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August 16th, 2019
Breakers Collection Coming to PC & Consoles in 2020

QUByte Interactive announced they have acquired worldwide rights to Visco's Breakers franchise, and will be brining "Breakers Collection" to consoles and PC in 2020. The digital compilation will feature two cult-classic NeoNeo 2D fighting games: Breakers (1996) and Breakers Revenge (1998). The teaser trailer shows some new character art and upscaled original 2D sprite goodness in 1080p/60fps. Details are scarce at the moment, but it's likely this compilation will feature online play and be released on Steam, PS4, Switch & XB1.

August 15th, 2019
Power Stone Producer Says He'd Love to Make New Installment, Would Be Great Fit for Nintendo Switch

In an interview with The Guardian, Capcom producer Takeshi Tezuka discussed his work on the development of Capcom's unorthodox but not forgotten "free roaming" 3D fighting series, Power Stone. After reminiscing about Power Stone's development arcades and Dreamcast back in 1999, Tezuka stated, "I still get messages from fans about the game. People tweet requests to me to make another, which I'd love to do. It would be a particularly great fit for the Nintendo Switch."

August 15th, 2019
SNK Announces Kuroko Themed Special Edition NeoGeo Mini

While we're awaiting Kuroko's playable appearance in Samurai Shodown (2019), SNK announced a brand new Special Edition Neo Geo Mini console. The fourth in the line of SamSho-themed consoles, the "Kuroko Edition" NeoGeo Mini is appropriately an "all-black" design based on the series iconic umpire. The Special Edition comes with an HDMI cable, 2 gamepads, and Kuroko themed accessories. The console also includes 7 unique games over the original International Version of the console.

August 13th, 2019
Latest HD Screenshots of Samurai Shodown Season 1's Kazuki, Basara, Shizumaru & Wan-Fu

Samurai Shodown (2019)'s first Season Pass is set to reenergize SNK's weapon-based 2D fighting game later this year with new characters and stages. SNK recently shared some high-quality HD screenshots of Season 1's newcomers, including Kazuki Kazama, Shizumaru Hisame, Basara Kubigiri, and Wan-Fu. Several of the screens show the action taking place on upcoming new stages. Shizumaru will be added to the game this September, followed by Basara and Kazuki in October & November.

August 11th, 2019
Daisuke Ishiwatari's Statement on the Direction of the New Guilty Gear

Earlier in the week, Guilty Gear director Daisuke Ishiwatari posted a statement on Twitter regarding the direction of the new Guilty Gear title set for release in 2020. "It is neither evolution nor returning to the roots of the series," he said. "What we're pursuing is a brand new experience"... "a full-frontal confrontation with the essence of the Fighting Game genre," Daisuke continued. Read Daisuke's full statement inside.

August 10th, 2019
Soul Calibur VI Cassandra Official Character Artwork / Concepts

With Cassandra Alexandra's recent debut in Soul Calibur 6, Bandai Namco has shared Cassandra's official character illustration drawn by Takuji Kawano. In addition, take a look at official concepts of Cassandra's SC6 costume design. Announced at EVO '19 alongside Cassandra, Samurai Shodown's Haohmaru is the first guest character joining SC6 Season 2. On that note, we should be seeing some official SC6 Haohmaru artwork (and screenshots) in the not so distant future...

August 9th, 2019
Jill Valentine Joins Capcom's Mobile Card Title, TEPPEN

There's no doubt that Jill Valentine is a favorite character among Resident Evil and Marvel Vs. Capcom fans alike. The iconic STARS Alpha Team heroine has joined Capcom's artistically rich iOS / Android card game, TEPPEN, in the latest update. Let's take a look at Jill's reveal trailer and some fantastic 2D artwork from TEPPEN. Old school fans will be happy to know that Jill is represented in her original Resident Evil 3: Nemesis form and attire.

