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November 26th, 2015
King of Fighters XIV Graphics Comparison Video Shows Improvements in Latest Trailer

If you checked out the third KOF XIV teaser trailer a few days ago, you may or may not have noticed a " slight yet significant" improvement in the visuals, namely the character models. Fun Fact: Kyo's hair is actually brown now. ATRyoSakazaki is back with another solid comparison video which provides an up-close look at said improvements. Definitely worth a watch!

November 25th, 2015
Steam & PSN Offering 50-70% Fighting Game Discounts

If you're looking to grow your fighting game library on Steam or PS4, there are quite a few fighting game discounts you might want to check out right now. PSN is offering massive 70% discounts on GGXrd -SIGN- & Blazblue CP Extend, and 30% off Ultra SF4. Steam is also offering discounts of a long list of old (and new) fighting games that may be of interest to you!

November 25th, 2015
M. Bison, Pyron, Black Hayato & Ingrid Join Project X Zone 2, New Character Artwork

Project X Zone 2: Brave New World was released on November 12th in Japan, while the North American & European versions will launch on February 16th & 19th, respectively. Of course, the only reason TFG is covering this "Tactical RPG" crossover is due the the plethora of fighting game characters that make an appearance. Without further ado, check out new character artwork for M. Bison, Pyron, B. Hayato and Ingrid.

November 24th, 2015
Yoshinori Ono Discusses Lack of Street Fighter V Arcade Version,
Lifespan & More With Eurogamer

Capcom's Yoshinori Ono recently spoke with Eurogamer about Street Fighter V. Topics include the projected lifespan of the new series, and why an arcade version isn't planned. For starters, Ono confirmed that Capcom's goal is to meet SFIV's lifespan and success with SFV. "Simple math suggests it'd take five years to get to the roster of [Ultra] Street Fighter 4, and we want to keep the game going for that amount of time."

November 24th, 2015
Third KOF XIV Teaser Trailer Reveals Andy Bogard

SNK Playmore just released the third teaser trailer for The King of Fighters XIV. This one confirms Andy Bogard as playable, showing off some new gameplay footage. In early December, we'll get any even better look at KOF XIV, as the first playable demo will make its debut at Sony's Playstation Experience (Dec. 5th-6th).

November 22nd, 2015
Definitive Remastered Street Fighter 2 Soundtrack Available Now

Street Fighter 2 not only paved the way for competitive gameplay mechanics, but memorable video game music as well. Composer Yoko Shimomura cleanly took the CPS-1 & CPS-2 audio files straight from SF2's arcade board and remastered them, providing the "perfect" SF2 soundtrack for fans of the iconic series. If you're interested in picking this up, there are several versions to choose from, both digital and physical copies. Listen to some samples and order your copy here!

November 20th, 2015
Capcom Confirms Eventual "Second Wave" of DLC Fighters for Street Fighter V in Gamespot Interview

Capcom promised early on that Street Fighter V (as a series) is planned to have a long lifespan, and players will "only have to purchase one disk" to enjoy new content once it's released. Capcom's Matt Dahlgren reaffirmed this in a recent interview with Gamespot, replying "Yes" when asked if a second wave of DLC is planned after the first 6 DLC fighters are added to the launch roster. If you did the math, that means SFV will have "over 22" fighters, at least.

November 19th, 2015
Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR- Coming to North America in Spring 2016 on PS4/PS3

Back in September, it was announced that Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR- would be coming to PS4 in Japan next Spring. Arc System Works just announced that Spring 2016 is also the release date for the North American version, planned for release on PS4 and PS3. As you probably know... Johnny, Jam Kuradoberi & Jack-O will be added to the roster. Dizzy also won the recent character popularity poll, so she's "expected" to join the console version as well.

November 18th, 2015
"Nine" Confirmed Playable in Blazblue: Central Fiction, First Gameplay Trailer & Screenshots

The latest issue of Famitsu confirmed the third new character for Blazblue: Central Fiction, Nine! Also known as Konoe A. Mercury, Nine has appeared in Blazblue lore for quite some time, as one of the legendary "Six Heroes". Central Fiction launches in Japanese arcades on Nov. 19th, but Nine will become playable sometime in December. [UPDATE] Arc System Works released a gameplay trailer and the first screenshots of Nine!

