Welcome to Fighter’s Corner where This week we talk new Guilty Gear updates, an indie fighter weve been starving for Cereal killaz, and Sega teases Virtua fighter.
My name is Fredie and I love fighting, fighting games that is .
Ready? Set, FIGHT!
Round 1: We are getting more Guilty Gear news and Gameplay as early as next week.
Arc System Works announced they will be holding an event Guilty Gear Official Live Stream: Latest Information Extra-Large Special They said that a display of their new trailer will debut, a live Developer’s Backyard Q-and-A sessions with the developers. We will see exhibition matches and more. The stream will take place October 11 at 11 a.m. JST which means Oct.10 at 7 p.m. PST for those of us in the West.
Round 2: Sega Teases a new Virtua Fighter and I can’t wait!!
At Tokyo Games Show 2020 Sega announced that is working on a new Virtua Fighter project. Sega hasn’t revealed whether it is will be called Virtua Fighter 6 or will have a different name altogether, but the teaser does state “Virtua Fighter x esports.” Apart from that, the teaser doesn’t reveal much and mostly showcases clips from past Virtua Fighter tournaments.
Round 3: The battle for the breakfast table is a welcomed one with Cereal Killaz
PCinvasion has brought to our attention Cereal. Killaz, a 2-D fighting game inspired by Marvel VS. Capcom 2 That will pit against exaggerated anime versions of familiar cereal box mascots. The crowdfunding campaign for Cereal Killaz will go live at Indiegogo on October 15 according to the game’s official Twitter page.
The campaign will launch with a small demo. The demo will feature two characters. Terror T, which is Tony the Tiger if he trained with Zangief and McLucky, the Lucky Charms mascot from hell. Read the full story at PC Invasion.
That’s all the hits for today and I hope we can meet up again in the ring as I bring you opinions thoughts and your weekly fighting game news Till next time, keep fighting my friends. and don’t forget to read all the great articles on LV1Gaming
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