ScrewAttack’s Death Battle: “Goku vs Superman” – Fight!!!

[EN]: The fight many people have been waiting for is now on. After a delay in the animation that was supposed to make its debut on Dec. 21, 2012, the match between Goku and Superman can now be seen on ScrewAttack.com’s Death Battle. I’m sure you want to know who wins, so watch it.

[ES]: La pelea que mucha gente ha estado esperando está aquí en adelante. Después de un retraso en la animación que se suponía que debía hacer su debut el 21 de diciembre de 2012, el encuentro entre Goku y Superman se puede ver ahora en Death Battle de ScrewAttack.com. Estoy seguro de que quieren saber quién gana, así que véanlo.

EA/Bioware: “Mass Effect 3″ – ‘Fight’ Live-Action Trailer

Source/Fuente: GameInformer @ YouTube.

Capcom: “Ulltimate Marvel vs Capcom 3″ – Maximillian ‘Assist Me’ – Vergil & Nova

Source/Fuente: Capcom.

Phoenix Wright to Amaterasu: “Take that!” ?!

[English]

I feel like Amaterasu didn’t do anything wrong. I mean, Amaterasu [天照] is a sun goddess and has no need to steal material things that Phoenix Wright convicts her of. Though it’s nice to say “guilty!” and “take that!” to evil characters, seeing Amaterasu’s culpability makes me feel somewhat sad, plus something to laugh about at the same time.

I do agree with MynamesnotSteve100’s comment on YouTube: “only phoenix wright can convict a wolf goddess with only a watch, cellphone, and vase.”

But I think Phoenix Wright is playing either smart… or dirty on this one. Poor Amaterasu :(

[Español]

Me siento como que Amaterasu no hizo nada malo. Quiero decir, Amaterasu [天 照] es una diosa del sol y no tiene necesidad de robar cosas materiales de las que Phoenix Wright le culpa.  Aunque es bueno decir “¡culpable!” y “¡toma esto!” a personajes malvados, ver la culpabilidad de Amaterasu me hace sentir algo triste, además de algo de que reirme a la vez.

Sí estoy de acuerdo con el comentario de MynamesnotSteve100 en YouTube: “sólo phoenix wright puede condenar a una diosa lobo con sólo un reloj, teléfono celular, y un florero”.

Pero creo que Phoenix Wright está jugando de manera inteligente… o sucia en este caso. Pobre Amaterasu : (

[Video]

Capcom/Namco Bandai: “Street Fighter x Tekken” Trailers – 2011.04.12

Cinematic Trailer

‘Tekken’Trailer

‘Street Fighter’ Trailer

Gameplay Trailer

Source/Fuente: Capcom.

Fight!: Tekken’s Katsuhiro Harada x Street Fighter’s Yoshinori Ono @ GamesCom

From/De: Namco Bandai Games Europe

THE GIANTS OF FIGHTING COME FACE TO FACE AT GAMESCOM FOR ‘TEKKEN X STREET FIGHTER’

TEKKEN’s Katsuhiro Harada and Street Fighter’s Yoshinori Ono to Clash in a Public Spectacle at GamesCom in Cologne, Germany, Thursday 19th August Compete in Live On-stage Tournament, Adjudicated by Two Fight Game Greats


CERGY-PONTOISE, FRANCE – 5 August 2010 – This is one fight you do not want to miss. In the red corner, the unbeaten champion of NAMCO BANDAI Games Inc., TEKKENTM series director Katsuhiro Harada, fresh from the knock-out victory of TEKKEN 6. In the blue corner, Capcom’s own fight hero, Street FighterTM series producer Yoshinoro Ono. Sparks will fly as they come face to face for a deadly TEKKEN X Street Fighter duel between fight game greats at this year’s vast GamesCom event in Cologne, Germany.

Open to everyone, the epic bout will take place at 14:00 on Thursday 19th August in Konrad-Adenauer-Saal of the Kölnmesse. Fans will not only witness the first devastating blows in what will be an ongoing battle to settle the greatest fight game beef of all time, but they will also get the chance to compete in an on-stage tournament under the gaze of video game fighting’s greatest luminaries. Everyone who attends the event will walk away with exclusive TEKKEN X Street Fighter goodies, with special prizes for the tournament victors.

