Bayonetta. Virtua Fighter 5. Vanquish. These are all Sega games that must receive PC ports, according to a petition born out of a Twitter campaign from last December.
Sega keeps Virtua Fighter alive (in Japan at least) with yet another update to the seminal 3D fighting game. What does Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown Version A bring to the beat 'em up? Dural, maybe?
Sega is letting the Virtua Fighter faithful update their friends and foes on their fighting game accomplishments, 140 characters or less at a time, with something new for arcades—Twitter support in Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown.
It's still March 31 by the official Kotaku calendar, but it's April Fools' Day in Japan, something you should take into consideration while watching Sega's new trailer for Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown, its latest fighting game update.
Update your Virtua Fighter 5R petitions—specifically this one—fighting game fans, because Sega has one more version of its Virtua Fighter franchise prepped for Japanese arcades. Meet Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown.