2 years have passed since Japan was graced with “Ryu Ga Gotoku 0” (aka Yakuza 0) in 2015.
Since then, Japan has received a total of 3 Ryu Ga Gotoku titles to enjoy on the PS4.
Only now, in 2017, have we [finally] received Yakuza 0.
A result of popular demand, for the game’s localization.
The prequel to the original PS2 beat-em-up, is Yakuza 0 a fashionably late entry?
Better late than never or…
Our first post of 2017, with something from 1988!
At 30+ hours (and counting), in both Kamurocho and Sotenbori, here’s a few minutes demonstrating success against Mr. Shakedown.
Yakuza 0 review – CHECK IT OUT!
2016 was a wild year.
Personally, I learnt alot piloting SFG, creating (only) content we felt was worth sharing, (not so) consistently…
It’s hard. Very, very hard.
BUT – I’m happy, with the few milestones we managed to achieve this year.
To remind the masses, here are some interesting statistics from SFG’s year of 2016!
Since it was discovered that you could plink in order to cancel from V-Skill to Raging Demon, I put together a quick “build-up” play above.
Starting without V-Trigger, this demonstrates practical use of the V-Skill Cancel offensively and not as a defensive punish.
Armor properties of V-Skill make it a bit better than ticking into Demon, I’d assume.
Hooray! Season 2 is upon us!
With Akuma released, I’ve decided to drop my main chickens, and focus solely on Akuma – a main of mine in SF4.
I’m sure plenty of Akuma tech has started to circulate the interwebs, but here’s something of my own.
Quick video after labbing it out since the recent Beta exploit.
FYI s.HK (on block) is -3 at least? So, it’s an unsafe meaty. heh.
Can replace it with b.HP xx Fireball or something instead.
Capcom has answered, and answered well!
Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite and the re-release of Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3
(on current gen systems) – both revealed during Capcom Cup @ Playstation Experience over the weekend.
Commemorating the recent news, I thought I’d share a little something from the archives.
One of many games recorded during our down time.
Quick unboxing of the NES Classic.
+ bonus size comparison with the original NES console.