Sega Reveals "Definitive Version" Of Virtua Fighter 5
Hey, remember Virtua Fighter? It was a damn good fighting franchise...heck, still is.
Virtua Fighter 5 came out for the PlayStation 3 in early 2007 and now, fighting aficionados can play the definitive version of the game next summer. Sega has announced Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown, which is described as a "standalone downloadable title." It boasts new modes, arenas, and customizable character items, along with two extra fighters for the roster. We'll get sum wrestler Taka-Arashi (from VF3) and the debut of Jean Kujo.
Sega will also deliver online multiplayer action for both the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of Final Showdown, and "little to no latency" for online matches. But if you'd rather play solo, the game will offer a new single-player mode that pits you against "an army of opponents." Yeah, the digital world continues to advance but this is great news, right? I'm not a big fighting fan so I'm assuming it's great news.
Related Game(s): Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown
8/23/2011 9:04:59 PM Ben Dutka