Don’t miss this incredible chance to see history unfold before your very eyes, and become a part of it yourself in the presence of the men who make it all happen. Eight competitors will be picked up randomly by Harada-San and Ono-San in the audience and will compete against each other along with six TEKKENTM6 and six Super Street Fighter 4TM community members. They will all have the chance to receive special prizes given by the two video game legends.

“Our gathering of Street Fighter fans at the special occasion of ComiCon in San Diego was marred when Harada pathetically attempted to bribe everyone present with free copies of his games.” said Yoshinori Ono, Street Fighter Series Producer, Capcom. “Capcom, however, is an honorable company. We don’t just crash other companies’ events. So I’ve properly notified in advance that I will participate in the TEKKEN fan event planned for GamesCom. Since it is by invitation of the TEKKEN team, I expect Harada to have various underhanded surprises planned. Knowing this, I still plan to participate in the event while overcoming any obstacles he may have planned so that I can show them what a real fighting game is all about. I’ll also take with me the shaving oil I received from Hakan and the shaving razor from Vega so that I can erase that overgrown beard of Harada’s, exposing that baby face to go with his childish actions. It should turn out to be a great party!”

“After releasing Street Fighter III: Third Strike in 1999, Ono disappeared from the fighting game scene. Even though there were many requests for a sequel from fighting game fans, and even veteran fighting game developers like myself, Ono, Ryu, Chun Li, and crew failed to show their faces for 10 years”. said Katsuhiro Harada, TEKKEN Series Director at Namco Bandai Games Inc.“When they do finally show after a blank of 10 years, they don’t even bother to say a few words to the Mishima Zaibatsu, who helped maintain the fighting game scene for the 10 years they were gone. Not only that, they flee Japan to have their little gathering of fanboys at ComiCon in San Diego. So I made a sudden appearance at their little event, handed out a few free games to gain favor, and delivered a challenge to Ono. Unfortunately, we weren’t able to settle things at ComiCon but I’ll face him again this time in Europe – at Cologne! Blows are exchanged in place of civilities – that’s how it’s done at the Mishima Zaibatsu. ”

TEKKEN X Street Fighter will invite Street FighterTM characters into the TEKKEN universe for the very first time, each one receiving a TEKKEN visual makeover while keeping their fighting style and special moves fully intact. Once there, players will discover for themselves whether they’re really a match for the deadly power of the TEKKEN alumni.

TEKKEN is one of the world’s most popular and well-known gaming brands with 15 years of hard-hitting history and more than 39 million units shipped globally to date, including over 3 million copies of TEKKEN 6.

For those who just can’t wait, the best fighting game on the planet, TEKKEN 6, is available now for PlayStation®3, Xbox 360® and PSP®(PlayStation®Portable), packed with ferocious new features and electrifying King of Iron Fist fight action.

Look out for updates on www.tekken.com and join the TEKKEN fan community at www.facebook.com/tekken and on Twitter http://twitter.com/Harada_TEKKEN / http://twitter.com/tekkenbob

About NAMCO BANDAI Games Europe:
NAMCO BANDAI Games Europe S.A.S. is a leading software publisher producing a broad catalogue of high quality interactive entertainment for console and PC gaming platforms and online which is marketed and sold in 50 countries across Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Australasia. The company is a part of the NAMCO BANDAI group of companies known for creating and publishing many of the industry’s top video game franchises including TekkenTM, Dragon Ball®, NarutoTM, SOULCALIBURTM, One PieceTM, RidgeRacerTM, Ace CombatTM and TamagotchiTM.
TEKKENTM & © NAMCO BANDAI Games Inc.
©CAPCOM U.S.A., INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

“PlayStation” and the “PS” Family logo are registered trademarks of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.
Xbox, Xbox 360, and Xbox Live are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
© 2010 NAMCO BANDAI Games Europe S.A.S.
All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

Streetlight Films: “Street Fighter: Legacy” – “Hair & Make up” & “Training for the fights”

“Street Fighter: Legacy” – “Hair & Make up”

“Street Fighter: Legacy” – “Training for the fights”

Source/Fuente: YouTube: StreetFighterLegacy’s Channel [http://www.youtube.com/user/streetfighterlegacy].