Waking up should be a grand act full of coughing and butt scratching.
This morning included a slap to the face from Capcom’s announcement of 5
new characters for Street Fighter X Tekken, but for the Playstation3 and Vita. The character list just adds to the sting.
Kuro/Toro (Sony mascots)
Focusing on which characters matter, the men come to Street Fighter X Tekken in unconventional fighting form. Mega Man is all grown up sporting his original US box art look and proudly strutting a beer gut. Pac Man jumps into the fight riding a wooden robot and shooting out to bash enemies with his ball like body. Sure people who own Sony products have the other two, or three, but who really cares. Cole doesn’t have anime eyes and suffering from girl problems and the cats aren’t drunk. Why would this grand news leave a mark on my face? I own a 360. Microsoft, if you are not going to give me a real Metal Gear to play least at least make Mega “Gut” Man a playable character. Even as DLC, Please?
Quote From Florian Smolka “This is a university video-project made by “Game Design”-students from munich.
Done in a single-shot fashion…well almost single shot =)
The film covers different eras of the video-game history.
Took us a week to organise the various props (controllers, monitors. lighting, camera, etc.), two whole days to film and several days of postproduction.
It isn’t perfect, but hopefully fun to watch nevertheless ,)”
G Gundam was one of the first series I ever watched, and was one of the reasons I fell in love with anime. G Gundam was created in 1994 to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the franchise. This anime is very different from the other Gundam series, which has caused it to be some what shunned by the Otaku’s of the series. The show takes place in “Future Century”, a war that is fought in which a fighting tournament is held every four years between the space colonies. Each country sends a representative Gundam Fighter to fight on Earth until one is left, and the winning nation earns the right to govern over the colonies for the next four years. G Gundam follows Neo-Japan’s fighter Domon Kasshu during the 13th Gundam Fight. He is in the fight both to win and to track down his brother, who had stolen a mysterious Gundam—the Devil Gundam (Dark Gundam in the American version)—from the Neo-Japan government. An English version was aired on Cartoon Network’s Toonami block from August 5, 2002 to more »
Excerpt from dispatch.com ”
Only days ago, he was a homeless beggar who spent days holding a cardboard sign and nights sleeping in a makeshift tent behind an abandoned gas station.
This morning, he’s in New York for an appearance on the Today show, suddenly famous after millions of people worldwide heard the former radio employee’s “golden voice” in an online video.
“I feel like Susan Boyle,” Williams, 53, said yesterday. “Or Justin Bieber.
“It’s almost choking me.”
At a North Side highway exit ramp last month, Dispatch videographer Doral Chenoweth III shot a video of Williams demonstrating what his sign described as his “God-given gift of voice.”
Posted on Dispatch.com on Monday and then uploaded to YouTube, the video has since attracted almost 8.5 million views and yielded for Williams numerous interview requests, as well as potential job offers from the likes of MTV, ESPN and the National Football League.
Yesterday, Williams told Fox 8 in Cleveland that he plans to take a gig with the Cleveland Cavaliers, which offered him full-time announcing work and a house.”