November 16th, 2015
Stuntman Eric Jacobus Performs Bob, Lei Wulong & Hwoarang Tekken Tag 2 Movelists in Real Life

For most of last week, TFG's Video of the Moment was an amazing martial arts demonstration by stuntman Eric Jacobus, who performed much of Hwoarang's Tekken Tag Tournament 2 movelist in real life. Today, Eric uploaded a new video of himself, this time channeling the Drunken Master, Lei Wulong. Needless to say, his Drunken Kung Fu is just as impressive as his TaeKwonDo skills. Also don't miss his "Kicktionary" video where he demos 200+ kicks!

November 14th, 2015
Blazblue: Central Fiction Hits Japan Arcades Nov. 19th, Opening Movie, New Gameplay Video & Details

With the upcoming release of Blazblue: Central Fiction in Japanese arcades (November 19th), Famitsu put together a new video showing a few of the game's new features. Famitsu also reported on some other fun facts about the game, such as: The new character artwork is done by Yuki Kato, Central Fiction's story content will be 3 times the size of Chrono Phantasma, each character will have new and unique moves.

November 12th, 2015
POKKEN Tournament Coming to Wii U in Spring 2016, Cloud Strife Joins Super Smash Bros

Nintendo Direct made some big announcements today, two of which concerning some high profile "almost" fighting games that might interest you. ;) For starters, Final Fantasy VII's iconic protagonist, Cloud Strife, will be the next playable guest character in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. Check out his epic reveal trailer. Secondly, Bandai Namco confirmed that the Wii U version of POKKEN Tournament is coming to the West in Spring 2016.

November 11th, 2015
SFV Dhalsim Gameplay & Moveset Breakdown

Vesper Arcade just released an ultra-informative video breakdown on Dhalsim in Street Fighter V. This 15-minute video runs through Dhalsim's movement, normal attacks, specials, V-Skill & V-Trigger, featuring helpful commentary on gameplay strategies along the way. Whether you're looking forward to playing as Dhalsim in SFV, or just want to do your homework on how to fight against him, this video walkthrough is a must watch. 

November 11th, 2015
Pop Culture Shock SFV Cammy Statue Preview, Pre-orders Now Open

Pop Culture Shock Toys just opened up pre-orders for their latest 1:4 scale "ultra" detailed Street Fighter statue, Cammy (based on her SFV appearance)! There will be 4 versions of the PCS Cammy statue. The basic version runs $410, while alt. color versions (with interchangeable faces) range from $415-$421. The estimated release date for this statue is Sept. 30th, 2016. Check out some preview images of the Cammy statue, along with other upcoming PCS Street Fighter statues, Oro & Vega.

November 10th, 2015
The Fighters Generation is Now on Instagram!

TFG Webmaster here... You might've noticed a new social media icon at the top left. After much deliberation, I've decided to open up a TFG Instagram profile! For starters, I'll be posting new (and older) items from TFG's Showroom & Shop, along with "random" and interesting fighting game images that end up on my phone. ;) You'll also get to know yours truly a little better, as I'll be posting some personal pics and eventually, videos as well. So FOLLOW! And enjoy the show.

November 9th, 2015
Suggestive R. Mika & Cammy Poses "Censored" in Latest Street Fighter V Build 

As SFV is still in beta form, many changes before the final version are to be expected. The latest visual alterations making waves around the internets are "toned down" camera angles of R. Mika's Critical Art & Cammy's Intro in the latest build. R. Mika's comical (yet risque) "self butt slap" before her critical art can no longer be seen in the frame, and Cammy's intro no longer provides a shameless crotch shot.

November 8th, 2015
Skullgirls: 2nd Encore Devs "Grossly Underestimated" The Amount of Work Required For Vita Port 

Skullgirls: 2nd Encore developers, Lab Zero, originally planned for the title to be released on PS4 & PS Vita this past July. Only the PS4 version arrived on time, as the PS Vita port is still undergoing optimization. The reason for this, as explained by Lab Zero's Earl Gertwagen, is that they "grossly underestimated" how much work was required to bring the Vita version up to optimization standards.

November 6th, 2015
King of Fighters XIV VS King of Fighters XIII Combo / Animation Comparison Video

A Youtuber by the name of ATRyoSakazaki put together a very interesting comparison video of King of Fighters XIV "versus" King of Fighters XIII. Using footage from the second KOF XIV teaser trailer, he performed the same combos in KOF XIII while providing an ultra-convenient side by side comparison. As you can see while watching the video, the speed and animation of moves and combos (by Kyo & Leona in this example) are more similar than you might've originally thought!

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