japan. Before Sony had announced Project Morpheus publicly, Harada says, it tried to get developers interested by providing software development kits, but the hardware wasn't getting the same kind of traction in Japan as it was overseas. So Harada approached Sony and offered to make a demo to interest other studios.