Capcom looked to redeem itself and wow the crowd in this year's PlayStation Experience (PSX) at the Anaheim Convention Center with two major reveals: First, a much-awaited character is finally making his return in Street Fighter V, and second, a new installment to the Marvel vs. Capcom series is going to be released next year!
The latest trailer of SNK Playmore's The King of Fighters IV was revealed at the PlayStation Experience event in San Francisco, CA last weekend.
The trailer reveals that 16 three-man teams are in the game, composed of 50 fighters. Kyo Kusanagi, Iori Yagami, Leona Heidern and Chang Koehan are now joined by Andy Bogard, Billy Kane, Ralf Jones, King, Angel and Kula Diamond.
A new story arc is also going to be introduced in the game.
Check out KOFXIV's PSX 2015 trailer below.
The game will be released exclusively for the PlayStation 4 at a still unannounced date in 2016.
Here comes a new challenger in Street Fighter V: F.A.N.G.
Introduced at the PlayStation Experience event in San Francisco, CA, F.A.N.G is the self-proclaimed second-in-command of Shadaloo. He introduces a gameplay mechanic new to the series: poison.
His V-Skill, Nishidoku, is a slow-moving poison projectile that damages opponents who come into contact with it. In his V-Trigger, Dokunomu, F.A.N.G releases a cloud of poison around his body, defending himself while at the same time damaging opponents who come close to him.
Check out his gameplay trailer below.
Square Enix revealed a short gameplay trailer of Final Fantasy VII Remake for the PlayStation 4 at the PlayStation Experience event in San Francisco, CA last weekend.
According to the official press release, the much-anticipated remake of the classic hit RPG will be "told across a multi-part series, with each entry providing its own unique experience." There is still no detail on when the first part of the episodic videogame remake will be released.
Check out the trailer below featuring the opening act of the original game in modern graphics and storytelling.
Recalling last year's PSX, game producer Shinji Hashimoto announced that FFVII will return on the PS4, much to the delight of the roaring audience. That elation turned into disappointment when the return only meant a PS4 port of the PC version of the game. Now, this remake looks to make up for last year's terrible trolling, but now concerns arise from gamers as regards the fact that the remake will be released episodically.
I'll keep posted on new details of this much awaited remake.