As part of the 20th Anniversary celebration, we take a look back at of all things Virtua Fighter. From its inception in Japanese arcades back in 1993, major events, console ports, off-shoot releases, publications and media, all the way through to the present day, relive (or discover!) some key moments and milestones in Virtua Fighter's proud and illustrious history.
A new arcade version of Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown was announced today on Japan's official VF website. For several years, the arcade and console version of the game was Version A Revision 1. The announcement for Version B states that it will not be part of the ALL.NET system (aka the VF.Net online and cards system) and that further details will be released on transitioning from Version A Revision 1 to Version B. The announcement does not state any game balance changes or if any new features will be added to the game. Version B will be released in the arcades in March 2015. You can read an English translation of the announcement at Event Hubs.
Hi, folks. Are you watching this anime? Because if you enjoy Sega and really offbeat humor, you absolutely should be. It's streaming on Crunchyroll, English-subbed, as we speak, and right now subscribers can access up to the second episode which is entirely focused on VF!
This is a petition for Requesting Virtua Fighter 4: Final Tuned to be released first on either/both PS3 or XBOX360 and secondarily PS4/PC/XBOXONE, optimised for the chosen platform, with full functioning online features (room, player and ranked matches, like FS) and including the tutorial and training mode from VF4:EVO.