5/15/20
9:55 AM
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Guilty Gear Strive won’t come out this year after all. The anime fighter has been delayed until early 2021 due to, you guessed it, the ongoing covid-19 pandemic. Producer Takeshi Yamanaka said the delay will be used to improve the game based on feedback from the recent closed beta.

2/5/20
10:50 AM
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The Double Dragon & Kunio-kun Retro Brawler Bundle hits Switch, PS4, and PC on February 20. That’s a lot of words and even more games with the bundle containing three Double Dragon games and 15 Kunio-kun games (think River City Ransom), 11 of which are being localized for the first time.

11/7/19
12:45 PM
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Players who own Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[st] will be able to upgrade to Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[cl-r] for free when the game lands on PlayStation 4 next year. The announcement mentions that there will still be some DLC charges involved, but the balance changes won’t require any additional purchases.

12/17/18
6:30 AM
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The characters of Granblue Fantasy will duke it out next year in an Arc System Works-developed PS4 game. It’s called Granblue Fantasy Versus. Check out the game’s English language site here.

5/14/18
3:15 PM
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Arc System Works is working on porting Guilty Gear to Switch, PS4, and PC. The studio announced the news during a live stream earlier today. Guilty Gear originally came out on PS1 20 years ago, but hasn’t been available in North America since. Currently, there’s no release date set.

4/24/18
7:30 AM
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Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R is in development for the Nintendo Switch! The game, an updated version of Guilty Gear XX, hit Japanese arcades in 2012 before getting before getting a PS Vita, PS3, Xbox 360 and PC release. Expect more details, such as a release window, at a later date.

2/22/18
10:20 AM
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Fixes for Dragon Ball FighterZ’ connectivity issues are coming. In a video released today, producer Tomoko Hiroki laid out plans for one patch late this month that “might not fix everything,” and another in mid to late March. The plan is to “gradually resolve the issue.” That is certainly a plan.

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