Monday, July 21, 2008

Capcom May Be Bringing It Back!

This is some exciting news for me, and i'm sure for plenty of you fighting-game lovers. As a follow-up to my recent post on SF IV, I just found out today that Capcom has a new VS series in development, and is giving it's first beta test run to the geeks at the upcoming Evo in Vegas. Evo is the largest fighting-game tournament in the world. The title of this new mystery game is called Tatsunoko vs. Capcom, and it's supposed to follow the famous Marvel Vs. Capcom fighting style. Tatsunoko is a Japanese Animation company who created characters like: speed racer, samurai pizza cats, and more. Check out the images via the comic book page flipper on the site. I really hope this does come out, it'll bring back some childlife joy I miss so very much.
what would this post be without a video! :)

Source: Shoryuken + Gamespot


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