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Here we go again! Harada-San and Yoshi-Ono are crazy, lolol. They are employing a great fun filled marketing scheme that goes from wrestling, hammering, and much more. You can feel the great excitement as the Street Fighter x Tekken series is releasing within the next year. With it’s grand cast of cool characters and unique features for both sides, it’s sure to pack a wallop in anyone next gen game console.
In this particular clip, we see everything from Harada and Ono doing arm wrestling, ring toss, and cross dressing?_? WTF? LOL. And you can catch some glimpses of Street Fighter x Tekken footage like cross combos, and Yoshimitsu pulls out a fantastic Cross Arts combo that’s definitely one to be reckoned with! Street Fighter x Tekken is slated for release in early Spring. The game gets much better with time as much more footage and more tweaks come back. Peep the funny antics of Harada and Yoshi below!
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Although I’m much more of a Street Fighter fan, I have to say I’m rather pleased this is coming out. To me, these were the top Mortal Kombat games to come out. In fact, I remember it like yesterday. I was 7 years old, and it was Christmas time. I got both Mortal Kombat and Street Fighter II for Christmas in 1993. I played the HELL OUTTA THOSE GAMES! LOLOL. Do you remember just trying to find out the fatalities and excute them. Remember the whole mercy sequence when trying to do the babalities. Or even the long sequences for Shang Tsung for his morph fatalities? Good ass memories. One of my favorite stages was the Pit II from MK II because it had this very cool flat close up of the ground when you knocked your opponent off the bridge.
Of course, MK III was definitely the cake for me. The Graveyard, Bell Tower, Soul Chamber, and Underground were def some of my favorite stages. I had MK III for both Sega Genesis as well as PC (PC version had more of the arcade feel). However, nothing can quite compare to that Christmas in 1993. SNES definitely had the better graphics of the two, but the Genesis had the blood and the brutal feel of the game which really set it apart to be honest. I just remember spending countless hours trying to do fatalities as well as trying to find Reptile (when he was like a Scorpion on speed…hahaha). Anyway, peep the trailer below. You’re sure to definitely get some good memories just from viewing the trailer!
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Ok, is it just me or does Final Fantasy XIII-2 feel kind of Kingdom Hearts-esque? I know each game is made by the same company, but wow 0_o. Judging from the trailer, I’m still a bit impartial to the game. I mean, it looks good visually but not too much from Final Fantasy XIII. I wonder if the gameplay style will still have the linear action like the predecessor. We’ll see. Maybe it’s just a simple re-hash/add on to the original FFXIII. Hmm, I really don’t know how to judge until more gameplay gets involved. All I can ask is when does Versus release and also Final Fantasy XIV? Makes you wonder how many titles Square works on at the same time. Well, anyway..peep the trailer below. Nice lightning..dunno about anything else.