August 5th, 2019
Arc System Works Announces New Guilty Gear Coming in 2020

Legendary Guilty Gear series designer and composer Daisuke Ishiwatari took the stage at EVO 2019 last night immediately following TEKKEN 7's Season 3 announcement. After telling the crowd how much he enjoyed watching T7's grand finals and Season 3 trailer, Daisuke explained the main reason he was "absent" at last year's EVO... He and the team at Arc System Works have been working on a brand new Guilty Gear fighting game! Watch the debut trailer for the new Guilty Gear inside!

August 4th, 2019
TEKKEN 7 Season 3 Announced at EVO '19, First New Characters are Zafina & Leroy, New Modes & Features

Following TEKKEN 7's grand finals at EVO 2019, Katsuhiro Harada and Michael Murray went onstage to officially announce Season 3 of TEKKEN 7. The reveal trailer shows returning TEKKEN 6 veteran, Zafina, now wielding Azazel's power within her arm. Secondly, a brand new character, Leroy Smith, will bring the legendary martial art of Wing Chun to TEKKEN for the first time in history. Season 3 will also add new moves to every character, a new stage, and new features.

August 4th, 2019
Samurai Shodown Season 2 Announced, Shizumaru & Mina Confirmed, Basara, Wan-Fu & Kazuki Gameplay

In addition to "officially" confirming The King of Fighters XV is in development, SNK dropped a new Samurai Shodown trailer at EVO '19. The trailer shows the first gameplay of DLC characters Basara, Kazuki, and Wan-Fu, and announces Shizumaru as a free DLC character coming this September. SNK's original DLC release schedule has changed, with a new character joining the roster for every remaining month in 2019! SNK also announced Season 2, with Mina Majikina the first of 4 upcoming Season 2 DLC fighters!

August 4th, 2019
Soul Calibur VI Season 2 Announced at EVO 2019, Cassandra & Samurai Shodown's Haohmaru Confirmed

Prior to the TEKKEN 7 finals at EVO 2019, Soul Calibur VI producer Motohiro Okubo took the stage to announce Season 2 of Soul Calibur VI. Cassandra, the Athenian warring maiden, will be returning to the Stage of History on August 5, 2019. Decades in the making... old school fighting game fans' dreams are coming true with Samurai Shodown's Haohmaru joining the Soul Calibur VI roster in Season 2! Haohmaru will be joined by 3 additional (unannounced) characters in Season 2's lineup.

August 4th, 2019
BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle "Version 2.0" Adds Senran Kagura, Akatsuki Blitzkampf and RWBY Characters

After the conclusion of EVO 2019's BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle grand finals, Arc System Works announced a "Version 2.0" of the crossover anime fighting game. New characters joining the fray include Yumi from Senran Kagura, Akatsuki and Blitztank from Akatsuki Blitzkampf, and Neo Politan from RWBY. The EVO '19 trailer shows the first gameplay of the new characters along with some new stage designs set to appear in BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle "Version 2.0". Five additional DLC fighters are planned for 2.0.

August 3rd, 2019
Janemba and Gogeta (SSGSS) Announced For Dragon Ball FighterZ

Following the EVO 2019 grand finals of Dragon Ball FighterZ, Arc System Works announced Janemba and Gogeta (Super Saiyan Blue) as the next DLC fighters for the title. In the reveal trailer, the main antagonist of Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn looks as amazing and vibrant as you'd expect in DBFZ's gorgeous 2.5D graphics engine. Janemba becomes playable on August 8th, while Gogeta (SSGSS)'s release date has not yet been announced.

August 3rd, 2019
Under Night In-Birth: EXE Late[cl-r] Announced for Early 2020, Londrekia Trailer

After the UNIST finals at EVO 2019, French Bread officially announced an update to their flagship 2D fighter, Under Night In-Birth: EXE Late[cl-r]. They also debuted a gameplay trailer for Londrekia, the first new character set to appear in the new version. Known as "The Frozen Fang of Eternity", Londrekia brings a wide variety of ice attacks to freeze opponents in their tracks. EXE Late[cl-r] will add "over 1000" balance changes and new moves.
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